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We Were Soldiers Too May 22
Cold War Era - 1980s - West German and US troops looking into either East Germany or Czechoslovakia.
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Korean DMZ Vets May 23
1950s to 1990s - Up on the Z - This sign was common to see at many camps!!!!!
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Korean DMZ Vets Feb 23
Late 1970s - Up Near the Z - Portable Gas Station, common in the military!!!! :-) They don't do windshields though! :-) Photo courtesy of Mark Heathco.
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Korean DMZ Vets May 18
1950 - Korean War - Troops landing at Pusan during the early days of the War. Photo courtesy of Time Magazine.
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Nikhil Thomas Feb 27
Lack of modernisation is a reality faced by &The prime reason for ongoing jet crashes Due to fear of allegations, one central minister from avoided all key defence purchases in his tenure To simply protect his image
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zaki habibi Aug 14
from Berlin to the rest of the world.. this open-air “Wall” gallery is historically monumental and, still, relevant and contextual to voice any frustrations or hope nowadays . .. ...
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Lisa Franks Jun 22
🇬🇧New Stock @ Melksham Arcade🇬🇧 Signal Pistol Cartridge Holder From A Tank / Armoured Car. Cold War Era.Could Be Used As A Desk Tidy Or Stationary Holder In The Man Cave! £22.
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We Were Soldiers Too May 19
Cold War Era - If you have not read Book 5 yet, here is a insert from it. Just to give an idea what the Korean DMZ was like during the Cold War....
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Ewa Staszewska Jun 19
from Please and and look for a to the ongoing Nobody wants / needs a new Just talk to each other, listen to each other and be the best you can be
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ASGPaul Jan 1
My eldest daughter copped this original US issue M81 Woodland cold weather jacket (Gore-Tex) at one of these trendy vintage shops in Sheff.
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Vineyard Logistics™ Jun 7
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Igor Os Jul 16
Messages on the Moon From a World Turned Upside Down
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Ashutosh Yadav May 28
Memories of Massacres Were Long Suppressed Here. Tourists Now Retrace the Atrocities. (SouthKorea)
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Miss Kamaat Makaveli Dec 1
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Jamaal Abdul-Rahim Feb 25
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Andy McRory Jul 25
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NeoPolitan WeGoHigh: SelfDiscipline Begets Freedom May 1
Ask Grandparents: nuclear bombfall drills; hiding under desks then to maze-walled basements to wait out the on WW2 rations, never to see family/friends again. Reality 4 war/gang zones 'Reflection on 'Generation Lockdown' '
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ENM News Jul 1
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~Maria. Jul 7
Why would you try to open that up? Uhhhh why would you go down and investigate yourself? Wait...Russian?!?! Wait is that a relative of Drago?
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zaki habibi Aug 10
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