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Näkymä Pispalanharjulta Santalahteen 1900-luvun alusta. Kuva: I.K. Inha.

Näkymä Pispalanharjulta Santalahteen 1900-luvun alusta. Kuva: I.K. Inha.

Germany

Germany

Members of the 101st Air Calvary search two captured North Vietnamese soldiers near the battered old imperial capital of Hue July 21st. U.S. Calvarymen killed 11 Communist soldiers in sharp fighting near Hue July 25th. A military spokesman said other patroling American troops trying to prevent a new attack on the city uncovered a huge weapon cache.  UIP PHOTO 7/26/68

Members of the 101st Air Calvary search two captured North Vietnamese soldiers near the battered old imperial capital of Hue July 21st. U.S. Calvarymen killed 11 Communist soldiers in sharp fighting near Hue July 25th. A military spokesman said other patroling American troops trying to prevent a new attack on the city uncovered a huge weapon cache. UIP PHOTO 7/26/68

U S S Arizona Salvage - - Yahoo Image Search Results

U S S Arizona Salvage - - Yahoo Image Search Results

The Rhondda valley miners - Google Search

The Rhondda valley miners - Google Search

Post-Civil War landfront view of Drayton Hall. Years of neglect are apparent in the missing pediment, broken windows, and corn growing up to the portico. (http://www.draytonhall.org)

Post-Civil War landfront view of Drayton Hall. Years of neglect are apparent in the missing pediment, broken windows, and corn growing up to the portico. (http://www.draytonhall.org)

Ancient Greece City-State symbols

Ancient Greece City-State symbols

June 14th 1940: Paris falls to the Nazis  On this day in 1940 during World War Two, German soldiers marched into Paris without resistance, and began the occupation of the city. France had fallen quickly partially due to its ill-preparedness for war, and the formidable Nazi blitzkrieg attack. Troops took over the city and hung swastikas on public buildings and monuments.

June 14th 1940: Paris falls to the Nazis On this day in 1940 during World War Two, German soldiers marched into Paris without resistance, and began the occupation of the city. France had fallen quickly partially due to its ill-preparedness for war, and the formidable Nazi blitzkrieg attack. Troops took over the city and hung swastikas on public buildings and monuments.

Staplehurst_rail_crash __1865

Staplehurst_rail_crash __1865

Bristol at War    Walking in the ruins of Newfoundland Road Bristol.

Bristol at War Walking in the ruins of Newfoundland Road Bristol.

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