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Remagen bridge My grampa (robert washburn) front left

Remagen bridge My grampa (robert washburn) front left

Part of the fence of concentration camp Wöbbelin.

Part of the fence of concentration camp Wöbbelin.

By order of the Supreme Allied Commander local Germans were rounded up by Allied troops and made to tour Hitler’s “death camps.” The citizens file past a long line of corpses at a camp in Wobbelin, Germany. 1945.

German citizens view Holocaust victims--by order of the Supreme Allied Commander local Germans were rounded up and ordered to tour Hitler's death camps. This is in Wobbelin, 1945

The fenced perimeter and an entrance to the women's camp at Wöbbelin. Germany, May 4-6, 1945.

The fenced perimeter and an entrance to the women's camp at Wöbbelin.

Ludwigslust, Germany, German civilians and POWs forced to bury corpses of prisoners from Wobbelin camp.

Ludwigslust, Germany, German civilians and POWs forced to bury corpses of prisoners from Wobbelin camp. They knew what was happening and liberators forced them to clean up and bury the murdered jews

KL Wöbbelin immediately after its liberation by the US Army. Date photograph before 11. May 1945

On May the Infantry Division and the Airborne Division encountered the Wöbbelin concentration camp. Here, American soldiers patrol the perimeter of the camp. Germany, May

Remagen und Drachenfels 2015

Remagen und Drachenfels 2015

The Black Concentration Camps of the Anglo-Boer War 1899-1902. The British introduced the two sets of concentration camps - one for whites and one for black. Where does apartheid come from again?

Blacks in the Anglo Boer War - The war was fought between ALL South Africans and their British enemies, South Africans of all ethnicity groups where detained in concentration camps. But the UK seldom kept record of Blacks in the concentration camps.

Ludwigslust, Germany, German civilians and German POWs forced to bury corpses from Wobbelin death camp.

Ludwigslust, Germany, German civilians and German POWs forced to bury corpses from Wobbelin death camp.

love the covered bridges of VT...and the maple syrup...and the B&J ice cream...and thanks for Burton boards!!

Vermont Covered Bridges

One of the many covered bridges in Vermont. We have seen many of them when visiting family there, but never during the height of the fall colors. I'm sure my husband, as a boy, never appriciated the beauty that surrounded him.

What Seems Like An Easy Span To Us Might Look Like A Dangerous Crossing To Our Students

What Seems Like An Easy Span To Us Might Look Like A Dangerous Crossing To Our Students

How some horses see bridges.) Don't even get me started on how some horses view puddles!

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