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40 das mais poderosas e emocionantes fotos já tiradas no mundo

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The Navajo Code Talkers

A MEMORIAL DAY SALUTE TO THE NAVAJO CODE TALKERS: Let me tell you a little bit about some real American heroes . . .the U.S. Marines known as the Navajo Code Talkers. They were a small group of Marines who created an unbreakable code from the ancient language of their people and changed the course of modern history. READ THEIR INSPIRATIONAL STORY IN MY BLOG TODAY! https://stargazermercantile.com/navajo-code-talkers/ #MemorialDay #veterans #navajo #heroes

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40 das mais poderosas e emocionantes fotos já tiradas no mundo

<b>Uma comovente coleção de fotografias icônicas dos últimos 100 anos que demonstra o coração partido da perda, o tremendo poder da lealdade e o triunfo do espírito humano. Aviso: algumas farão você chorar.</b>

They had never even met. One of the most famous kisses, and it was a whim, spur of the moment. So cute ♥touched my heart

Um soldado no Vietname em 1965, no seu capacete diz “A guerra é o Inferno”.

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61 Must-See Shocking Historical Photos

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Liberation of the Dachau concentration camp. Photograph by Lee Miller

Lt. Winston Churchill - February 1895 (He wears a black armband in acknowledgement of his father Lord Randolph Churchill who died the previous month)

Today in World War 2 History, January 9, 1943: Himmler visits Warsaw and orders 8,000 Jews deported from the ghetto. A few weeks later, on Jan 18, the uprising started. It was ended April 19-May 16 with a murderous leveling of the entire area, the demolition of virtually every building and the elimination of 56,000 people. See "Warsaw Ghetto Uprising" on Wikipedia for an amazing panorama photo of the devastation.

Bataan Death March, 1942 - the forcible transfer, by the Imperial Japanese Army, of 76,000 American and Filipino prisoners of war after the three-month Battle of Bataan in the Philippines during World War II, which resulted in the deaths of thousands of prisoners.