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World War II
D Day Normandy
D Day Landings
World War Two
Remarkable: The temporary harbour (pictured in 1944) was Churchill's brainchild and allowed troop, vehicles, weapons and supplies to be brought into France with ease
Kids Eating Watermelon 1910 Posters
Kids Eating Watermelon 1910 Poster
World War Ii
Pipe lines being laid ashore at Port-en-Bessin. Note the battered German pillbox in the background.
Battle Of Normandy
The shore end of the floating causeway at Arromanches.
Battle Of Britain
D Day Invasion
The Longest Journey
Engineers at work on the roadway leading to the Mulberry artificial harbour at Arromanches, 14 June 1944.
View from the cliffs at Arromanches of the official ceremony of commemoration taking place on the beach.
Peaky Blinders Season
British Prime Ministers
British Army Uniform
The Empire Strikes Back
M10 Tank Destroyer
A U.S. Army soldier came up with a solution that bears his name, the Culin hedgerow cutter. Steel in the form of sharp spikes was fitted to the front of armored vehicle.
1944 - German sniper, captured in St. Mere Eglise, rides off to captivity on the front bumper of a jeep.
101st Airborne Division
Band Of Brothers
Private Ware applies last second war paint to Private Plaudo in England, June 1944 (Image)
German Soldiers Ww2
American Troops Wading Ashore from Landing Craft During the Invasion of Salerno, March 27, 1944 by George Rodger
The cover of LIFE Magazine features a photograph of an American soldier helping a wounded fellow soldier walk from the front lines during the campaign to take Rome, July 3, 1944. Pin by Paolo Marzioli
George Smith Patton Jr was born on the 11th November, 1885, into a family with a long record of military service. He saw action in the Pancho Villa Expedi
Old Fashioned Love
Heart-Meltingly Romantic Photos Of Wartime Farewells Lead The Afternoon Links
Funny Vintage Ads
That wink totally says loose / 16 Weird WWII Propaganda Posters To Remind You That Women Are Diseased Sluts (via BuzzFeed)
Women In History
25 Historical Pictures Of Women Who Had The Ovaries To Take On Life
First Indochina War
The Good Old Days
Robert Capa A French boy eating chocolate given to him by American soldiers, 1944
A U.S. soldier shares his binoculars with three girls after the liberation of Normandy, WWII, 1944
Operation Market Garden
These dapper British Paras pose for a photo op somewhere in Holland during Operation Market Garden.