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Mameluk Guard (Mameluks de la Garde Imperialé) veteran of the Napoleonic Wars, 1858.

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A 13-year-old Palestinian boy lies dead on streets of Haifa during the civil war in Mandatory Palestine. Passing by him are British soldiers in the process of withdrawing from the Mandate, April 1948 .

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PFC George Kelly of Philadelphia near Bütgenbach, Belgium, in early January, 1945. Kelly was KIA a few days later on January 10, 1945.

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An officer halts traffic to make way for a cat carrying a kitten across the street, 1925

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Princess Lalla Fatima Zohra of Morocco before leaving for her wedding, 1949

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One of the oldest known photographs of Red Square. Moscow, 1856.

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The first Czechoslovakian president Tomas Garrigue Masaryk on his horse in the head of a morale-boosting military parade on the Wenceslas Square, Prague, held as a celebration of the 15th anniversary of the country's creation, 28th October 1933.

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IRA warnings on Lower Falls Road, West Belfast, March 1972. .

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US soldier “enjoying” C-ration ham slices in Vietnam, 1960s

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Polish Women's Auxiliary Service volunteers in Palestine, 1943. Polish 2nd Corps under the command of Gen. Władysław Anders. Photo by Press Service of Polish Army in the Middle East.

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"Father of the Hydrogen Bomb" Edward Teller poses next to the Soviet Tsar Bomba H-Bomb in Snezhinsk, Russia. 1994.

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