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Political map of Who's Who in World War I [infographic] | OUPblog

Over the last few weeks, historian Gordon Martel, author of The Month That Changed The World: July 1914, has been blogging regularly for us, giving a week-by-week and day-by-day account of the events leading up to the First World War. July 1914 was the month that changed the world, but who were the people that contributed to that change?

German rail gun big / big old style gun and then some ( you should see the ammo !! ) ✔️

German rail gun big / big old style gun and then some ( you should see the ammo !! ) ✔️

Adolf Hitler 1933 Ring Sterling Silver German WW2 Nazi

Adolf Hitler 1933 Ring Sterling Silver German WW2 Nazi

WWI Gas Masks displayed for the camera. Photographed on 5x7 glass plate negative by the Bain News Service.

WWI Gas Masks displayed for the camera. Photographed on 5x7 glass plate negative by the Bain News Service.

"Y" symbol on lower right of Mein Kampf, Adolf Hitler || notice the Chi Rho in the top left corner! The Chi Rho is presented as a Christian symbol, but it is quite the opposite.

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"Y" symbol on lower right of Mein Kampf, Adolf Hitler || notice the Chi Rho in the top left corner! The Chi Rho is presented as a Christian symbol, but it is quite the opposite.

German soldiers who froze to death, winter 1941. The German Army was ill prepared for the harsh Russian winter. Almost half as many Germans were killed by the winter elements as by enemy bullets!!

German soldiers frozen to death, winter 1941.

Explore Krueger Waffen's photos on Flickr. Krueger Waffen has uploaded 3972 photos to Flickr.

“Salvage operations, USS Oklahoma (BB-37), sunk during the Pearl Harbor attack. Aerial view from the starboard bow, with the ship in the 2°-10° position during righting operations.”

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“Salvage operations, USS Oklahoma (BB-37), sunk during the Pearl Harbor attack. Aerial view from the starboard bow, with the ship in the 2°-10° position during righting operations.” (NHHC:...

pearl harbor remember | Remembering 'Remember Pearl Harbor' - E-learning Examples

Remembering 'Remember Pearl Harbor' - Elearning Examples

Remembering ‘Remember Pearl Harbor’ Graphic: It’s been 70 years since the Japanese attack on Dec. 7, 1941, “the day that will live in infamy,” in the words of President Franklin Roosevelt, thrust the United States into World War II. Here’s what happened in Pearl Harbor that day. View the news graphic More Multimedia Examples:Faces of…

Pearl Harbor by the Numbers (US Naval History and Heritage Command)

Navy Action Reports Tell the Story of Pearl Harbor Attack | The Sextant

By Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Eric Lockwood Naval History and Heritage Command, Communication and Outreach Division As more than three-quarters of a century have passed since the attack o

WWI Soldier frozen in death

Melting glaciers in northern Italy reveal corpses of WW1 soldiers

WWI Soldier frozen in death

An A-bomb victim with burns over his entire body, August 7, 1945

Photographer Fukushima Kikujiro - Confronting Images of Atomic Bomb Survivors−−

Photographer Fukushima Kikujiro - Confronting Images of Atomic Bomb Survivors Yuki Tanaka Kikujiro’s Lucky Escape from the Atomic Bombing of Hiroshima A video of Fukushima Kikujiro