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British 99th Light AA Regiment, Cassino, Italy, 12 May 1944, as the Allies launch Operation Diadem, the drive to Rome. (Imperial War Museum)

British 99th Light AA Regiment, Cassino, Italy, 12 May 1944, as the Allies launch Operation Diadem, the drive to Rome. (Imperial War Museum)

An assault by a Soviet partisan unit.

An assault by a Soviet partisan unit.

Hout centraal bij expositie Het Nieuwe Instituut - PhotoID #292686

Hout centraal bij expositie Het Nieuwe Instituut - PhotoID #292686

A Medic of the 4th Infantry Divisions prepares a foxhole for the night. The photograph was taken a few days after D-Day, somewhere in the vicinity of Utah Beach. June 1944.

A Medic of the 4th Infantry Divisions prepares a foxhole for the night. The photograph was taken a few days after D-Day, somewhere in the vicinity of Utah Beach. June 1944.

1st Canadian Parachute Battalion, from Birth to Combat | EUCMH | Page 2  Brigadier S. James L. Hill (right), Commander of the 3rd Parachute Brigade, briefs officers of the 1st Canadian Parachute Battalion, Carter Barracks, Bulford, England, 6 December 1943.

1st Canadian Parachute Battalion, from Birth to Combat | EUCMH | Page 2 Brigadier S. James L. Hill (right), Commander of the 3rd Parachute Brigade, briefs officers of the 1st Canadian Parachute Battalion, Carter Barracks, Bulford, England, 6 December 1943.

WW1 Red Cross Nurse cares for a French soldier in an overseas medical hospital.

WW1 Red Cross Nurse cares for a French soldier in an overseas medical hospital.

Abandoned britis tank during the battle of Cambrai

Abandoned britis tank during the battle of Cambrai

The young Russian partisan by the nome de guerre "Chkalov" (real name S.S. Jankovic) succeeded in derailing 12 German trains, a note on the original claims. He is armed with a captured German MP-34 SMG, originally by Steyr-Solothun. The M-34 was a fine weapon that remained in use by police and military forces well into the 1970s.

The young Russian partisan by the nome de guerre "Chkalov" (real name S.S. Jankovic) succeeded in derailing 12 German trains, a note on the original claims. He is armed with a captured German MP-34 SMG, originally by Steyr-Solothun. The M-34 was a fine weapon that remained in use by police and military forces well into the 1970s.

Check out this awesome #infographic that sheds light on the history of 4th of July - #USIndependenceDay: http://www.mapsofworld.com/usa/4th-of-july/infographics.html

Check out this awesome #infographic that sheds light on the history of 4th of July - #USIndependenceDay: http://www.mapsofworld.com/usa/4th-of-july/infographics.html

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