Squadron Leader Douglas Bader, CO of No. 242 Squadron, seated on his Hawker Hurricane at Duxford, September 1940.
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Burial at sea aboard USS Hancock for those killed by Japanese special attack two days prior, off Okinawa, Japan, 9 Apr 1945
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A Soldier, Carmel, 1943 - by Johan Hagemeyer
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Arming a Hawker Sea Hurricane fighter on board HMS Indomitable. Operation Pedestal, 12th AUGUST 1942
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German Soldiers of the German Mortar Detachment in the Battle for Stalingrad August 1942
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Troop 446 Boy Scouts meeting in the community center of the Ida B. Wells Housing Project, Chicago, 1942
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Greenbelt Swimmers, Summer 1942, Maryland, United States by Majory Collins
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The Golden Arrow on a salt flat. 1929
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Pauline Cushman, actress and a spy for the Union in the Civil War. Made brevet Major by President Lincoln for her efforts in the war. 1865.
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The original glass plate is captioned 'Louis'. Photographed in near a German prisoner war camp in Douchy, France sometime in 1916.
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Texas cowboys having a chuck wagon lunch during a cattle roundup in 1900
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The daughters of a Prussian Garde-Landwehr officer pose happily with their fathers helmet and sword during the hot summer days in July 1914.
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Listen to what she has to say — British Suffragette Emmeline Pankhurst addressing crowd on Wall Street, New York in 1911
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WW1 Sniper with 121 kills, Gefreiter (corporal) Herrnreiter, a former poacher with an extensive civilian criminal record, once known as the best shot of the Bavarian Army, who was decorated with the coveted Bavarian Golden Military Merit Medal in January 1915
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Crow Native Americans watching the rodeo at Crow fair in Montana, 1941
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Two fashionable women in Washington D.C. 1927
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This is the first photo I restored from a series taken by Alberto Henschel in Brazil before the slavery-abolition law in 1888.
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Mark Twain, 1883.
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3 surviving crew members of RMS Titanic, prepared to give witness statements to the US Senate inquiry in 1912
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The Bluebird-Proteus CN7 is a gas turbine-powered vehicle that was driven by Donald Campbell and achieved the world land speed record on Lake Eyre in Australia on 17 July 1964.
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The March on Washington, August 28th, 1963
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Boeing Model 314A 'Clipper', G-AGCA "Berwick", of BOAC, lands on Lagos Lagoon, Nigeria, for moorings at the West African flying boat terminal at Iquoi c.1945
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10th Armored Division United States in the German city of Saarburg. February 22, 1945.In the foreground, an abandoned German 75-mm anti-tank gun PaK 40.
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Norman Rockwell (1894-1978) Marriage Counselor, 1963 Reference Photo.
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Henry Ford in his 1896 Quadricycle during a visit to Detroit - July 30, 1942
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Albert Einstein wearing his Levi's "Menlo Cossack" leather jacket - 1938
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"The youngest American to be sentenced to death and executed" - George Junius Stinney Jr. - 1944
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Happy International Cat Day! To celebrate, here's some colorized versions of Harry Frees' Cats Pictures from 1914.
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Offiziersstellvertreter Edmund Nathanael (18 December 1889 – 11 May 1917) was a World War I flying ace credited with 15 aerial victories.
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Otto von Bismarck died on this day in 1898.
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