1. dazzledent:

    Marilyn and the troops, Korea 1954.

    (Source: allaboutmarilynmonroe, via meninroad)

     
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  3. the-doctor524 said: Why has your Instagram account been inactive?

    nerdcubedactually:

    Because I don’t have one.

     
  4. nudely:

    kisslng:

    annihilated-technicolor-abyss:

    mossyjewels:

    This is beautiful too me, and I’ve no idea why

    I love this

    SO COOL

    Absolutely gorgeous

    (Source: f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s, via mumble-bunny)

     
  5. historicaltimes:

    A British horse equipped to carry a Vickers machine-gun WWI

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  6. wahnwitzig:

    German soldier orchestra, WWI, 1917

    (Source: ebay.at, via meninroad)

     
  7. peerintothepast:

    "John Lincoln Clem (August 13, 1851 – May 13, 1937) was a United States Army general who served as a drummer boy in the Union Army in the American Civil War. He gained fame for his bravery on the battlefield, becoming the youngest noncommissioned officer in Army history. He retired from the Army in 1915, having attained the rank of Brigadier General in the Quartermaster Corps. When advised he should retire, he requested to be allowed to remain on active duty until he became the last veteran of the Civil War still on duty in the Armed Forces. By special act of Congress on August 29, 1916, he was promoted to major general one year after his retirement. He died in San Antonio on May 13, 1937, and was buried in Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia." ~Wiki #civilwar #history #drummerboy #usarmy

    (via revoltedstates)

     
  8. historicaltimes:

    Trumpeter’s George Gritten and W. Lang with a Russian eagle flagstaff, which was brought back to England as a war trophy, 1856

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  10. gettysburgaddress:

    huzzahhistory:

    Abraham Lincoln used to wear these adorable goat slippers around the White House. Isn’t that just charming?

    Side note: they’re a size 14. At 14, those goats are practically life-sized.

    Historically, I didn’t think Lincoln could have been any more of a dork than I had already made him out to be. I was wrong.

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  11. historicaltimes:

    The Menin Gate in Ypres, Belgium, was unveiled on 24th July 1927. It represents 54,896 British/Empire troops whose graves are unknown. This photo shows the area in 1930.

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  12. mimbeau:

    The beach at Étretat  (commune in the Seine-Maritime department in the Haute-Normandie region in northern France.)

    Early 20th century

    Séeberger

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  13. whataboutbobbed:

    girls rifle team of Drexel Institute 

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  14. mirrormirrorworldworld:

    Boats leaving the port of Le Havre, 1856 — Gustave Le Gray

    (Source: karamazove, via revoltedstates)

     
  15. glassarrow917:

    tryhardrocknroll:

    keystonecougar:

    this is a bunny playing a bunny sized piano and im crying

    I CAN’T HANDLE THIS BECAUSE BUNNY PLAYING WITH LITTLE BUNNY PAWS ON A BUNNY SIZE GRAND PIANO AND I THINK I’M GOING TO IMPLODE OR SELF-COMBUST OR BURY MYSELF INTO A LITTLE HOLE BECAUSE I NEED THIS WEE BUNNY AND BUNNY PIANO IN MY LIFE 

    IT SITS DOWN FREAKING DRAMATICALLY. THAT IS A MOTHER-FREAKING NOBLE BUNNY. DON’T CONFUSE IT WITH YOUR FILTHY MONGRELS OF BUNNY. THIS BUNNY KNOWS WHAT SILVERWARE YOU USE FIRST IN THOSE FREAKING FANCY RESTAURANTS AND HOW TO PROPERLY HOLD A GLASS OF WINE. IT DESERVES MORE OF YOUR RESPECT.

    (Source: pitchesonmypicc, via im-just-a-nerd-in-band)