Mitsubishi Ki-21 “Sally”
Zena Dare and Adrienne Augarde, early 1900′s
British singers and actress‘s.
Battleship Sevastopol. The main caliber tower. 1952
A NVA patrol on the move in the forest south of the Ho Chi Minh trail.
Mk I & Mk IV tanks, Western Front
Saffron Goddess, Minoan (Santorini), Akrotiri Frescoes, c. 1600 B.C.
All 9 soviet space dogs, top to bottom:
Laika – Sputnik 2, November 3 1957: First living being to reach space, DIED IN ORBIT.
Belka and Strelka – Sputnik 5, August 19 1960: First living beings to reach space and return ALIVE.
Pchyolka and Mushka – Sputnik 6, December 1 1960: Reached orbit, DIED ON REENTRY after a malfunction activated the capsule’s self-destruct system.
Chernushka – Sputnik 9, 9 March 1961: First dog to return alive without a fellow companion.
Zvyozdochka – Sputnik 10, 25 March 1961: Last dog to go into orbit before the first human, Yuri Gagarin, did, she was also named by him.
Veterok and Ugolyok – Cosmos 110, 22 February 1966: Lasting 22 days in orbit, it became the longest space flight by dogs, they were also the last soviet space dogs.
Capitalism at its finest
People die of exposure.
Morane Saulnier ms 406, Finnish Air Force
Geneviève Lantelme in La Gamine, 1911
French soldiers at a cafe 1913.