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immigrants from Denmark, Netherlands, and Germany spoke a cluster of related dialects falling within the Germanic branch of the Indo-European language family. Their language began to develop its own distinctive features in isolation from the continental Germanic languages, and by 600 A.D. had developed into what we call Old English or Anglo-Saxon, covering the territory of most of modern England.

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Roman Baths, Trier - Germany. One of the best places to visit when you are a sucker for (Roman) history.

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The Brandenburg Gate, Berlin, Germany

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Bill Brandt - underground bomb shelters of London during the Blitz in 1940

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The Kindertransport Statue, Liverpool Street Station, London. Commemorates the transportation of endangered jewish children.

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Bombing of London in the Battle of Britain during World War II. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

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21 Castles You Have To Visit In Europe! - Hand Luggage Only - Travel, Food & Photography Blog

awesome 21 Castles You Have To Visit In Europe! - Hand Luggage Only - Travel, Food & Photography Blog

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The Dover Saxon Ring, c.550AD. A magnificent and important Anglo Saxon Gold ring. Found in a Saxon rubbish layer near Market Street in 1972 by the CIB Archaeological Rescue Corps, during excavations for the York Street dual carriageway. The ring has a garnet stone set in a gold quatrefoil bezel and is decorated with gold wire and granulated gold. It is one of the best Saxon rings ever found in England and probably belonged to a senior member of the court of the Anglo-Saxon kingdom of Kent.

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Pre-war Germany. Berlin decorated for the Olympic games, 1936. Hitler was in power by now, and he wanted Germany to look its best: he even went so far as to take down anti-semitic signs and rid the streets of the homeless for the time they hosted the Games.

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VE DAY IN LONDON, 8 MAY 1945. Two small girls waving their flags in the rubble of Battersea, snapped by an anonymous American photographer.

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