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Femmes juives de Tunis, vers 1890 Libellés : photographie, Tunis, Tunisia, Tunisie, vintage photography

Femmes juives de Tunis, vers 1890 Libellés : photographie, Tunis, Tunisia, Tunisie, vintage photography

A sign stating “DAMN IT! SLOW DOWN: A TANK MAY BE COMING”, is posted at intersection in the American sector during the campaign to take the Anzio area in Italy from occupying German forces during World War II.

A sign reading “DAMN IT! SLOW DOWN: A TANK MAY BE COMING” is posted at intersection in the American sector during the campaign to take the Anzio area in Italy from occupying German forces during World War II, photographed by George Silk for LIFE Magazine.

Dubai Clock Tower 1971. Dubai Clocktower was designed by engineer Edgar Bublik, General Manager of Overseas AST, and constructed by an ECC local builder around 1964. By 1972 the monument had started to crack and corrode the steel reinforcements

Dubai before the boom: Staggering pictures show how emirate went from desert backwater to the Manhattan of the Middle East in just 50 years.

US Army soldiers who were taking a ride on camels stop and wave to a passing bomber in Tunisia.

US Army soldiers who were taking a ride on camels stop and wave to a passing bomber in Tunisia.

Charleville-Mézières (11 novembre 1918) - Pont du Chemin de fer ligne Hirson

Charleville-Mézières (11 novembre 1918) - Pont du Chemin de fer ligne Hirson

kohl eyebrows - painted facial tattoos - cone muslim women    crushevil.co.uk/blog/?p=500    All from Harquus: North African Women’s Traditional Body Art Volume 2: Paint (pdf) by Catherine Cartwright-Jones.

kohl eyebrows - painted facial tattoos - cone muslim women All from Harquus: North African Women’s Traditional Body Art Volume Paint (pdf) by Catherine Cartwright-Jones.

D-day beaches | Battlefields of World War II:67th Anniversary of D-Day Normandy Tour

Folds of Honor shares. On June 1944 - 70 years ago today - U. forces led the Allied invasion onto the beaches of Normandy. D-Day epitomizes the spirit, courage and power of the U. military and the Greatest Generation.

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