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The U.S. leaders sit in the President's villa in Casablanca for a meeting with the British. Left to right, seated: Chief of Staff General George C. Marshall, President Franklin D. Roosevelt, Admiral E.J. King. Rear: Harry Hopkins, U.S. Army Lieutenant General Brehon Somervell, an Army Commanding General, and Averell Harriman.

The U.S. leaders sit in the President's villa in Casablanca for a meeting with the British. Left to right, seated: Chief of Staff General George C. Marshall, President Franklin D. Roosevelt, Admiral E.J. King. Rear: Harry Hopkins, U.S. Army Lieutenant General Brehon Somervell, an Army Commanding General, and Averell Harriman.

Teddy Roosevelt Fun Fact:   Teddy was the last President to carry a holstered sidearm while in office as part of his daily attire.

Teddy Roosevelt Fun Fact: Teddy was the last President to carry a holstered sidearm while in office as part of his daily attire.( All facts about Teddy Roosevelt are fun.

Dec. 8, 1941. The U.S. enters World War II as it declares war on Japan, a day after the attack on Pearl Harbor.

United States President Franklin D. Roosevelt signing the declaration of war against Germany, marking US entry into World War II in Europe. Senator Tom Connally stands by holding a watch to fix the exact time of the declaration. Date: 11 December 1941

ERNST LEITZ, PHILLIP REIS and ALEXANDER GRAHAM BELL

ERNST LEITZ, PHILLIP REIS and ALEXANDER GRAHAM BELL

Frame and hang portraits in school room. Alexander Graham Bell An eminent scientist, inventor, engineer and innovator who is credited with inventing the first practical telephone. Date: Photographer: Unknown – Print from Library of Congress.

The Gullah trace their heritage directly to the skilled rice farmers of Sierra Leone, West Africa. They were enslaved for these skills and forced to work on rice plantations in South Carolina, Georgia and Florida. The swampy conditions made it uncomfortable for the plantation owners so they left the Gullah people mostly unattended. The isolation allowed Gullah dialect, customs and art to survive undiluted for 100 years. One of the hallmark's of Gullah culture is sweet grass basket "sewing."

The Gullah trace their heritage directly to the skilled rice farmers of Sierra Leone, West Africa. The Gullah dialect, customs and art survived undiluted for 100 years. One of the hallmark's of Gullah culture is sweet grass basket "sewing.

john ford,  director: John Ford: The Searchers, The Grapes of Wrath, The Quiet Man, Stagecoach, How Green Was My Valley, The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance.

Famed director John Ford in WWII, when he shot his documentary on the Japanese attack on Midway Island.

The basic WW2 US Infantryman uniform. He wears the M41 jacket and HBT trousers over his M1937 wool trousers. Photo courtesy of 'At the Front Militaria'

The basic US Infantryman uniform. He wears the jacket and HBT trousers over his wool trousers. Photo courtesy of 'At the Front Militaria'

“When American troops liberated prisoners in the Dachau concentration camp, Germany, in 1945, many German SS guards were killed by the prisoners who then threw their bodies into the moat surrounding the camp.” (AP)

When American troops liberated prisoners in the Dachau concentration camp, Germany, in many German SS guards were killed by the prisoners who then threw their bodies into the moat surrounding the camp. World War II: The Holocaust - In Focus - The Atlantic

t published in LIFE. (later General) George S. Patton in North Africa during WWII, 1943

Le seul général américain à débarquer le jour du D-Day était le général de brigade Theodore Roosevelt, Jr, commandant adjoint de la 4ème Division US qui débarqua à Utah Beach.

Brigadier General Theodore Roosevelt, Jr and his "Rough Rider" jeep in Italy, January

Generals Patton & Eisenhower with FDR, Sicily 1943

Franklin Roosevelt with Dwight Eisenhower at Castelvetrano Airport in Sicily, Italy, after the conferences at Tehran and Cairo, 8 Dec note Patton in background

<strong>Caption from LIFE.</strong> "Bespattered with blood and oil after strafing attack by nine Me-109s [Messerschmitts] on first day of battle, a wounded half-track gunner vainly tries to swallow a sulfa tablet. Attending officer subsequently flushed it down his throat with water. Three other men on the half-track were killed."

LIFE in WWII: Rare and Classic Photos From North Africa, 1943

A US medic helps a wounded half track gunner swallow a sulfa tablet before treating the wounds he sustained during the battle for control of the Sened area, March 1943

Edgar Allan Poe

Victorian Medical Student Cigarette Case Business Card Case Wallet Cabinet Card of Doctor Medical Student Holding Skull with Skeleton Bones

Lyndon B Johnson

Lyndon B. Johnson, left, the president of the United States, is seen with his vice president, Hubert Humphrey

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