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VE DAY IN LONDON, 8 MAY 1945. Two small girls waving their flags in the rubble of Battersea, snapped by an anonymous American photographer.

VE DAY IN LONDON, 8 MAY 1945. Two small girls waving their flags in the rubble of Battersea, snapped by an anonymous American photographer.

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British WWII propaganda poster depicting the Union Jack with the slogan: "Our Empire is united against Nazi tyranny"

British WWII propaganda poster depicting the Union Jack with the slogan: "Our Empire is united against Nazi tyranny"

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Welcome noble Belgium. This WWI poster shows Columbia, representing the United States, greeting a figure representing Belgium while American and Belgian flags wave in the background. Circa 1917. When the United States entered WWI in 1917 the American public was sympathetic to the plight of neutral Belgium, which was overrun by German forces in 1914. Vintage WWI propaganda poster.

Welcome noble Belgium. This WWI poster shows Columbia, representing the United States, greeting a figure representing Belgium while American and Belgian flags wave in the background. Circa 1917. When the United States entered WWI in 1917 the American public was sympathetic to the plight of neutral Belgium, which was overrun by German forces in 1914. Vintage WWI propaganda poster.

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A soldier of the Red Army raises the Russian flag above the Reichstag in Berlin as the city falls to the Allies in 1945

A soldier of the Red Army raises the Russian flag above the Reichstag in Berlin as the city falls to the Allies in 1945

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Map of Europe in 1921, following the "Great German War" [Alternate History]
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Canadian soldiers with a Nazi German flag which they captured during the Battle of Normandy

Canadian soldiers with a Nazi German flag which they captured during the Battle of Normandy

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Maps of Western Europe: Americans are possibly the most geographically ignorant people in the world. Part of my studies were in grad school Geography and I love maps so I make a point of providing maps so you know what is where. If you go back far enough in your tree, you could be surprised at how many different countries there are on your tree. Most Americans are, as a cousin says, "All-American mutts". So it's fun to discover where your ancestors were.

Maps of Western Europe: Americans are possibly the most geographically ignorant people in the world. Part of my studies were in grad school Geography and I love maps so I make a point of providing maps so you know what is where. If you go back far enough in your tree, you could be surprised at how many different countries there are on your tree. Most Americans are, as a cousin says, "All-American mutts". So it's fun to discover where your ancestors were.

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