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Parque Centenario y Tarde de Lluvia

Parque Centenario y Tarde de Lluvia

A Boche prisoner, wounded and muddy is led along a railway track as British Army infantrymen return from another push on the battlefield

Heartbreaking photos of troops on the eve of the Somme 100 years ago

An Injured German solider being escorted by a British solider during the Somme Offensive, – July, 1916

El Palacio de Bellas Artes se construyó entre 1901 y 1934. Debía sustituir al antiguo Teatro Nacional con el propósito de celebrar el centenario de la Independencia.

El Palacio de Bellas Artes se construyó entre 1901 y 1934. Debía sustituir al antiguo Teatro Nacional con el propósito de celebrar el centenario de la Independencia.

angel de la independencia 1957 ********* El monumento del Ángel de la Independencia fue inaugurado en 1910 por Díaz a propósito del centenario de la Independencia, pero el 28 de julio de 1957 la Victoria Alada cayó de la columna a causa de un terremoto.

20 fotografías históricas que definieron México y cuya historia no conocías

angel de la independencia 1957 ********* El monumento del Ángel de la Independencia fue inaugurado en 1910 por Díaz a propósito del centenario de la Independencia, pero el 28 de julio de 1957 la Victoria Alada cayó de la columna a causa de un terremoto.

suffragettes vintage picture

Les suffragettes

vintagechampagnefever: “The Suffragettes These amazing women suffered beatings, imprisonment, abuse, indeed gave their lives, so that we could vote on the same equal footing as men. We owe it to these women to take part in the political process - the.

“El Presidente de la República tiene el gusto de invitar a Ud. para el Baile, que en celebración del primer Centenario de la Independencia ofrecerá a la Sociedad Mexicana en el Palacio Nacional, el 23 de septiembre próximo”.

¿Qué se sirvió en la cena de Porfirio Díaz para el centenario de la Independencia?

Angel de la Independencia 1909.

Angel de la Independencia 1909.

Leaving Parkland Hospital after the death of the President, Attorney General and brother-in-law Robert F. Kennedy right behind her. Several times Jackie was offered a washcloth and a change of clothes, but she said, “No. Let them see what they’ve done to Jack.”

Leaving Parkland Hospital after the death of the President, Attorney General and brother-in-law Robert F. Kennedy right behind her. Several times Jackie was offered a washcloth and a change of clothes, but she said, “No.

Unlike her composure during the late President’s funeral, Jackie Kennedy Onassis, broke down in tears in 1972 when she visited his grave, openly weeping in a way she never had at the time of the President’s funeral and burial nine years earlier. She ignored the photographers who snapped away at her which suggested it was proof that she still grieved more for her first husband than she loved her second husband.

Unlike her composure during the late President’s funeral, Jackie Kennedy Onassis, broke down in tears in 1972 when she visited his grave, openly weeping in a way she never had at the time of the President’s funeral and burial nine years earlier.

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