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The young "Austrian Oak" - Arnold Schwarzenegger posing at the Victoria Palace Theatre in London ~ 1968
A U.S. Marine reaches through the barbed wire of a civilian containment area to give a young Japanese boy candy during the Battle of Tinian.
Operation Anthropoid - Jan Kubiš & Jozef Gabčík - 1941
Romanian peasant from Vrancea, sitting on the coffin he made for himself - 1937
Cooks of the 2nd Australian Battalion preparing bully-beef rissoles for the evening meal, Ypres, WWI
Queen Victoria with Tsar Nicholas II of Russia. Seated on the left is Tsarina Alexandra holding her baby daughter Grand Duchess Olga - Balmoral Castle, 1896.
Battle of Britain 10 July – 31 October 1940 : A Supermarine Spitfire Mark 1A of No 19 Squadron, Royal Air Force being re-armed between sorties at Fowlmere, Cambridgeshire.
Empress Alexandra of Russia, having her likeness modeled in clay, three years before the revolution of 1917.
Nobel Prize (in Literature) laureate George Bernard Shaw - 1925
HRH Princess Elizabeth watching parachutists during a visit to airborne forces at Netheravon Airfield, Salisbury, Wiltshire in England in the run-up to D-Day. 19 May 1944
Alan Turing (23 June 1912 – 7 June 1954) The confidential code-breaking mastermind - An eccentric, exceptional mathematician, Turing headed the secret team of code-breakers during the Second World War that created an early computer that could decipher encrypted messages sent by the Germans.
Winston Churchill and his wife, Clementine, on board a naval auxiliary patrol vessel during a visit to the London docks, 25 September 1940.