George Bush Sr. was a well-regarded World War II Navy pilot, and was the youngest pilot in United States Naval history at age 18.

George Bush Sr. was a well-regarded World War II Navy pilot, and was the youngest pilot in United States Naval history at age 18.

A sweet moment between President George Bush and Barbara Bush. Wonderful, precious people.

A sweet moment between President George Bush and Barbara Bush. Wonderful, precious people.

George Bush Proclaims The Coming New World Order by Now The End Begins. George Bush 41 stood up in front of the US Congress and proudly proclaimed the coming New World Order. See and hear it for yourself in full context.

George Bush Proclaims The Coming New World Order by Now The End Begins. George Bush 41 stood up in front of the US Congress and proudly proclaimed the coming New World Order. See and hear it for yourself in full context.

Look at Barbara Bush's resemblance to the old Satanist. -> George Bush, Grand Father, Is Aleister Crowley

Look at Barbara Bush's resemblance to the old Satanist. -> George Bush, Grand Father, Is Aleister Crowley

All the Best, George Bush: My Life in Letters and Other Writings/George H.W. Bush

All the Best, George Bush: My Life in Letters and Other Writings/George H.W. Bush

19th Indiana Volunteer Infantry Regimet Veterans. This photo shows John Bush (rear, middle) wearing his Iron Brigade medal. David Bush is at John’s right, and George Bush sits in front and center, wearing his GAR medal. In 1861, when the three brothers mustered into Company ‘I’, which at that time was known as the “Spencer Grays,” John was 19, David 21, and George 32. The resolute brothers fought with the 19th until the regiment’s 3-year enlistment ran out, and David and John were both…

19th Indiana Volunteer Infantry Regimet Veterans. This photo shows John Bush (rear, middle) wearing his Iron Brigade medal. David Bush is at John’s right, and George Bush sits in front and center, wearing his GAR medal. In 1861, when the three brothers mustered into Company ‘I’, which at that time was known as the “Spencer Grays,” John was 19, David 21, and George 32. The resolute brothers fought with the 19th until the regiment’s 3-year enlistment ran out, and David and John were both…

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