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"The more I thought, the more I felt like crying"

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WW1. The Trench of the Bayonets. After the war this trench was found where about 20 French soldiers had been buried alive by shell bursts, leaving the muzzles of their rifles sticking up through the earth, their bodies underneath. An American built a monument to preserve the eerie scene, which is still visible at the battlefield of Verdun today. Source delcampe.net.

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Elaine Searle | American Society of Botanical Artists

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Natalie Wood, 1960s

Natalie Wood was an American film and television actress best known for her screen roles in Miracle on 34th Street, Splendor in the Grass, Rebel Without a Cause, and West Side Story. Born: July 20, 1938, San Francisco Died: November 29, 1981, Santa Catalina Island

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Rio de Janeiro

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil | The beauty and splendor of Rio with only increase as the 2016 Summer Olympics leave their footprint on this South American staple.

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Elizabeth Taylor... I absolutely adore the vintage twist on these.

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Natalie Wood (born Natalie Zacharenko; July 20, 1938 – November 29, 1981) was an American film and television actress best known for her screen roles in "Miracle on 34th Street" (1947), "Splendor in the Grass" (1961), "Rebel Without a Cause" (1955), and "West Side Story" (1961).

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Actors and Actresses who died and never saw their last movie

Natalie Wood by William Claxton, New York, 1961

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Fun - Chiricahua Apache - no date - The Apache were born warriors. The fiercest and most feared of all American Indian tribes. The Apache defied the odds and fought so ferociously that expansion by Mexico and later the United States slowed to a standstill. More than a century later, Apache tactics were adopted as a combat model for special forces. Apaches used speed, stealth, surprise, distraction, deception and even the land itself as weapons.

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