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These women were bad ass. They were pilots during WWII: Frances Green, Margaret (Peg) Kirchner, Ann Waldner and Blanche Osborn leaving their plane, Pistol Packin Mama...

Four pilots leaving their plane, "Pistol Packin' Mama" at the four-engine school at Lockbourne AAF, Ohio, during WASP ferry training Flying Fortress. "Pistol Packin Mama" was a AF assigned to the BG flying out of Italy during

"Lumber Jills" of the Women's Timber Corps.  While the Land Girls harvested crops, the Lumber Jills harvested timber. For the most part, their uniforms were identical to the Land Girls, with the exception of their headgear (green berets instead of brown hats) and their branch specific badge.

Land Girls

Oft forgotten heroines on -Lumberjills of The Women's Timber Corps. Like the many other amazing heroines of their time, the ladies of the Women’s Timber Corps stepped in, in order to keep the industry, and country, moving while the men were off at war.

The first Afghan female pilot. Let me repeat, first. Afghan. Female. Pilot. Yeah, its pretty impressive. (And sexism is  dumb.)

The first Afghan female pilot…

Funny pictures about The first Afghan female pilot. Oh, and cool pics about The first Afghan female pilot. Also, The first Afghan female pilot.

1918 ~ American soldiers paying tribute to all the horses that lost their life in World War I.

Camp Cody, New Mexico, 650 officers and enlisted men of the Auxiliary Remount Depot No a cavalry unit, created this human horse head in tribute to the horses lost in WWI.

Abraham Lincoln Ghostbuster - La boite verte

An extremely rare photograph of President Abraham Lincoln taken during his brief yet memorable stint as a paranormal investigator and eliminator circa 1864

Pearl Harbor statistics. The Americans were bombed by the Japanese. This took place in Hawaii. December 7, 1941 was the date. The Japanese attacked as revenge for when the Americans attacked Manchuria.

Remembering Pearl Harbor~~~Our Dad was a Pearl Harbor Survivor~~~he was on the USS Nevada~~Dec. 1941 We will never forget!

WASP pilot

Women in WWII ~ women airforce service pilot Above: Nancy Harkness Love, an American pilot and Commander of the Women's Auxiliary Ferrying Squadron -- which was later absorbed into the Women's Airforce Service Pilots -- walks across a tarmac in England.

American aviator Amelia Earhart (1898-1937), smiling as she stands near her plane sometime in the 1930s.

Iconic photos tucked away in mountain mine

Amelia Earhart was the first female aviator to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean. Attempting to fly around the world, on June Earhart and her navigator, Fred Noonan, departed from Miami with great fanfare. She disappeared on July

Nancy Nesbit, Pilot Trainee in Women's Flying Training Detachment, Sweetwater, TX

Interesting Photos of Women in World War II Nancy Nesbit, a pilot trainee in the Women's Flying Training Detachment checks with the control tower from the cockpit of her single engine Army trainer at Avenger Field in Texas

I was born way too late! Love this image,

Couple in Penn Station sharing farewell kiss before he ships off to war during WWII. (Photo by Alfred Eisenstaedt/Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images) Jan 1943

The child of a KKK member approaches a black state trooper in 1992. This proves racism is a learned trained emotion.

A small white boy touches the riot shield of a black state trooper at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Atlanta, Georgia, 1992 Hard to believe this was taken Raising children in hate.

Type of Source: Picture from mollymakingmoney.wix.com Date of Origin: 1920's Women's suffrage became a large issue in the 1920's to 30's. Women had to fight for their rights to vote and even to be classified as 'persons' In 1916 Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta gave women the provincial vote, later in 1917 Ontario and BC followed. In May of 1918 all Canadian women were granted the right to vote, except Quebec.   Anderson, Doris. "Status of women." The Canadian Encyclopedia. 2/07/06.

Women were reviled, kicked, beaten, ostracized and battled so women could vote. Don't disrespect their sacrifice by not exercising your vote -- every time you have the chance. -- "An American suffragette proclaiming 'Women! Use your vote,' circa "

Iconic photograph: "Wait For Me Daddy," by Claude P. Dettloff, October 1, 1940: A line of soldiers march in British Columbia on their way to a waiting train as five-year-old Whitey Bernard tugs away from his mother's hand to reach out for his father. (H/t Jodi P)  Via: vancouverhistory.ca

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WWII goodbyes “Wait For Me Daddy,” by Claude P. Dettloff, October A line of soldiers march in British Columbia on their way to a waiting train as five-year-old Whitey Bernard tugs away from his mother’s hand to reach out for his father.