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Shopping in disguise, getting drunk on vintage wine - and women...: The Michael Jackson you never knew

from Anne of Carversville

Plastic Debris Also Glutting North Atlantic Ocean

Plastic Ocean "We do not err because truth is difficult to see. It is visible at a glance. We err because this is more comfortable." Alexander Solzhenitsyn.

WINSTON CHURCHILL EIGHTH ARMY HEADQUARTERS ITALY 26 AUGUST 1944 (TR 2272) Object description The Prime Minister, the Rt Hon Winston Churchill, MP, with the Commander of the Eighth Army, Lieutenant General Sir Oliver Leese (left) and the Supreme Allied Commander in the Mediterranean, General Sir Harold Alexander at the headquarters of General Leese near Monte Maggio. A caravan is partly visible in the background.

WINSTON CHURCHILL AT EIGHTH ARMY HEADQUARTERS IN ITALY, 26 AUGUST 1944. The Prime Minister, the Rt Hon Winston Churchill, MP, discussing the battle situation with the Commander of the Eighth Army Lieutenant General Sir Oliver Leese (left) and the Supreme Allied Commander of the Mediterranean, General Sir Harold Alexander, at General Leese's headquarters in the Monte Maggio area.

Blondie (at left) and friends on 8th Ave. & W. 30th Street (near Madison Square Garden & Penn Station). The building with the Winston ad on it still exists.

After the French Resistance staged an uprising on Aug 19, American and Free French troops made a peaceful entrance on Aug 25, 1944. Here, four days later, soldiers of Pennsylvania's 28th Infantry Division march along the Champs-Elysees, with the Arc de Triomphe in the background.