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The 12 Best World War II STD Posters

Booby Trap, 1940 During World War II, blame generally shifted from men to women in public health posters. STDs were depicted as loose and seductive female villains.

No pictures please | The troops of Unita (FALA) stop for fre… | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

No pictures please | The troops of Unita (FALA) stop for fre… | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

This flash video is a tribute to an Angolan patriot, who was killed in that country's civil war.

This flash video is a tribute to an Angolan patriot, who was killed in that country's civil war.

South African Scottish 1918

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End of Operation Savannah: The last South African troops cross the Cunene River bridge from Angola into South-west Africa on 27 March 1976.

End of Operation Savannah: The last South African troops cross the Cunene River bridge from Angola into South-west Africa on 27 March 1976.

Allied leaders - Lieutenant-General George Edwin Brink (27 September 1889- 30 April 1971) was a South African military commander. From 1940 to 1942, Brink commanded the 1st South African Division during the second East African Campaign. He also commanded the division during the Western Desert Campaign in North Africa. In 1942, Brink turned over command of the division to Dan Pienaar. Brink then commanded the Inland Area Command in South Africa from 1942 to 1944.

Allied leaders - Lieutenant-General George Edwin Brink (27 September 1889- 30 April 1971) was a South African military commander. From 1940 to 1942, Brink commanded the 1st South African Division during the second East African Campaign. He also commanded the division during the Western Desert Campaign in North Africa. In 1942, Brink turned over command of the division to Dan Pienaar. Brink then commanded the Inland Area Command in South Africa from 1942 to 1944.

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