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Then and now... Canadezen in Nieuwpoort, augustus 1944.

Then and now... Canadezen in Nieuwpoort, augustus 1944.

Breathtaking Abandoned Places Reclaimed By Nature 0 - https://www.facebook.com/diplyofficial

19 Harry Potter Ornaments For An Amazingly Nerdy Christmas Tree

Breathtaking Abandoned Places Reclaimed By Nature 0 - https://www.facebook.com/diplyofficial

Here's What WWII Would Look like as a Facebook News Feed - CollegeHumor Post

Facebook's News Feed If It Existed During World War I and World War II

Here's What WWII Would Look like as a Facebook News Feed - CollegeHumor Post

WW1: Scottish soldiers in a trench. Note the dog keeping company. The group includes both kilted and regular pants riflemen.

WW1: Scottish soldiers in a trench. Note the dog keeping company. The group includes both kilted and regular pants riflemen.

Casas abandonadas que parece mal assombradas existem mesmo e não são poucas! Nesse post resolvi fazer um apanhado de algumas que dão arrepios.

Casas abandonadas que parecem mal assombradas

Casas abandonadas que parece mal assombradas existem mesmo e não são poucas! Nesse post resolvi fazer um apanhado de algumas que dão arrepios.

The 2nd section of 591/B at Roanne, Belgium.    #bastogne #ww2weapons #ww2history #1944 #battleofthebulge #ww2 #warpics #warhistory #worldwar2 #worldwar #worldwarii #worldwartwo #1944 #usarmy #wwii #wwiimemorial #bandofbrothers #currahee #tanks #ww2tanks #history #war #veterans #relics #metaldetecting

The 2nd section of 591/B at Roanne, Belgium. #bastogne #ww2weapons #ww2history #1944 #battleofthebulge #ww2 #warpics #warhistory #worldwar2 #worldwar #worldwarii #worldwartwo #1944 #usarmy #wwii #wwiimemorial #bandofbrothers #currahee #tanks #ww2tanks #history #war #veterans #relics #metaldetecting

The last stand: Eerie photos capture man-made remnants of the Second World War that have become part of our coastal landscape         Marc Wilson, 46, travelled 23,000 miles to photograph 143 sites in Britain, France, Denmark, Belgium and Norway: (pic:Concrete tank defences in the forests near Lossiemouth, Moray)

The last stand: Eerie photos capture man-made coastal remnants of WW2

The last stand: Eerie photos capture man-made remnants of the Second World War that have become part of our coastal landscape Marc Wilson, 46, travelled 23,000 miles to photograph 143 sites in Britain, France, Denmark, Belgium and Norway: (pic:Concrete tank defences in the forests near Lossiemouth, Moray)

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