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The Amazing Irena Sendler -- she is perhaps a little known name, but she saved the lives of approx. 2500 Jewish children during the Nazi Holocaust. (Faith In Humanity Restored) Irena Sendler, I Look To You, Just Dream, Good People, Amazing People, Inspiring People, Amazing Women, Amazing Person, Beautiful Person

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Helen Keller with her pit bull, Maggie.- I truely love this because here there are people who see pitbulls and think they are such vicious animals. Helen Keller was blind and deaf, she had no judgment, she loved the dog no matter what breed it was.

Helen Keller. The most important day in her life.

Helen Keller at work in her study Photograph by A. Marshall, 1902. The most important day I remember in all my life is the...

HISTORY OF DIABETES : Awakening from Keto-acidosis After developing a refined insulin scientists went to a hospital ward with diabetic children, most of.

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baby cage, 1937 (old photos of London). Patented in the United States in 1922 and popular in London, the baby cage was intended for city folk whose kids weren’t getting enough fresh air and sunshine. Titanic, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Amazing Pictures, Rare Photos, Writing Pictures, Funny Pictures, Epic Photos, Funny Pics

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Meant for big-city apartments without yards, the baby cage would allow small children to receive fresh air and sunlight

This is how you ride down some stairs on a penny farthing. Will Robertson of the Washington Bicycle Club riding an American Star Bicycle down the steps of the United States Capitol in 1885 Old Pictures, Old Photos, Funny Pictures, Funny Images, Funny Pics, Velo Design, Penny Farthing, Vintage Bicycles, Vintage Photographs

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cadenced: “ Will Robertson of the Washington Bicycle Club riding an American Star Bicycle down the steps of the United States Capitol in 1885 ”

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Susie King Taylor: first Black American army nurse; the only Black American woman to publish a memoir of her wartime experiences; also the first Black American to teach openly in a school for former slaves in Georgia.

Susie Baker King Taylor (Aug 6th, 1848 - October 6th, 1912).... Ms. Taylor is the daughter of slaves; an African American army nurse; she worked with the black Union troops during the Civil War. She was the only African American woman to publish a memoir of her wartime experiences. She was also the first African American to teach openly in a school for former slaves in Georgia.

This vintage photo features the first American flag raising during the Battle Of Iwo Jima on Mount Suribachi. Celebrate WWII History with this digitally restored vintage poster from The War Is Hell Store. Us Marines, Marine Corps, Batalha De Iwo Jima, Iwo Jima Flag, First American Flag, Battle Of Iwo Jima, Pearl Harbor, Military History, American Flag

Once Upon a Time in War

War is a horribly fascinating thing, however much man may hate it.

Mysterious Foo Fighters of World War 2 Date: Foo Fighter was the term used to describe mysterious and unknown aerial phenomena of The strange objects which appeared usually in groups,were small shiny and metallic by day and at night.

"Foo fighters" was the name given to small spheres of light that were seen by Allied air pilots during WWII. These fast-moving, glowing balls were often seen following aircraft & flying around them displaying speed & maneuverability beyond the capabilities of the Allied planes. Many Allied pilots believed them to be secret Nazi weapons, although they were never hostile. However, German & Japanese pilots encountered these same fiery orbs. What these foo fighters were has never been explained.

A Memphis policeman carries away a young woman trying to reach the hearse bearing the body of rock and roll star Elvis Presley during the funeral procession to Forest Hill Cemetery on Aug. Thousands lined the route for the final farewell.

August 18,1977: Memphis policeman carries away a young woman trying to reach the hearse bearing the body of rock and roll star Elvis Presley during the funeral procession to Forest Hill Cemetery on Aug. 18, 1977

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World History - Causes of World War I

History of World Civilizations - Causes of World War I For educational purposes only.