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World War I, France, 1915. The ruins of Carency seen from a former German trench at Hill 125. Credit: Photos 12 Archive.- stock photo


Tony with Steve's shield and Bucky's arm. I really, REALLY want to know what happened after Steve and Bucky left. When Tony realized that they were truly gone, was he relieved? Regretful? Did he cry? Was it from shame at his own actions, sorrow at the loss of a friend, or from the unfairness of the situation in general? How long did he stay there, alone, in the cold and snow? Did he miss Steve as soon as he was gone, or is his heart still broken enough that he does not want Steve back?


U.S. Air Force retired Lt. Col. George E. Hardy a Tuskegee Airman stands next to his former P-51D Mustang at Royal Air Force Lakenheath England Oct. 4 2016. The Tuskegee Airmenwere an all African-American fighter group during World War II and consisted of more than 900 pilots who maintained and flew combat missions while overseas. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Senior Airman Malcolm Mayfield)


The Ship’s Cook Who Took Over A .50-Caliber Machine Gun To Fight The Japanese At Pearl Harbor


This is a news article from the New York Tribune released at the end of WWI. It clearly states, in the title, that Germany surrendered.


Sgt. Stubby PITBULL, He was solely responsible for capturing a German spy in the Argonne. Following the retaking of Château-Thierry by the US, the thankful women of the town made Stubby a chamois coat on which were pinned his many medals


British Propaganda: This poster called for the conscription of women in the military because the military needed for workers. It targeted many women who were married or single. Help Us Salute Our Veterans by supporting their businesses at and Hire Veterans VIA Repin and Link URLs

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"This picture speaks to the women during world 1 who want to serve their country by farming for the soldiers overseas. The women were harvesting crops so soldiers can eat healthy."Women's Land Army" are the women working in the fields." -Mekhi Clemons