ORIGINAL TEA LEAVES, steeped in Boston Harbor after being dumped overboard during the Boston Tea Party of December 16th, and collected on the shores of Dorchester Neck on the morning of December 17, 1773.
The fighting for the central railroad station in Stalingrad. On the morning of 17 September 1942 the Soviet defenders subjected to a heavy attack by infantry and 20 tanks and assault guns. Here, a Schützengruppe (infantry squad), supported by a StuG III Ausf. F assault gun armed with a long 7.5cm gun, also know as a Sturmgeschütze 40, awaits orders to advance through the railway sidings and shattered rolling stock.
On the morning of February 20, 1917, an army of some 400 angry mothers climbed the steps of New York City’s City Hall. With babies hoisted on their hips, they moved with an urgency brought on by weeks of suffering. “WE WANT FOOD FOR OUR CHILDREN!” they shouted out in English and Yiddish. Learn about the food riot that rocked NYC in 1917