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    In an effort to increase the U.S. Army’s numbers, a draft was employed by the government in 1917. Around 2.7 million men were drafted, and 1.3 million volunteered.
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    WWI ushered in a new era of warfare, as it introduced gasses, air fighting and tanks.
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    While mustard gas was widely available during the war, no one used it after the first great war due to its unpredictable nature. Hitler himself refused to use chemical weapons after suffering the side effects of a gas attack during WWI.
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    65 million men fought in World War I, and of those 65 million, 10 million died; some have that number at closer to 20 million.
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    Nearly two thirds of deaths in the World War I era occurred in battle, making it the first major war to kill more people than disease.
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    German trenches were equipped with beds, furniture, cupboards, lights and doorbells. They built them like this with the mindset that they would last.
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    Germans were particularly skilled at intercepting and cracking Allied codes. That is until the Americans started using the Choctaw Code Talkers, who used a complex Native American language that the Germans couldn’t decode.
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    France was the first country during the war to use poisonous gasses. They used tear gas grenades to debilitate the opposition.
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    Some Americans disagreed with U.S.’s hesitation to enter the war, so many went to Canada to enlist and fight.
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    A Serbian terrorist group conducted the assassination of Franz Ferdinand, which started the devastating struggle. Germany sided with the Austro-Hungarians, while France and Russia sided with Serbia.
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    The trench network of WWI stretched roughly 25,000 miles.
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    German troops shot and killed civilians during the war as a scare tactic so that people in occupied cities wouldn’t rebel against troops.
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    One-third of the deaths during WWI were caused by The Spanish Flu.
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    The League of Nations was created after the war ended, which was a precursor to what is now the United Nations.
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    The total cost of WWI for the U.S. was around $30 billion, or “52 percent of gross national product at the time.”
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    WWI is responsible for introducing the machine gun to the masses.
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    Around 30 different poisonous gases were used during WWI, but after the war, many countries signed treaties that outlawed their use in warfare from that point on.
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    Millions of soldiers suffered from a disease known as shell-shock. It is commonly known today as PTSD.
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    There were four empires that completely collapsed after WWI: Ottoman, German, Russian, and Austro-Hungarian.
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    WWI transformed the U.S. into the largest military power in the world.
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    The Bavarian Motor Works story begins with aircraft engines. Their IIIa radial engine quickly gained a reputation for being one of the best and most reliable of its time. Orders from the German government flooded in, overwhelming the small factory.
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    Now about that logo: While it is widely known as the "propeller," the blue and white center was meant to represent the Bavarian flag. It was designed by the brother of Karl Rapp, who founded BMW predecessor company Rapp Motorenwerke.
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    After the company was barred from building military-aircraft engines following World War I, BMW produced its first motorcycle, the R32, in 1923. It was very innovative.
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    While they are rarely sold, recent prices for R32s at auction include $163,000 for a 1924 model in 2009 and a $139,000 in 2011 for a 1925 model.
    BMW built its first production car in 1928, the 3/15. It was a licensed copy of the British-designed Austin 7.
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    Investing in car-manufacturing was fueled by BMW's failure to find significant profit in making civilian-aircraft engines. This was despite the fact that its engines, such as the 132 Hornet, were excellent.
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    A Junkers JU 52, powered by three BMW 132 engines. The 132 was developed from the American-built Pratt & Whitney Hornet.
    The BMW 303 was also a significant first for the company: It is the origin of the famous kidney grille, still featured on all of their cars today.
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    The first six-cylinder car from BMW was the 328. It began an immensely successful racing tradition ...
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    ... which included an overall win by the 328 at the 1940 Mille Miglia — one of only three wins by a non-Italian make in the epic race's 30-year history.
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    Once the Nazis came to power, BMW again began producing military equipment. Forced laborers built machines that fueled the German war effort — most were prisoners of war or inmates of the nearby Dachau concentration camp.
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    After the allies triumphed, BMW's plant was left in ruin, and the company spent the next decade on the verge of collapse.
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    The Isetta, designed by Italian refrigerator company Iso, was license-built by BMW from 1955 to 1962. The single-cylinder car saw only moderate success, but it was enough to get the ball rolling again.
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    BMW returned to developing their immensely powerful supercharged motorcycles after the war. Wilhelm Noll and Fritz Crohn won the Sidecar World Championship (which remains to this day an actual thing) on a BMW RS54 in 1954 and 1956.
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    What was the big deal with BMW motorcycles? It's all about the way the engine was mounted. Positioning the cylinders transversely (or sticking out of the sides) meant better cooling and allowed for a more compact bike. The "boxer" layout remains to this day on BMW motorcycles.
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    Sunning as it is, the BMW 507 was a spectacular commercial flop. After production costs skyrocketed, BMW had to pull the plug before the program dragged the entire company into bankruptcy. Only 252 were ever built.
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    But don't feel sorry for the lovely 507: The surviving cars will fetch $2 million to $3 million at auction today, while the car has lived on in spirit in the more than 75 years of BMW roadsters that followed it.
    Introduced in 1961, the BMW 1500 was the first of the "New Class," a trifecta of models that definitively secured BMW's financial success as a carmaker. Many of the styling cues on this model inspired the next 55 years of their design language.
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    a caen, c'è un museo con le foto aeree dettagliate del prima e del dopo (fatte dagli inglesi), anche con il cambio del territorio con la creazione di alcune strade da parte degli alleati

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    1. Gun Powder Office ca. 1890



    View of a bustling O’Connell Bridge and Sackville Street (now O’Connell Street), Dublin. Prominent ‘Gun Powder Office’ sign can be seen on the left side of the photo.

    2. The Long Room ca. 1885



    This is the very beautiful Long Room Library at Trinity College Dublin.

    3. Oscar Traynor (under the X) April 2, 1922



    According to the Irish Independent, April 3, 1922, the Dublin City Brigade I.R.A. paraded at Smithfield on the 2nd “under officers who recognise the Executive established as a result of the recent Convention”, and were addressed by Oscar Traynor, Rory O’Connor and F[rank] Henderson.

    4. Members of the Irish Women Workers’ Union on the steps of Liberty Hall ca. 1914






    5. O’Neill’s Bicycles ca. 1907



    Lucania bicycles were manufactured by John O’Neill at the Lucania works in South King Street, Dublin. An advertisement for the Lucania in a 1911 edition of Sinn Féin carried the information also that the company had won a contract to supply the Post Office with 400 delivery bicycles.

    6. Horse-drawn Omnibus, Westmoreland Street, Dublin ca. 1865






    7. Fiat Car at Rutland Square ca. 1924



    Fiat car adorned with flowers and surrounded by people at 18 Rutland Square (now Parnell Square), Dublin

    8. View from top of Nelson’s Pillar, Sackville Street (O’Connell Street) ca. 1921






    9. Children’s Party ca. 1924






    10. A Black and Tan on duty in Dublin ca. 1920



    A Black and Tan on duty in Dublin. Smoking and posing with a Lewis machine gun.

    11. Sackville Street ca. 1905



    High view along Sackville Street (now O’Connell Street) in Dublin

    12. St. Stephen’s Green, Dublin City, Co. Dublin ca. 1890






    13. Funeral procession of Fenian Jeremiah O’Donovan Rossa August 1, 1915



    Funeral procession of Fenian Jeremiah O’Donovan Rossa. Trams drew to a halt and crowds lined the streets as the coffin passed. O’Rossa had died on Staten Island on 29 June 1915, but his body was brought back to Ireland for burial in Glasnevin Cemetery. This photo was taken at Parnell Square East, or Rutland Square East as it was then known.

    14. Trinity College, Dublin ca. 1900






    15. Dáil Éireann meeting in the Mansion House August, 1921






    16. Dublin Bread Company May 1916



    The remains of the Dublin Bread Company at 6-7 Lower Sackville Street (now O’Connell Street) after the Easter Rising in 1916.

    17. Rotunda Round Room ca. 1913






    18. Driving a Panhard Car July 1903



    Man driving Panhard car, possibly a late 1901 or 1902 model, with three female passengers.

    19. Waiting on Westland Row June 18, 1917



    Crowds on Westland Row in Dublin waiting to meet prisoners released under general amnesty, taken from the railway bridge at Westland Row station.

    20. Funeral of Michael Collins August 28, 1922



    National Army soldiers drive a car laden with wreaths through the streets of Dublin towards Glasnevin Cemetery for the burial of Michael Collins. The vehicle is a Crossley, military tender with the twin rear tyres. Collins was riding in a very rare Leyland 8 car when he was assassinated.

    21. Trinity College Dublin ca. 1900






    22. Cemetery in Kingtown ca. 1863



    Graves in a cemetery in Kingstown, now Dun Laoghaire, Dublin.

    23. Republican Meeting August 19, 1923



    A very crowded Republican meeting on August 19, 1923 in Dublin that took place on O’Connell Street, or Sackville Street as it was then.

    24. Sackville Street ca. 1902






    25. Dublin Bread Company and O’Connell Bridge July 1900



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    Harriet Tubman with rescued slaves – Auburn, NY, circa 1887
    Tubman also carried a revolver, and was not afraid to use it. The gun afforded some protection from the ever-present slave catchers and their dogs, however she also purportedly threatened to shoot any escaped slave who tried to turn back on the journey since that would threaten the safety of the remaining group.Tubman told the tale of one man who insisted he was going to go back to the plantation when morale got low among a group of fugitive slaves. She pointed the gun at his head and said, “You go on or die.” Several days later, he was with the group as they entered the United Province of Canada
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    Young women in Kabul, Afghanistan, 1970s.
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    Air hostess and steward serving Scandinavian Country Style Buffet, SAS Scandinavian Airlines, 1969
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    The house that Donald Trump couldn’t buy. circa 1991
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    In Coking’s telling, Trump first tried to charm her, then tried to stomp her.
    “He’d come over to the house, probably thinking, ‘If I butter her up now, I’ll get her house for a good price,’ ” Coking told the New York Daily News in 1998. “Once, he gave me Neil Diamond tickets. I didn’t even know who Neil Diamond was.”
    Coking, who is now more than 90 years old and was not available to be interviewed, was having none of it. This was her “dream house,” said Dana Berliner, an attorney with the Arlington, Va.-based Institute for Justice, a civil liberties law firm that represented Coking in her case against Trump and Atlantic City’s casino development authority.
    “She was a very determined person,” Berliner said.
    Coking held firm, even as the 22-story Trump Plaza soared outside her windows with its ever-flashing lights. The house was deteriorating, but Coking’s will wasn’t. Demolition crews had set fire to her roof, broken windows and smashed up much of the third floor, according to her attorneys. Still, she didn’t move.
    Female Snipers of the 3rd Shock Army, 1st Belorussian Front – 775 confirmed kills in one photograph (1945)
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    The Obama’s on their wedding day, 1992.
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    The Hell of Serra Pelada Mines (1980s)
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    Gregori Rasputin with his admirers 1914
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    Who was Rasputin and what was his influence?
    Rasputin was a religious mystic and faith healer. The heir to the Russian thrown had hemophilia, which at the time was poorly understood and potentially very dangerous. Rasputin was able to stop his bleeding, either by using hypnosis or giving him aspirin. This gave him access to the royal family and influence with the Russian Empress.
    During WWI Rasputin prophesied that Russian forces would not be victorious until the Emperor personally led them. This did not go well. Rasputin was later assassinated for unclear reason. He famously took a long time to die and survived through several methods of murder.
    High school girls learn the art of automobile mechanics
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    Goering and other Nazi officials look across the English Channel at the Cliffs of Dover, the closest they would ever get to invading Britain July 1, 1940
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    The legendary Harry Houdini before performing his famous escape act, 1899
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    President Nixon meets with China’s Communist Party Leader, Mao Tse-Tung, 1972
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    The atomic bomb that detonated over Nagasaki, Japan. Fat Man is seen on a transport carriage after assembly on Tinian Island, 1945
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    Neil A. Armstrong greeted by his son Mark upon his return from the Moon while still in the Mobile Quarantine Facility. The three Apollo 11 astronauts were confined for 21 days to prevent the spread of any contagions from the Moon. (27 July, 1969)
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    A 20-foot-wide, 5,000-pound Manta Ray known as the Great Manta, caught off the coast of New Jersey in 1933.
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    Recovering the Apollo 13 Command Module shortly after its water landing.
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    JFK tours Kennedy Space Center in 1962.
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    "Hi Mom, Guess What!" at the first gay pride rally in Philadelphia, in June of 1972.
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    Queen Elizabeth II (prior to being queen) in June of 1940.
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    Elvis Presley and Johnny Cash pose in Memphis, Tennessee in 1957.
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    Little girl looking at signs at Bodö Airport, Norway in 1968.
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    Frogman visiting the Little Mermaid in Copenhagen.
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    Princess Elizabeth, captured at home in 1944.
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    Bill Murray and Dan Aykroyd taking a break on the set of Ghostbusters in 1984.
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    The World Trade Center photographed on a morning in 1972, one year before it would be finished.
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    Canadians during the 1951 Imjin River hockey game in Korea.
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    Katherine Sui Fun Cheung, the first Chinese-American woman to be a licensed pilot in 1932.
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    Princess Elizabeth standing in front of a military truck in 1945.
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    Cécile Sorel a French actress at the turn of the century.
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    Times Square and Broadway, taken in the 1960s.
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    Gay rights demonstration at the Democratic National Convention in 1976.
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    Grace Toya at the Tule Lake internment camp in 1945.
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    Tourists at the Giza Pyramids in 1938.
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    Malcolm X kidding around with Muhammad Ali in 1963.
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    A scene from the Battle of Los Angeles, known as one of the most mysterious incidents of World War II and the source of much UFO lore.
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    Sean Connery signing a coconut for a Jamaican child on the set of Dr. No in 1962.
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    1. Француженку бреют наголо за связи с нацистами

    После освобождения Франции от оккупантов местные жители решили разобраться со своими же — и наказать тех, кто успел найти с немцами общий язык. В итоге около десяти тысяч французов, преимущественно женщины, испытали на себе силу народного гнева. Самым популярным наказанием стало бритье провинившейся наголо. На этом фото, сделанном 29 августа 1944 года в городе Монтелимар, увековечено бритье девушки, имевшей неосторожность сблизиться с немцами.







    2. Последнее фото плота с «Армидейла»

    1 декабря 1942 года у берегов Восточного Тимора японские истребители атаковали сторожевой корабль австралийских ВМС «Армидейл». Большая часть экипажа погибла вместе с кораблем, а немногим выжившим удалось соорудить из остатков спасательных лодок плот. Это фото сделано с морского патрульного самолета (летающей лодки) «Каталина» 8 декабря, спустя неделю после гибели «Армидейла». Из-за высоких штормовых волн «Каталина» в тот день не смогла приземлиться и помочь 20 обитателям плота. Больше его не видели.






    3. Слон пашет вместо лошади

    На войну призывают не только людей, но и лошадей. И кто-то должен выполнять лошадиный объем работы в тылу — да кто угодно, хоть бы и цирковой слон. Собственно, на фото видно, как слон из цирка братьев Амар пашет в оккупированной Франции в 1941 году.






    4. Казнь генерала Достлера

    Немецкий генерал пехоты Антон Достлер был казнен американцами в итальянской провинции Казерта по обвинению в убийстве 15 военнослужащих американской диверсионной группы. Его казнь, состоявшаяся 1 декабря 1945 года, была тщательным образом задокументирована и на фото, и на кинопленке. Показательнее не бывает.





    5. Эсэсовцы молятся Аллаху

    13-я горная дивизия СС «Ханджар» была сформирована в 1943 году, спустя два года после захвата немцами Сараева и провозглашения марионеточного Независимого государства Хорватия. Формировалась дивизия из добровольцев боснийцев-мусульман и в лучшие свои времена достигала численности до 26 000 человек.






    6. Русский разведчик смеется перед расстрелом

    Советский разведчик улыбается в камеру, хотя знает, что через секунду финский офицер застрелит его. Фото было сделано в заснеженном лесу Восточной Карелии в ноябре 1942 года, но впервые обнародовано министерством обороны Финляндии лишь в 2006 году. Во время Второй мировой войны оно было засекречено, так как финское правительство боялось, что фото может быть использовано на благо советской пропаганды.






    7. «Летающие тигры» в небе над Китаем

    Во время войны США помогали Китаю как могли. Например, в 1941-1942 гг. на стороне Китая сражалось добровольческое военно-воздушное подразделение под названием «Летающие тигры». Для формирования подразделения в Китай было направлено 99 самолетов «Кёртис Р-40», но китайские летчики отказались их осваивать, заявив, что они все равно ни в какое сравнение не идут с японскими «Зеро». Тогда в «Летающие тигры» начали вступать добровольцы-американцы. «Тигры» делились на три эскадрильи: «Адамы и Евы», «Ангелы ада» и «Медведи панда». Конкретно на фото — «Ангелы ада» в 1942 году.






    8. Персонал Освенцима отдыхает

    А на этой фотографии мы видим, как обслуживающий персонал крупнейшего нацистского лагеря смерти весело проводит досуг — прямо как обычные люди. На дворе 1942 год.






    9. Ночь Победы

    В 2 часа 10 минут ночи 9 мая диктор Юрий Левитан зачитал Акт о военной капитуляции фашистской Германии. В следующие несколько часов на Красную площадь, где начался праздничный фейерверк, устремились тысячи людей. Это была самая счастливая толпа в истории.

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    At the age of 22, Paratrooper James Speed Hensinger captured these night-time images in 1970. The images show the 173rd Airborne Brigade attempting to take out snipers near the village of Phu Tai during the Vietnam War.
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    Hensinger is now 66 years old and living outside of Denver, CO. The following is how he recalled the events of that night:
    “We were pissed off at taking Viet Cong sniper fire from the mountain above us for several nights in a row. The guy (sniper) would stand up from behind a rock and blow off a clip from his AK-47 on full-auto. The sniper was shooting at such a high angle that most of his rounds came through the sheet metal roofs of our hooches. We decided to use a ‘heavy’ response the next time the sniper hit us.”
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    I simply can’t imagine the fear of living through the battles of Vietnam. So many young men in a foreign land. Thank you to those that lived through that War. Same holds true with our Men and Women that have deployed to the Middle East. Thank you.
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    Ким Чен Ир в парке развлечений в Пхеньяне, 2 октября 1977 года, КНДР



    Цветочница—хиппи, 1973 год, Оклахома, США


    Франц Фердинанд, 1914 год, Австрия

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    They say you can’t believe everything you read on the internet, but you also can’t believe everything you were taught in junior high. Here are some myths and misconceptions about history that you might have believed… until now.
    Orson Welles did a little radio show called “War of the Worlds” in 1938, and the story goes that everyone thought aliens were actually invading earth and a mass panic ensued.
    The fact is that some people did think it was true, but the “mass panic” was greatly exaggerated seeing as there weren’t that many people listening to the show to begin with. It was in a very competitive time slot and a lot of the CBS affiliates completely replaced the broadcast. The reason for the exaggeration was a very bitter rival between the newspapers and radios. The newspapers were constantly trying to make radio entertainment look bad, hence the “mass panic” story.
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    Cleopatra wasn’t actually Egyptian. She was of Macedonian-Greek origin and was actually the first-ever member of her family to learn the Egyptian language.
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    A lot of people think that Van Gogh cut off his ear, but it was actually just a portion of the left earlobe. Even juicier, it’s suspected that he wasn’t even the one who cut it off in the first place. Van Gogh was living with his friend, French artist Paul Gauguin at the time of the incident. Gauguin was an expert fencer, and the earlobe was sliced off after the two had a huge fight. A compelling argument says that the statement that Van Gogh cut it off himself was just a story to cover up the embarrassment of the whole incident.
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    Shakespeare didn’t come up with the story of Hamlet. The story of a vengeful prince planning revenge fro the murder of his father by his father is actually a really old Indo-European legend. The story was popularized in the year 1200 in a work called “Vita Amlethi,” or “The Life of Amleth” by Scandinavian author Saxo Grammaticus. In his version, the tormented princes pretends to be crazy, gets mad at his mom’s quick marriage to the new king, and kills a spy. Sound familiar?
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    Cowboys definitely wore hats, but the Stetson popularized by the Western movies weren’t actually worn in real life until the very end of the Wild West. The Stetson wasn’t even in existence until 1865 and didn’t really become popular until the end of the century. Before that, cowboys wore derby hats, which were also known as bowler hats.
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    The Great Fire of Rome took place in 64 CE and completely destroyed the Empire capital. Emperor Nero has been accused of not only starting the fire, but playing the fiddle and watching the city burn as well. However, Tacitus, one of the most reliable historians of all time, documented that Nero wasn’t even in the city at the time. He was 30 miles away at his villa.
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    Lady Godiva was an 11th-century Anglo Saxon noblewoman, and it’s widely believed that she defied her wicked husband by riding through the streets of Coventry naked, covering her naughty bits with her long red hair. There’s no evidence of this. She did protest her husband’s (Leofic, Earl of Mercia) high tax prices, but she kept her clothes on.
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    A lot of people think that traveler Marco Polo brought pasta to Italy after his travels to China, but most historians agree that Arabs introduced pasta to Italy in the late 7th century during their conquest of Italy. This was 600 years before Marco Polo was even born.
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    Marie Antoinette never actually said “let them eat cake,” or anything even resembling the line. Author the book “Confessions” wrote: “Make-shift of a great princess who was told that the peasants had no bread and replied: ‘Let them eat brioche’.” It was satirical and only implied that she would say something like that, but she didn’t.
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    King Henry VIII wasn’t always villainous during his reign. The later years involving his many wives and many beheadings overshadow the good times. He took the throne when he was 18 and at that point he was revered by the subjects, who called him “Bluff King Hal.” He was considered “sporty and generous” all the way up to just before the end of his marriage to Anne Boleyn. His persistent medical problems caused him to become angrier and fatter as the years went on.
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    The Salem Witch Trials of 1692 go down as one of the most infamous happenings in the history of the US, but they didn’t go exactly as you might think. No one was burned at the stake, the majority of the witches were actually hanged. 20 people in all were executed from February 1692 to May 1693, and except for a couple that died in prison, the rest went to the gallows.
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    The US Declaration of Independence wasn’t signed on the 4th of July, 1776. It was merely approved by Congress on that day. It was signed 2 days before, on July 2nd.
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    There is actually no evidence to support the fact that Betsy Ross (or any other person for that matter) designed the first American flag. The story came 35 years after her death, from her grandson William Canby. He said that George Washington came into Ross’s store one day and she impressed him with how easily she could make a 5-point star, so Washington commissioned her to make the flag. It was a great story, but Canby didn’t have any proof.

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