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Spring Hill, Florida, December 17, 2016:   During a Wreaths Across America ceremony, a sergeant (center) of the Army National Guard, placed a wreath on the grave of  a US Navy WWII Veteran. He was accompanied by his wife, and their children, age 5, age 3, and age 1, (left to right) during the event at Florida Hills Memorial Gardens.   ©Tampa Bay Times / Lance Rothstein / The Image Works
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Spring Hill, Florida, December 17, 2016: During a Wreaths Across America ceremony, a sergeant (center) of the Army National Guard, placed a wreath on the grave of a US Navy WWII Veteran. He was accompanied by his wife, and their children, age 5, age 3, and age 1, (left to right) during the event at Florida Hills Memorial Gardens. ©Tampa Bay Times / Lance Rothstein / The Image Works
History. 20th century - Second World War (1939 - 1945), Yalta conference in February 1945, it was the meeting between Roosevelt, Churchill and Stalin at the conference held in Livadia  ,   ©Index/The Image Works - LowRes Image Allow 24to48 hours for HiRes Delivery
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History. 20th century - Second World War (1939 - 1945), Yalta conference in February 1945, it was the meeting between Roosevelt, Churchill and Stalin at the conference held in Livadia , ©Index/The Image Works - LowRes Image Allow 24to48 hours for HiRes Delivery
History. France. 20th Century - Private reception hosted by General Charles De Gaulle to the French colony at the Savoy Hotel in Keystone, commemorating the day of the Bastille taking  ,   ©Image - Index/The Image Works - LowRes Image Allow 24to48 hours for HiRes Delivery
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History. France. 20th Century - Private reception hosted by General Charles De Gaulle to the French colony at the Savoy Hotel in Keystone, commemorating the day of the Bastille taking , ©Image - Index/The Image Works - LowRes Image Allow 24to48 hours for HiRes Delivery
History. France. 20th century - Second World War, General Charles De Gaulle at the exit of the War Office, June 6, 1940  ,   ©Image - Index/The Image Works - LowRes Image Allow 24to48 hours for HiRes Delivery
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History. France. 20th century - Second World War, General Charles De Gaulle at the exit of the War Office, June 6, 1940 , ©Image - Index/The Image Works - LowRes Image Allow 24to48 hours for HiRes Delivery
History. Italy. 20th century - World War II (1939-1945). Allied troops advancing towards Capua (October 1943)  ,   ©Image - Index/The Image Works - LowRes Image Allow 24to48 hours for HiRes Delivery
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History. Italy. 20th century - World War II (1939-1945). Allied troops advancing towards Capua (October 1943) , ©Image - Index/The Image Works - LowRes Image Allow 24to48 hours for HiRes Delivery
History. Spain. Germany. 20th century - Second World War, the Blue Division marches to Germany to fight on the Russian front, July 13, 1941  ,   ©Image - Index/The Image Works - LowRes Image Allow 24to48 hours for HiRes Delivery
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History. Spain. Germany. 20th century - Second World War, the Blue Division marches to Germany to fight on the Russian front, July 13, 1941 , ©Image - Index/The Image Works - LowRes Image Allow 24to48 hours for HiRes Delivery
History. Spain - Germany. 20th century - Second World War, book published in Spain on the Blue Division, which fought alongside German troops on the Russian front, 1943  ,   ©Image - Index/The Image Works - LowRes Image Allow 24to48 hours for HiRes Delivery
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History. Spain - Germany. 20th century - Second World War, book published in Spain on the Blue Division, which fought alongside German troops on the Russian front, 1943 , ©Image - Index/The Image Works - LowRes Image Allow 24to48 hours for HiRes Delivery
"Good Hunting. Mussolini. 'All right, Adolf - I never heard a shot.'" from Punch 1938  TopFoto/ The Image Works
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"Good Hunting. Mussolini. 'All right, Adolf - I never heard a shot.'"
from Punch 1938 TopFoto/ The Image Works
'He Led Our Liberating Armies to Victory', 1945. Artist: Unknown. 'He Led Our Liberating Armies to Victory', 1942. Dwight David Ike Eisenhower (1890-1969), Supreme Allied Commander of the Allied Expeditionary Force during World War II. From The War Illustrated Volume 9 edited by Sir John Hammerton. [The Amalgamated Press Ltd, London, 1945]. (Colorised black and white print). ©Print Collector / Heritage / The Image Works
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'He Led Our Liberating Armies to Victory', 1945. Artist: Unknown. 'He Led Our Liberating Armies to Victory', 1942. Dwight David Ike Eisenhower (1890-1969), Supreme Allied Commander of the Allied Expeditionary Force during World War II. From The War Illustrated Volume 9 edited by Sir John Hammerton. [The Amalgamated Press Ltd, London, 1945]. (Colorised black and white print). ©Print Collector / Heritage / The Image Works
Paper seller down in the underground, London, c.1940. Artist: Unknown. Paper seller down in the underground, London. c.1940. (Colorised black and white print). ©Print Collector / Heritage / The Image Works
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Paper seller down in the underground, London, c.1940. Artist: Unknown. Paper seller down in the underground, London. c.1940. (Colorised black and white print). ©Print Collector / Heritage / The Image Works
'Mr. Churchill's V.E. Day Broadcast', 1945 (1955). Artist: Unknown. 'Mr. Churchill's V.E. Day Broadcast', 1945 (1955). Mr. Churchill broadcast end of hostilities of WWII, one minute after midnight, although 'ceasefire' had been sounded along the front.  Millions of people rejoiced in the news that Germany had surrendered, relieved the intense strain of total war was finally over. From Churchill: The Man of the Century - A Pictorial Biography, edited by Neil Ferrier. [L.T.A. Robinson Limited, London, 1955]. (Colorised black and white print). ©Print Collector / Heritage / The Image Works
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'Mr. Churchill's V.E. Day Broadcast', 1945 (1955). Artist: Unknown. 'Mr. Churchill's V.E. Day Broadcast', 1945 (1955). Mr. Churchill broadcast end of hostilities of WWII, one minute after midnight, although 'ceasefire' had been sounded along the front. Millions of people rejoiced in the news that Germany had surrendered, relieved the intense strain of total war was finally over. From Churchill: The Man of the Century - A Pictorial Biography, edited by Neil Ferrier. [L.T.A. Robinson Limited, London, 1955]. (Colorised black and white print). ©Print Collector / Heritage / The Image Works
Charles Andre Joseph Marie De Gaulle, 1940. Artist: Unknown. Charles Andre Joseph Marie De Gaulle, 1940. De Gaulle (1890-1970}, French soldier, statesman and author in uniform as a General. During WWII  he was leader of the Free French and in 1944, after the liberation, he became head of the provisional government. In December 1958 he was elected first president of the Fifth Republic. (Colorised black and white print). ©Print Collector / Heritage / The Image Works
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Charles Andre Joseph Marie De Gaulle, 1940. Artist: Unknown. Charles Andre Joseph Marie De Gaulle, 1940. De Gaulle (1890-1970}, French soldier, statesman and author in uniform as a General. During WWII he was leader of the Free French and in 1944, after the liberation, he became head of the provisional government. In December 1958 he was elected first president of the Fifth Republic. (Colorised black and white print). ©Print Collector / Heritage / The Image Works
Neville Chamberlain (1869-1940), British prime minister, c1930s (1936). Artist: Unknown. Neville Chamberlain (1869-1940), British prime minister, c1930s (1936). Following his election to parliament in 1918, Chamberlain served as postmaster general (1922-23), minister of health (1923, 1924-29, and 1931), and chancellor of the Exchequer (1923-24 and 1931-37) before he succeeded Stanley Baldwin as prime minister. His policy of appeasement toward Adolf Hitler's Germany culminated in the Munich Pact of September 1938, after which Chamberlain returned home proclaiming peace for our time. Later he recognized the failure of his policy and vowed support for Poland. After Germany's invasion of that country, Chamberlain led Britain into the war against the aggressor. He was forced to resign in May 1940 and was succeeded by Sir Winston Churchill. He served in Churchill's cabinet as lord president of the council until October 1940, when illness forced his resignation. He died the following month. From His Majesty the King, 1910-1935, introduction by HW Wilson (Associated Newspapers Ltd, London, 1936). (Colorised black and white print). ©Print Collector / Heritage / The Image Works
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Neville Chamberlain (1869-1940), British prime minister, c1930s (1936). Artist: Unknown. Neville Chamberlain (1869-1940), British prime minister, c1930s (1936). Following his election to parliament in 1918, Chamberlain served as postmaster general (1922-23), minister of health (1923, 1924-29, and 1931), and chancellor of the Exchequer (1923-24 and 1931-37) before he succeeded Stanley Baldwin as prime minister. His policy of appeasement toward Adolf Hitler's Germany culminated in the Munich Pact of September 1938, after which Chamberlain returned home proclaiming peace for our time. Later he recognized the failure of his policy and vowed support for Poland. After Germany's invasion of that country, Chamberlain led Britain into the war against the aggressor. He was forced to resign in May 1940 and was succeeded by Sir Winston Churchill. He served in Churchill's cabinet as lord president of the council until October 1940, when illness forced his resignation. He died the following month. From His Majesty the King, 1910-1935, introduction by HW Wilson (Associated Newspapers Ltd, London, 1936). (Colorised black and white print). ©Print Collector / Heritage / The Image Works
'The 8th Army commander Bernard Law Montgomery', 1942. Artists: Sir John Alexander Hammerton, Unknown. 'The 8th Army commander Bernard Law Montgomery', 1942. Field Marshal Bernard Law Montgomery, 1st Viscount Montgomery of Alamein (1887-1976), nicknamed Monty and the Spartan General, British Army officer. From The War Illustrated Volume 6 edited by Sir John Hammerton. [The Amalgamated Press Ltd, London, 1942]. (Colorised black and white print). ©Print Collector / Heritage / The Image Works
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'The 8th Army commander Bernard Law Montgomery', 1942. Artists: Sir John Alexander Hammerton, Unknown. 'The 8th Army commander Bernard Law Montgomery', 1942. Field Marshal Bernard Law Montgomery, 1st Viscount Montgomery of Alamein (1887-1976), nicknamed Monty and the Spartan General, British Army officer. From The War Illustrated Volume 6 edited by Sir John Hammerton. [The Amalgamated Press Ltd, London, 1942]. (Colorised black and white print). ©Print Collector / Heritage / The Image Works
Amy Johnson, pilot, c1930s (1936). Artist: Unknown. Amy Johnson, British aviator, c1920s-c1930s (1936). Johnson created a new record for a solo flight from London to Cape Town, completing the trip in 4 days, 6 hours and 54 minutes, beating her husband James Mollison's record by 10 hours, 28 minutes. In 1930 she became the first woman to fly solo from Britain to Australia in her DH60 Moth aeroplane 'Jason' and in 1933 she flew non-stop across the Atlantic in a De Havilland biplane with Mollison. Johnson joined the Air Transport Auxilary as a pilot in World War II, during which she was lost after baling out over the Thames estuary. From His Majesty the King, 1910-1935, introduction by HW Wilson (Associated Newspapers Ltd, London, 1936). (Colorised black and white print). ©Print Collector / Heritage / The Image Works
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Amy Johnson, pilot, c1930s (1936). Artist: Unknown. Amy Johnson, British aviator, c1920s-c1930s (1936). Johnson created a new record for a solo flight from London to Cape Town, completing the trip in 4 days, 6 hours and 54 minutes, beating her husband James Mollison's record by 10 hours, 28 minutes. In 1930 she became the first woman to fly solo from Britain to Australia in her DH60 Moth aeroplane 'Jason' and in 1933 she flew non-stop across the Atlantic in a De Havilland biplane with Mollison. Johnson joined the Air Transport Auxilary as a pilot in World War II, during which she was lost after baling out over the Thames estuary. From His Majesty the King, 1910-1935, introduction by HW Wilson (Associated Newspapers Ltd, London, 1936). (Colorised black and white print). ©Print Collector / Heritage / The Image Works
Singapore: December, 27, 2016.  Public housing in the Tiong Bahru area of Singapore. The housing in the area was built after World War II, when Singapore was still a British colony.         © Jack Kurtz / The Image Works
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Singapore: December, 27, 2016. Public housing in the Tiong Bahru area of Singapore. The housing in the area was built after World War II, when Singapore was still a British colony. © Jack Kurtz / The Image Works
Lovers in Hyde Park.  May 1947  © Topfoto/ The Image Works
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Lovers in Hyde Park.
May 1947 © Topfoto/ The Image Works
Germany, III. (1933-45), 2. WW: Persecution of jews: One of the 'gas vans' (developed and constucted by the department IID of RSHA (Reich Security Head Office)  under leadership of SS-officer (Standartenfuehrer) Walter Rauff) destined for extermination of jews in occupied aereas of Poland and Soviet Union) since 1939. picture taken in Kolo (disabled - in operation presumably in Chelmno near Lodz) - after end of war - 1945/46. 1941  ©dpa / ullstein bild / The Image Works
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Germany, III. (1933-45), 2. WW: Persecution of jews: One of the 'gas vans' (developed and constucted by the department IID of RSHA (Reich Security Head Office)
under leadership of SS-officer (Standartenfuehrer) Walter Rauff) destined for extermination of jews in occupied aereas of Poland and Soviet Union) since 1939.
picture taken in Kolo (disabled - in operation presumably in Chelmno near Lodz) - after end of war - 1945/46. 1941 ©dpa / ullstein bild / The Image Works
Second World War Gunner, c1940s, (c1990-2010). Artist: Graham Sumner. Second World War Gunner, c1940s, (c1990-2010). Reconstruction drawing of army gunner stationed at Tynemouth Priory and Castle, Tyne and Wear during Second World War. ©Historic England / Heritage / The Image Works
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Second World War Gunner, c1940s, (c1990-2010). Artist: Graham Sumner. Second World War Gunner, c1940s, (c1990-2010). Reconstruction drawing of army gunner stationed at Tynemouth Priory and Castle, Tyne and Wear during Second World War. ©Historic England / Heritage / The Image Works
Bofors gun, Pendennis Castle, c1943, (c1990-2010) Artist: Ivan Lapper. Pendennis Castle, Cornwall, c1943, (c1990-2010).  Reconstruction drawing of Bofors gun position - Half Moon Battery c.1943. Pendennis Castle was an artillery fort constructed by Henry VIII near Falmouth, Cornwall, England between 1540 and 1542 by John Killigrew and gfeatured in the English Civil War and Second World War. The castle is managed by English Heritage as a tourist attraction ©Historic England / Heritage / The Image Works
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Bofors gun, Pendennis Castle, c1943, (c1990-2010) Artist: Ivan Lapper. Pendennis Castle, Cornwall, c1943, (c1990-2010). Reconstruction drawing of Bofors gun position - Half Moon Battery c.1943. Pendennis Castle was an artillery fort constructed by Henry VIII near Falmouth, Cornwall, England between 1540 and 1542 by John Killigrew and gfeatured in the English Civil War and Second World War. The castle is managed by English Heritage as a tourist attraction ©Historic England / Heritage / The Image Works
Dover Castle Wartime Tunnels, c1990-2010. Artist: Unknown. Dover Castle, Kent, c1990-2010. Hellfire Corner. View of the Second World War Anti-Aircraft Control Room in the Secret Wartime Tunnels. Medieval castle in Dover, Kent, founded in 11th century and described as the Key to England due to its defensive significance ©Historic England / Heritage / The Image Works
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Dover Castle Wartime Tunnels, c1990-2010. Artist: Unknown. Dover Castle, Kent, c1990-2010. Hellfire Corner. View of the Second World War Anti-Aircraft Control Room in the Secret Wartime Tunnels. Medieval castle in Dover, Kent, founded in 11th century and described as the Key to England due to its defensive significance ©Historic England / Heritage / The Image Works
'Churchill in Cairo, with Ethiopian Emperor, Haile Selassie', 1943, (1945). Sir Winston Churchill with Haile Selassie during the former's visit to Cairo on his way back from the 'Yalta Conference' during the submission phases of World War II. From Winston Churchill: His Life in Pictures, by Ben Tucker. [Sagall Press, Ltd., London, 1945] ©Print Collector / Heritage / The Image Works
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'Churchill in Cairo, with Ethiopian Emperor, Haile Selassie', 1943, (1945). Sir Winston Churchill with Haile Selassie during the former's visit to Cairo on his way back from the 'Yalta Conference' during the submission phases of World War II. From Winston Churchill: His Life in Pictures, by Ben Tucker. [Sagall Press, Ltd., London, 1945] ©Print Collector / Heritage / The Image Works
Winston Churchill in the Cabinet Room of 10 Downing Street', c1940s, (1945). From Winston Churchill: His Life in Pictures, by Ben Tucker. [Sagall Press, Ltd., London, 1945] ©Print Collector / Heritage / The Image Works
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Winston Churchill in the Cabinet Room of 10 Downing Street', c1940s, (1945). From Winston Churchill: His Life in Pictures, by Ben Tucker. [Sagall Press, Ltd., London, 1945] ©Print Collector / Heritage / The Image Works
'The Big Three met at Teheran', 1943, (1945). The Tehran Conference (codenamed Eureka) was a strategy meeting of Joseph Stalin, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Winston Churchill from 28th November to 1st December, 1943. From Winston Churchill: His Life in Pictures, by Ben Tucker. [Sagall Press, Ltd., London, 1945] ©Print Collector / Heritage / The Image Works
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'The Big Three met at Teheran', 1943, (1945). The Tehran Conference (codenamed Eureka) was a strategy meeting of Joseph Stalin, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Winston Churchill from 28th November to 1st December, 1943. From Winston Churchill: His Life in Pictures, by Ben Tucker. [Sagall Press, Ltd., London, 1945] ©Print Collector / Heritage / The Image Works
'The maniac of Berchtesgaden had begun to run amuck', c1938, (1945). Adolf Hitler (1889-1945) leader of the Nazi Party, initiated World War II in Europe with the invasion of Poland in September 1939. From Winston Churchill: His Life in Pictures, by Ben Tucker. [Sagall Press, Ltd., London, 1945] ©Print Collector / Heritage / The Image Works
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'The maniac of Berchtesgaden had begun to run amuck', c1938, (1945). Adolf Hitler (1889-1945) leader of the Nazi Party, initiated World War II in Europe with the invasion of Poland in September 1939. From Winston Churchill: His Life in Pictures, by Ben Tucker. [Sagall Press, Ltd., London, 1945] ©Print Collector / Heritage / The Image Works

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