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World War II History May 18
An propaganda poster, 1943. "THIS IS THE ENEMY"
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$$$Edub$$$ May 18
Veterans coming through show some love ❤️
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Compendium Historia May 15
The story of Private Robert 'Bobby' Johns who signed up at 14 and was killed during the D-Day landings aged just 16 -
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Sputnik May 23
US firm issues souvenir coin to honour allies' victory without
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Reverend Bob 12h
God Bless all of our soldiers this I always think of my dad as a 16 year old serving in the Philippines in
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WWII Diary, B-17 4h
On the lead up to D-Day, the 8th suffers these losses. May 24, 1944 - 33 bombers and 10 fighters go down. May 27, another 24 bombers and 7 fighters are lost. May 28 32 bomber and 9 fighters are lost May 29 34 bombers and 10 fighters are lost:.
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Son of Sandor 37m
Replying to @Son_of_Sandor
May 24, 1944 NYT "Nazis Threaten to Try Our Airmen, Charging Attacks on Civilians" German People's Courts will try Allied pilots shot down during attacks on trains and communications. The trial threat recalled that airmen held as POWs would be tried as "war criminals".
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Second World War 4h
Stories of D-Day heroism shape history
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World War II Photos May 15
US troops from Combat Command B of the U.S. 14th Armored Division entering the Hammelburg Prison in Germany by opening the main gate with bursts of their M3 "Grease Guns". Hammelburg, Germany. April 6th 1945.
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U.S. Army May 21
As a nod to the "Greatest Generation", the is reinstituting the iconic Greens worn during to honor our . Check out the link to learn more about the new uniforms:
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Dean Faccini 17h
I might not be in work on Tuesday.
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BRICKTRANSPORT May 23
Here’s a first for us! Just had a call from a site we were due to deliver to tomorrow to say that an unexploded bomb has been found 😳 Evacuated till next week...
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WWII Memorial Friends 9h
in 1942, a 15-minute test blackout was held in Detroit, the largest blackout in the Midwest US up to that time. Blackouts were held in cities during The primary purpose was psychological motivation of the civilian population who saw blackouts as a patriotic duty.
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Catherine Gray ᎠᏲᎧ May 22
Stopped by the this afternoon. The submarine is now floating once again. It normally sits on dry land overlooking the & hasn’t floated since the 1986 flood. Museum artifacts are currently being relocated to the Muskogee Civic Center.
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Shadow of the Eagle 1h
Boeing XF-8B the largest piston-powered, single-seat US fighter developed during
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History Pictory 9h
American Nazi organization rally at Madison Square Garden, 1939
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Peter Moreira | The Haight May 22
Ernest 's highest profile assignment as a journalist was covering for Collier's. It turned out to be a disaster, ending in a dispute over a $187K expense claim.
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World War II History May 20
Men of U.S. 6th Marine Division resting in Naha, Okinawa, on May 29, 1945.
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Naval Air Station Ottumwa, IA May 18
Got my copy! There is a group that restores and flies these trainers of !! Designed by Lloyd Stearman and built by (Lloyd sold his co. to Boeing).
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World War II Photos May 18
A flamethrower operator of Co. E, 2nd Bn, 9th Marines, advances while under Japanese fire during the Battle of Iwo Jima. February 1945.
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