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Фото К.К.Рокоссовский. - Февраль 1944 года. Белорусский фронт Рокоссовского переименован в 1-й Белорусский. Брать Берлин в 1945 фронт будет уже с командующим Жуковым. Позже в 1962 г. (?), когда Хрущев попросил написать К. К. Рокоссовского о Сталине что-нибудь да почерней он отказал ему в этом, заявив: «Никита Сергеевич, товарищ Сталин для меня святой»

At two years old, this is the earliest known photo of Elvis. (The Elvis Encyclopedia)

Baby cages used to ensure that children get enough sunlight and fresh air when living in an apartment building, 1937 - 25 Rare Historical Photos Youve Probably Never Seen Before Part 3 Best of Web Shrine

Major Richard "Dick" Winters. Commander of Easy Company, 2nd Battalion, 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division.


Eating for Victory: original Second World War ration recipes

Eating for Victory: original Second World War ration recipes - Telegraph

The open bomb bay of an Avro Lancaster with munitions used for industrial demolition (Bomber Command executive codeword "Abnormal"). The bomber was from No. 9 Squadron RAF at Bardney, Lincolnshire, preparing for a night raid on Stettin, Germany (January 5, 1944). The full ordnance load consisted of 14 1,000-pound high-explosive bombs.

DeForest Kelley-Army Air Forces-WW2-First Motion Picture Unit 1943-46

Terry Thomas was born Thomas Terry Hoar Stevens in London in 1911. An English comic actor, he made his first film in 1933. He joined Ensa on the outbreak of War but was called up in 1942, joining the Royal Corps of Signals. In 1943 he joined a Stars In Battledress Unit serving with them in North West Europe.He was demobbed as a Sergeant in 1946. He went into T.V starring in the first British T.V sitcom in 1949 before moving into comedy films in the 1950`s.

In 1939 Britain was reliant on cheap imports of food from overseas, and only 30 per cent of food was home-produced. The introduction of rationing by the Ministry of Food was therefore inevitable in January 1940. By 1943 there were over 1.4 million allotments, producing over a million tons of vegetables that year.