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Baltimore, From the vaults of the Baltimore Sun. Photos by Weyman Swagger, William L. LaForce, Paul Hutchins, others.

Contemporary picture of American Army Buffalo Soldiers during the Spanish-American War. The text reads "Some of our brave colored Boys who helped to free Cuba"

Buffalo soldiers are often confused with the African-American soldiers who fought during the Civil War. Although over black soldiers fought in black regiments during the war, the term “Buff.

Improvised Vietnam Cong operating room in a mangrove forest on the Ca Mau Peninsula, September 15th, 1970.

I wonder what the infection rate looked like! Improvised Viet Cong operating room in a mangrove forest on the Ca Mau Peninsula, September

Viet Cong: In this March 28, 1973 photo, a Viet Cong observer of the Four Party Joint Military Commission counts U.S. troops as they prepare to board jet aircraft at Saigon's Tan Son Nhut airport

Americans remember Vietnam War 40 years after last US troops were pulled from bloody battlefield

Viet Cong: In this March 1973 photo, a Viet Cong observer of the Four Party Joint Military Commission counts U. troops as they prepare to board jet aircraft at Saigon's Tan Son Nhut airport

The Bitter End - February 23, 1969 - Viet Cong attack 110 targets throughout South Vietnam including Saigon. Members of the 5th Viet Cong Division, D445 Battalion and some North Vietnamese soldiers in Phuoc Tuy Province, South Vietnam.

The Bitter End - February 1969 - Viet Cong attack 110 targets throughout South Vietnam including Saigon. Members of the Viet Cong Division, Battalion and some North Vietnamese soldiers in Phuoc Tuy Province, South Vietnam.

A girl emerges from a bomb shelter surounded by the ruins of Nagasaki. August Yōsuke Yamahata Dad landed in Nagasaki (Marines) 2 days after the bomb was dropped

Chinese Infantry on Patrol during Sino-Soviet Border War by  Unknown Artist

People’s Liberation Army on patrol during Sino-Soviet border conflict. Amur River region the end of the

Harriet Tubman at her home in Auburn, New York (1911)

Harriet Tubman - An American woman who escaped from slavery in the South to become a leading abolitionist before the American Civil War. She led hundreds of slaves to freedom in the North along the route of the Underground Railroad.

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