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1943- Thousands of shells filled with poison gas at an eastern arsenal ready for shipment in the event Axis forces resort to chemical warfare.

Thousands of shells filled with poison gas at an eastern arsenal ready for shipment in the event Axis forces resort to chemical warfare.

Regina Rifles mortar team. Leopold Canal

A mortar crew of The Canadian Regina Rifle Regiment in Normandy, 9 june Their Carrier can be seen in the background.

du 10 au 18 juillet 1944 à Caen

B The Battle for Normandy: A British soldier in Caen after its liberation gives a helping hand to an old lady amongst the scene of utter devastation

An American soldier gives a drink of water to a wounded German prisoner lying on a stretcher somewhere in the Normandy, France on June 19, 1944, battle area through which the allies advanced. (AP Photo)

An American soldier gives a drink of water to a wounded German prisoner lying on a stretcher somewhere in the Normandy, on June battle area through which the allies advanced.

Joshua Chamberlain (September 8, 1828 - February 24, 1914), American college Professor from the State of Maine who volunteered during the Civil War to join the Union Army, reaching the rank of Brigadier General.  For his gallantry at Gettysburg, he was awarded the Medal of Honor.

"In great deeds something abides." Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain, college professor, Union general, and man who knew how to rock a stache.

Did you know what Japan did in World War II�

Did you know what Japan did in World War II…

Japanese atrocities from WW II - I'm not trying to be vindictive here; I'm not that kind of person and I have NOTHING against Japan or Japanese people today. But history is what it is - and history hurts. Click the pin to read the rest.

Women had a great inpact during the Civil War. Women were  writers, nurses, cooks, and laundresses. Here are nurses who helped wounded soldiers. They bandaged, wrapped, fed, and assigned the correct medicine to the soldier as needed. These are Red Guard Nurses in the time period of the Civil War, 1861 to 1865. If it weren't for nurses during the Civil War, many soldiers would have lost there lives and would have had to fight harder to stay alive.

☤ MD ☞✪ These are Red Guard Nurses in the time period of the Civil War, 1861 to

Bodies of U.S. officers and soldiers slain by the Nazis after capture near Malmedy, Belgium. - NARA - 196544.jpg

Bodies of U. officers and soldiers slained by the Nazis after capture near Malmedy, Belgium

In this May 5, 1944 file photo, five members of the Women's Army Corps serving with the army service of supplies, salute an officer at a base in England. More than 150,000 American women served in the WAC during World War II, becoming the first women other than nurses to serve in the United States Army.

Images: A look at women's military service

In this May 1944 file photo, five members of the Women's Army Corps serving…

Dachau, 1950.

Ghosts in the Sun: Hitler's Personal Photographer at Dachau, 1950

Ghosts in the Sun: Hitler’s Personal Photographer at Dachau, 1950 taken by Hugo Jarger

1943- U.S. 5th Army soldiers smile and wave at cameraman as one of their buddies walks along street in Naples, Italy, with a "fair local belle".

Army soldiers smile and wave at cameraman as one of their buddies walks along street in Naples, Italy, with a "fair local belle".

"Jewel and Harold Walker, 6 and 5 years old, pick 20 to 25 pounds of cotton a day" in Comanche County, Okla., 1916.

Jewel and Harold Walker, 6 and 5 years old, pick 20 to 25 pounds of cotton a day. Father said: "I promised em a little wagon if they'd pick steady, and now they have half a bag in just a little while. Comanche County, OK

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