Log Date

I am also midsouthmemories.tumblr.com and Sept11Memorials.tumblr.com Passionate Supporter of Troops, Veterans, & First Responders

Following

  1. Photo post

    Anne Frank 1929

    Anne Frank 1929

  2. Photo post

    Barrage balloons being transported out of a hangar in London, 1940

    Barrage balloons being transported out of a hangar in London, 1940

  3. Photo post

    U.S. Army Rangers on horseback. Note the Ranger on the left has a BAR. WW2

    U.S. Army Rangers on horseback. Note the Ranger on the left has a BAR. WW2

  4. Photo post

    A detachment of the Provisional Mounted Reconnaissance Troop of the 5th #USArmy passing through a shell-torn Italian mountain town.

    A detachment of the Provisional Mounted Reconnaissance Troop of the 5th #USArmy passing through a shell-torn Italian mountain town.

  5. Photo post

    German Cavalry #WW2

    German Cavalry #WW2

  6. Photo post

    Pfc. “Thorn” dressed in an MPs uniform and helmet somewhere in England where he serves as guard dog on an airfield. 1944 #WarDogs

    Pfc. “Thorn” dressed in an MPs uniform and helmet somewhere in England where he serves as guard dog on an airfield. 1944 #WarDogs

  7. Photo post

    During WW2 the US continued fielding horse cavalry units and practice training.The last horse Army cavalry charge  took place against Japanese forces during fighting in Bataan in the village of Morong on 16 Jan 1942, by the 26th Cavalry Regiment of the Philippine Scouts.The 10th Mountain Cavalry Reconnaissance Troop of the 10th Mountain Division,while not designated as U.S. Cavalry, conducted the last horse-mounted charge of any Army organization whilst engaged in Austria in 1945.

    During WW2 the US continued fielding horse cavalry units and practice training.The last horse Army cavalry charge took place against Japanese forces during fighting in Bataan in the village of Morong on 16 Jan 1942, by the 26th Cavalry Regiment of the Philippine Scouts.The 10th Mountain Cavalry Reconnaissance Troop of the 10th Mountain Division,while not designated as U.S. Cavalry, conducted the last horse-mounted charge of any Army organization whilst engaged in Austria in 1945.

  8. Photo post

    Pisa, Italy ca 1845

    Pisa, Italy ca 1845

    Notes: 33 notes

    Reblogged from: lostinancient

  9. Photo post

    U.S. Army soldiers talking to the only French girl left in Cerisy-la-salle, France after the Allied invasion of Normandy. July 25, 1944

    U.S. Army soldiers talking to the only French girl left in Cerisy-la-salle, France after the Allied invasion of Normandy. July 25, 1944

  10. Photo post

    A Russian woman of the Red Army and four United States GIs meet in Torgau, Germany, 25th April 1945

    A Russian woman of the Red Army and four United States GIs meet in Torgau, Germany, 25th April 1945

  11. Photo post

    French girl vents anger by kicking at a passing German prisoner on his way to confinement after being captured. September 26, 1944.

    French girl vents anger by kicking at a passing German prisoner on his way to confinement after being captured. September 26, 1944.

  12. Photo post

    lostinancient:

Main Street, Wexford, Ireland
ca. 1895

    lostinancient:

    Main Street, Wexford, Ireland

    ca. 1895

    Notes: 39 notes

    Reblogged from: lostinancient

  13. Photo post

    lostinancient:

The Escorial, Spain
ca. 1840 !!!

    lostinancient:

    The Escorial, Spain

    ca. 1840 !!!

    Notes: 42 notes

    Reblogged from: lostinancient

  14. Photo post

    lostinancient:

Trinity College. Dublin, Ireland
ca. 1900

    lostinancient:

    Trinity College. Dublin, Ireland

    ca. 1900

    Notes: 139 notes

    Reblogged from: lostinancient

  15. Photo post

    mediumaevum:

The Vatican’s Precious Manuscripts Go Online
Almost 600 years after Pope Nicholas V founded the Vatican Apostolic Library, the Holy See is now turning to 50 experts, five scanners and a Japanese IT firm to digitize millions of pages from its priceless manuscripts, opening them to the broader public for the first time.
Read more on WSJ
image (x)

    mediumaevum:

    The Vatican’s Precious Manuscripts Go Online

    Almost 600 years after Pope Nicholas V founded the Vatican Apostolic Library, the Holy See is now turning to 50 experts, five scanners and a Japanese IT firm to digitize millions of pages from its priceless manuscripts, opening them to the broader public for the first time.

    Read more on WSJ

    image (x)

    Notes: 486 notes

    Reblogged from: mediumaevum

Tumblr Theme 'Nautical' by PixelUnion

Pinterest