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Over $1.35 billion in Nazi art found hidden behind 'mountains of rotting food'

Over $1.35 billion in Nazi art found hidden behind 'mountains of rotting food'

A captivatingly beautiful young Victorian woman sporting a lovely braided hairstyle. #photo #Victorian

A captivatingly beautiful young Victorian woman sporting a lovely braided hairstyle. #photo #Victorian

Real love lasts forever - a 6000 year old kiss, discovered on an excavation site in Iran, 1972

Real love lasts forever - a 6000 year old kiss, discovered on an excavation site in Iran, 1972

Jack & Ina Polak exchanged love letters in a nazi concentration camp.. They've been together 60 years.

Love at First Sight, Transcending Nazi Internment

Jack & Ina Polak exchanged love letters in a nazi concentration camp.. They've been together 60 years.

Mother. I love this shot of a mother in the tent in depession times.  Children huddled and a worry of what is to come of her and her family.  Taken by Natl Geo, the mother and children are fine now.  Hard times that we have all gone through in different degrees.  Remembering things could be worse and you have to get up and dust yourself off and step forward.  This speaks to me.  Love the photo.

Mother. I love this shot of a mother in the tent in depession times. Children huddled and a worry of what is to come of her and her family. Taken by Natl Geo, the mother and children are fine now. Hard times that we have all gone through in different degrees. Remembering things could be worse and you have to get up and dust yourself off and step forward. This speaks to me. Love the photo.

Oskar Schindler's Grave, Mt. Zion, Jerusalem. A Jewish custom to leave stones instead of flowers. Stones last forever.

Oskar Schindler's Grave, Mt. Zion, Jerusalem. A Jewish custom to leave stones instead of flowers. Stones last forever.

The only preserved photograph of Lincoln in death. Taken  24 April 1865, by Jeremiah Gurney, Jr., City Hall, Manhattan, NY.

The only preserved photograph of Lincoln in death. Taken 24 April 1865, by Jeremiah Gurney, Jr., City Hall, Manhattan, NY.

General Robert E .Lee taken around 1865 by BJPhotoPrints on Etsy

General Robert E .Lee taken around 1865

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