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Prussian Artillery
(By Carl Becker, from the Anne S.K. Brown Military Collection)
Major, 1. Sächsisches Pionier-Bataillon Nr. 12
(By Carl Becker, from the Anne S.K. Brown Military Collection)


Major, 1. Sächsisches Pionier-Bataillon Nr. 12

(By Carl Becker, from the Anne S.K. Brown Military Collection)


Unteroffizier, Sächsisches 2. Ulanen-Regiment Nr. 18
(By Carl Becker, from the Anne S.K. Brown Military Collection)


Unteroffizier, Sächsisches 2. Ulanen-Regiment Nr. 18

(By Carl Becker, from the Anne S.K. Brown Military Collection)




Bavarian Light Cavalry

Leutnant, Bayerisches 4. Chevauleger-Regiment König

Trooper, Bayerisches 6. Chevauleger-Regiment Prinz Albrecht von Preussen

(By Carl Becker, from the Anne S.K. Brown Military Collection)


Leutnant, 1. Garde-Regiment zu Fuss
(By Carl Becker, from the Anne S.K. Brown Military Collection)


Leutnant, 1. Garde-Regiment zu Fuss

(By Carl Becker, from the Anne S.K. Brown Military Collection)


Sergeant, Grenadier-Regiment zu Pferde Freiherr von Derfflinger (Neumarkisches) Nr. 3
(By Carl Becker, from the Anne S.K. Brown Military Collection)


Sergeant, Grenadier-Regiment zu Pferde Freiherr von Derfflinger (Neumarkisches) Nr. 3

(By Carl Becker, from the Anne S.K. Brown Military Collection)


Commanding General and Staff
(By Carl Becker, from the Anne S.K. Brown Military Collection)


Commanding General and Staff

(By Carl Becker, from the Anne S.K. Brown Military Collection)


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mlarak answered your post: Next Topic?

If Im not too late, 19th Century Germans!

Winner. Stay tuned.

Jägerpatrouille
(By Carl Becker, from the Anne S.K. Brown Military Collection)


Jägerpatrouille

(By Carl Becker, from the Anne S.K. Brown Military Collection)


humanoidhistory:

A flood of Russian armored cars moves toward the front, October 19, 1941.
enfiladedefilade:

"The CIA officers admired Massoud greatly. They saw him as a Che Guevara figure, a great actor on history’s stage. Massoud was a poet, a military genius, a religious man, and a leader of enormous courage who defied death and accepted its inevitability, they thought. In his house there were thousands of books: Persian poetry, histories of the Afghan war in multiple languages, biographies of other military and guerilla leaders. In their meetings Massoud wove sophisticated, measured references to Afghan history and global politics into his arguments. He was quiet, forceful, reserved, and full of dignity, but also light in spirit. The CIA team had gone into the Panjshir as unabashed admirers of Massoud. Now their convictions deepened."Ghost Wars, Steve Coll 


enfiladedefilade:

"The CIA officers admired Massoud greatly. They saw him as a Che Guevara figure, a great actor on history’s stage. Massoud was a poet, a military genius, a religious man, and a leader of enormous courage who defied death and accepted its inevitability, they thought. In his house there were thousands of books: Persian poetry, histories of the Afghan war in multiple languages, biographies of other military and guerilla leaders. In their meetings Massoud wove sophisticated, measured references to Afghan history and global politics into his arguments. He was quiet, forceful, reserved, and full of dignity, but also light in spirit. The CIA team had gone into the Panjshir as unabashed admirers of Massoud. Now their convictions deepened."
Ghost Wars, Steve Coll 


Anonymous said: What do you have on the Falklands War?

Quite a lot actually! Enjoy!

humanoidhistory:

A Bell P-39 Airacobra fires all weapons during a test flight, 1941.
“A crew of Japanese evacuee farmers at work on a semi-automatic-feeding, rotary potato planter, on July 1, 1945, at the Tule Lake Relocation Center in Newell, California.”
(National Archives)


A crew of Japanese evacuee farmers at work on a semi-automatic-feeding, rotary potato planter, on July 1, 1945, at the Tule Lake Relocation Center in Newell, California.”

(National Archives)


“After the French Resistance staged an uprising on August 19, American and Free French troops made a peaceful entrance on August 25, 1944. Here, four days later, soldiers of Pennsylvania’s Twenty-eighth Infantry Division march along the Champs-Elysees, with the Arc de Triomphe in the background.”
(AP)


After the French Resistance staged an uprising on August 19, American and Free French troops made a peaceful entrance on August 25, 1944. Here, four days later, soldiers of Pennsylvania’s Twenty-eighth Infantry Division march along the Champs-Elysees, with the Arc de Triomphe in the background.”

(AP)


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