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Female worker building the nose of a B-17, 1944.

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Female worker building the nose of a B-17, 1944.

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German machine-gun nest and dead gunner at Villers Devy Dun Sassey, France, on November 4, 1918 — one week before the end of the war.
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German machine-gun nest and dead gunner at Villers Devy Dun Sassey, France, on November 4, 1918 — one week before the end of the war.

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Soldiers of the “Filthy Thirteen” apply face paint prior to jumping into Normandy, 1944.

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Soldiers of the “Filthy Thirteen” apply face paint prior to jumping into Normandy, 1944.

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With vast numbers of horses being sent to the Western Front during World War One, some farmers and tradesmen at home turned to elephants to help them with their work.

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With vast numbers of horses being sent to the Western Front during World War One, some farmers and tradesmen at home turned to elephants to help them with their work.

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Trumpeter’s George Gritten and W. Lang with a Russian eagle flagstaff, which was brought back to England as a war trophy, 1856
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Trumpeter’s George Gritten and W. Lang with a Russian eagle flagstaff, which was brought back to England as a war trophy, 1856

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(Source: nevver, via giannibugnosagace)

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tkohl:

1953…”My children like to hear about the time their father was exposed to atomic radiation…”

tkohl:

1953…”My children like to hear about the time their father was exposed to atomic radiation…”

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Women making flags in a Brooklyn factory, by Margaret Bourke-White. July 1940

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Women making flags in a Brooklyn factory, by Margaret Bourke-White. July 1940

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nuclearvault:

Starfish Prime was a high-altitude nuclear test conducted by the United States on 9 July 1962 as part of Operation Fishbowl over Johnston Atoll. It was successfully detonated at an altitude of 400 km (250 mi) at 09:00:09 Honolulu time.

Starfish Prime’s electromagnetic pulse was much larger than originally expected and drove much of the instrumentation off scale, as well as causing electrical damage in Hawaii, which was about 1,445 km (898 mi) away from the detonation point. It knocked out about 300 streetlights, set off numerous burglar alarms and damaged a telephone company microwave link. 

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(Source: aviationpassion)

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