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Hermann Goering juring WW1

Started colorization of Hermann Goering during World War Sorry for re-upload but the image quality was terrible on first tries.

Amy Beechey, British mother who lost five sons in WW1, the full tragic story here. How did she ever carry on?

The mother who lost five sons: On Armistice Day, the heartbreaking story of the biggest loss by a British family in the Great War

Amy Beechey, British mother who lost five sons in the full tragic story here. How did she ever carry on?Women/Mothers are incredibly strong beings!

This photo provided by the Buckles Family shows Frank Buckles' enlistment photo into the U.S. Army August 1917. Frank Woodruff Buckles is the last known living American-born veteran of World War I

St. Helena teens interview last WWI vet in U.S.

Frank Woodruff Buckles (born Wood Buckles, February 1901 – February was the last surviving American veteran of World War I.

French postcard - WWI soldier in uniform - Antique hand tinted postcard - 1910's…

French postcard - WWI soldier in uniform - Antique hand tinted postcard - 1910's - A037

(WW-I Army Nurse - 1918), via Flickr.

1918 - WWI Army Nurse photograph taken in New York before she was sent to work…

Field Marshall Goering, 1934 - he looks like a freakish clown here and otherwise - Stock Photo - Corbis

Field Marshall Goering, 1934 - he looks like a freakish clown here and otherwise - Stock Photo - Corbis

WWI British soldiers by hoosiermarine, via Flickr

BEF - Two British privates wearing Service Dress Jackets - British Pattern - 5 Front Buttons; and Rifle Patches above Breast Pockets.

Eddie Rickenbacker, Fighter Ace and Medal of Honor Recipient

This vintage World War I photo features Fighter Ace and Medal of Honor Recipient, Eddie Rickenbacker. Celebrate and American History with this digitally restored poster from The War Is Hell Store.

693 x 900 pixels - 70 KB Hermann Göring on what appears to be a subsequent day after his surrendered, sitting down with Major Paul Kubala fr...

693 x 900 pixels - 70 KB Hermann Göring on what appears to be a subsequent day after his surrendered, sitting down with Major Paul Kubala fr.

✠ Max Immelmann (21 September 1890 – 18 June 1916)

Max Immelmann September 1890 – 18 June was the first German World War I flying ace.

Arch war criminal - Herman Goering arrives at the place of detention in Augsburg on May 14, 1945.  Expecting to be treated like royalty he was eventually imprisoned in a  simple prison cell and escaped the noose by taking cyanide the day before his execution.

Arch war criminal - Herman Goering arrives at the place of detention in Augsburg on May Expecting to be treated like royalty he was eventually imprisoned in a simple prison cell and escaped the noose by taking cyanide the day before his execution.

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