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The Power of Place: Versailles: Historic photo of WWII American soldier in the Hall of Mirrors, Versailles, 1944

Remembering War in a Hall of Mirrors at Versailles

“A Yank in Versailles” Photograph shows Private Gordon Conrey of Milford New Hampshire, one of the first Americans to visit Versailles after its liberation, standing in the hall of mirrors.

Johnny Appleseed's tombstone in the Archer family cemetery in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

Fort Wayne, Indiana - Gravesite of Johnny Appleseed, 1774 – 1845 "Oh the Lord is good to me.and so I thank the Lord for giving me the things I need the sun and the rain and the appleseed.

American soldiers on furlough in Paris

American soldiers on furlough in Paris

by George Silk. Soldiers wander through the bombed-out Cathedral of Cologne, 1945. Reminds me of a scene where Pagan tries to hide out in a (smaller) bombed out church in Berlin. so much destruction.

Like most of those who study history, he learned from the mistakes of the past how to make new ones. Taylor – George Silk - Soldiers wander through the bombed-out Cathedral of Cologne, 1945

* Milan, Setembro de 1943. Besetzung durch SS- Leibstandarte "Adolf Hitler" - 1st SS Panzer Division.

Milano Italy 1943 A German tank in Piazza del Duomo - Americans don't understand war the way Europeans do.

5th Army soldiers study a map of Rome. In background is the ruins of the Coliseum. Italy

Gloss Photo World War 2 Famous Places 32 for Like the Gloss Photo World War 2 Famous Places Get it at

Versailles   Royal Chapel

Where Marie Antoinette & Louis XVI were married - Royal Chapel at Versailles

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Two GIs stand inside the Church of Méautis with Father Lecointe, the priest of the ruined church, 27 june

Charles Dickens -- Visitors will be able to wander the rooms of historic Gad's Hill Place, in Higham, Kent, where Dickens penned some of his best-loved works from 1857 until his death in 1870.

Not a Bleak House: Last home of Charles Dickens opens to the public for the first time

Charles Dickens -- Visitors will be able to wander the rooms of historic Gad's Hill Place, in Higham, Kent, where Dickens penned some of his best-loved works from 1857 until his death in

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