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jasta11:

A French bridge near Ham blown by the retreating Germans, 1917.

dont-harshmyvibe:

if you tickle me it’s either going to lead to kissing or an extreme act of violence

georgy-konstantinovich-zhukov:

Captured examples of the wide variety of Soviet and Chinese ‘hand-me-downs’ provided to the North Koreans in the late 1940s and early 1950s.
(National Archives)
Anonymous:
This is probably a weird compliment to give but oh my goodness, I want your cheek bones!! *_*
Me:

Haha not weird at all, thank you!

johanvandemerwe:

War Dog Training in Britain, C 1940
Two Canadian soldiers strap a basket to the back of an Airedale dog during a training exercise, somewhere in Britain. The basket contains carrier pigeons.
good-oldfashioned-villains:

Bane
elladastinkardiamou:

Athens. 1949
Photo by Dimitris Charisiadis
Benaki Museum Photographic archive
waffenss1972:

German «Scharnhorst» battleship in war patrol, the view from the deck 
sekigan:

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spikespiegell:

do ya ever bring your pet up to a mirror and ur like “that you”

flytofight:

Grumman TBM Avenger missing 1/3 of its wing after taking fire over Chichi Jima.
In the book “Flyboys” by James Bradley, the U.S Navy bombing raids on Chichi Jima were covered extensively.  In the photo above, Lt. Bob Kings avenger was hit by anti aircraft fire.  Losing control of his aircraft, he ordered his crew to bail out, while he was attempting to bail out himself, the aircraft righted itself and control was gained back.  The crew members were never recovered and Lt. King was devastated at the loss of his crew.  Although a tragic story, this photo represents the extremely rugged and reliable design of U.S Naval aircraft of the period.   
Anonymous:
I'd like to do Alderaan things with you in all the right ways
Me:

Smooth

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