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Brief History of Samurai Warriors [Infographic] – katana Ronin Samurai, Samurai Art, Samurai Warrior, Samurai Drawing, Samurai Tattoo, Kendo, Aikido, Japanese Culture, Japanese Art

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The samurai were highly skilled Japanese warriors that hailed from noble families and served the local lords. These warriors were experts in Martial Arts. Out of the four main classes in ancient Japan - samurais, farmers, artisans and merchants - the samurai were the highest.

This is a photo of the nazi party honouring hitler for his birthday. It is credible because it shows many soldiers saluting hitler. This changed the worlds identity because hitler has caused lots of devastation around the world World History, World War Ii, Ww2 History, History Photos, The Third Reich, Interesting History, Military History, 50th Birthday, Historical Photos

Soldiers goose-step past the Führer in honor of Hitler's 50th birthday, April 20, 1939. Less than five months later, on September 1, the Third Reich's forces invaded Poland; on September 3, England and France declared war on Germany. The Second World War had begun.

Участничка във Френската Съпротива / Un autre héros de la Résistance française pendant la Seconde Guerre mondiale et… Women In History, World History, World War Ii, French Resistance, Nazi Propaganda, Interesting History, Before Us, Military History, Wwii

Another hero of the French Resistance during World War II and decorated for saving the lives of U.S. soldiers shot down behind enemy lines was Micheline Blum-Picard. Only eighteen-years-old when she first became involved in the Resistance, Blum-Picard started by carrying messages taped to her back and then progressed to photographing inside factories damaged by bombing raids By D-Day, however, she was carrying a rifle, a pistol, and a hand grenade wherever she went.

The Dirlewangers, Waffen Grenadier Division of the SS), a military unit of the Waffen-SS, often wore masks in late early due to the pictures taken of them during the Warsaw Uprising in August Ww2 History, World History, Military History, World War Ii, Warsaw Uprising, German Army, Interesting History, Luftwaffe, War Machine

The Dirlewangers, (36th Waffen Grenadier Division of the SS), a military unit of the Waffen-SS, often wore masks in late 1944, early 1945, due to the pictures taken of them during the Warsaw Uprising in August 1944. The Dirlewangers were the most criminal and heinous SS unit in Hitler's war machine.

Joseph Stalin was the dictator of Russia during the WWII. George Patton, Joseph Stalin, Russian Revolution, Second World, World History, Moustache, World War Two, Churchill, World Leaders

Joseph Stalin (1878-1953) was the leader of Russia during the WWII. He would stop at nothing to get absolute power and to do so he started the Great Purge (1937-38), a policy of killing anyone who threatened his power. He made a deal with Hitler (1939) to split up their spheres of influence in Eastern Europe when WWII began. Russia became a part of Allied Forces in 1943 when Hitler attacked them.

Give 'em hell, Navy! Good men -- working together. This WWII Poster from the General Motors Eastern Aircraft Division shows a factory worker shaking the hand of a Navy pilot. Ww2 Propaganda Posters, Pilot, Vintage Airplanes, Poster Ads, Working Together, Nose Art, Military Art, Navy Military, Japan

Good Men Working Together

Give 'em hell, Navy! We'll give you the best we've got. Eastern Aircraft. Good men -- working together. This WWII Poster from the General Motors Eastern Aircraft Division shows a factory worker shaking the hand of a Navy pilot. Vintage WWII Poster.

We remember the fallen: World War II American propaganda posters Vintage Ads, Vintage Posters, Vintage Signs, Mini Poster, Ww2 Propaganda Posters, Political Posters, Les Aliens, History Magazine, Modern History

Have You Really Tried to Save Gas?

Have you really tried to save gas by getting into a car club? This vintage WWII poster encourages the home front viewer to join a car club in order to conserve fuel. A soldier is pictured looking straight ahead while the text asks the viewer if they've done enough to save gas. Illustrated by Harold Von Schmidt, 1944.

Bristol: Commodore Jake Moores inspects The 'Shroud of the Somme' installation at Bristol Cathedral today, which depicts 19000 men who died at the Battle of the Somme Bristol Cathedral, Benedictine Monks, Battle Of The Somme, Armistice Day, Wwi, Wonderful Images, Britain, Sick, History

Map shows the towns where WWI wiped out entire circles of friends

More than 700,000 British soldiers lost their lives in the First World War but the level of loss was significantly higher in some areas than others with the north and Scotland the hardest hit.

A map shows the ten places that saw the most men die in battle. While it was the big cities that lost the highest numbers of men, it was the smaller northern England and Scottish towns that saw entire generations completely wiped out Glasgow, Edinburgh, Tens Place, Circle Of Friends, Northern England, British Soldier, Wipe Out, World War I, Durham

Map shows the towns where WWI wiped out entire circles of friends

More than 700,000 British soldiers lost their lives in the First World War but the level of loss was significantly higher in some areas than others with the north and Scotland the hardest hit.

Men advancing during the Somme. Many Pals Battalions did not see their first action until the first day of the Battle of the Somme on July The offensive lasted almost five months and more than one million men died World War One, First World, Schlacht An Der Somme, Beaumont Hamel, Battle Of The Somme, Flanders Field, History Online, History Channel, Military History

Map shows the towns where WWI wiped out entire circles of friends

More than 700,000 British soldiers lost their lives in the First World War but the level of loss was significantly higher in some areas than others with the north and Scotland the hardest hit.

The road to Guillemont viewed from Waterlot Farm during the Battle of the Somme, 11 September Brooks Ernest (Lt) World War One, First World, Schlacht An Der Somme, Battle Of The Somme, 11. September, History Of Photography, War Photography, Man Of War, British Soldier

Map shows the towns where WWI wiped out entire circles of friends

More than 700,000 British soldiers lost their lives in the First World War but the level of loss was significantly higher in some areas than others with the north and Scotland the hardest hit.

Britain did not have a large or constrcripted ary at the beginning of WWI. Heavy recruitment of young and untrained men took place all over the country but was particularly prevalent in the North and Scotland World War One, First World, Battle Of The Somme, Flanders Field, History Images, British Soldier, Wipe Out, Lest We Forget, Military History

Map shows the towns where WWI wiped out entire circles of friends

More than 700,000 British soldiers lost their lives in the First World War but the level of loss was significantly higher in some areas than others with the north and Scotland the hardest hit.

Панчево: A man works the field during the NATO bombing of his country, here targeting the local oil refinery causing it to release toxic clouds that dangerously pollute the air. Oil Refinery, The Locals, Fields, Country Roads, Clouds, Photography, War, Fotografie, Fotografia

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Панчево: A man works the field during the NATO bombing of his country, here targeting the local oil refinery causing it to release toxic clouds that dangerously pollute the air.

Seeking superior fine art prints of Gassed, the First World War by John Singer Sargent? Francisco Goya, World War One, First World, Bastet, Google Art Project, Reproduction, Art Uk, Oeuvre D'art, American Artists

At the Sharp End

This is the side blog of @duxbelisarius - This is where I'll be posting my answers from reddit/r/AskHistorians, as well as other military history stuff, mostly from the two World Wars - Feel free to...

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