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Year 9 student Levi (15) puts some finishing touches to the Sir John Monash mural in the laneway off  Derby Rd in Caulfield. Craig Mentiplay (Crime Prevention Co-ord Monash Uni) and Glen Eira Youth Resource Officer Sen Const Lisa Price were involved in the group project.

Year 9 student Levi (15) puts some finishing touches to the Sir John Monash mural in the laneway off Derby Rd in Caulfield. Craig Mentiplay (Crime Prevention Co-ord Monash Uni) and Glen Eira Youth Resource Officer Sen Const Lisa Price were involved in the group project.

WW1: Scottish soldiers in a trench. Note the dog keeping company. The group includes both kilted and regular pants riflemen.

Highland Territorials in a trench [La Gorgue, France], August I know these soldiers would have been very proud of their uniform, but a kilt just doesn’t seem like the most practical uniform to wear in a trench.

The oldest photograph of a U.S. President: Remarkable 1843 image of John Quincy Adams. . . that he called 'hideous'   This picture of John Quincy Adams was bought for 50 cents in an antique shop. It was taken in 1843

The oldest photograph of a U.S. President: Remarkable 1843 image of John Quincy Adams. . . that he called 'hideous'

# The oldest photograph of a U. President: Remarkable 1843 image of John Quincy Adams. that he called 'hideous' This picture of John Quincy Adams was bought for 50 cents in an antique shop. It was taken in 1843

Officer, a sergeant and a private soldier of the Northumberland Fusiliers    http://www.flickr.com/photos/nlscotland/4687931561/in/photostream/

Officer, a sergeant and a private soldier of the Northumberland Fusiliers http://www.flickr.com/photos/nlscotland/4687931561/in/photostream/

True Story: Angels protecting soldiers....  in World War I that took place near Mons, Belgium 1914. It became famous for its accounts of an army of angels that stood on the front lines betwn the two warring sides: British & Germans. Over six days as the battle raged on, many soldiers and officers from both sides reported that angels dressed in shining white clothing appeared during fierce fighting, sometimes floating in between the two armies or stretching out their hands toward the men.

Angels at War

on the Front Lines - The World War I battle that took place near Mons…

Berlín 1945/2010. Tanque destruido "Tiger" en el parque Tiergarten.

Photographer Sergei Larenkov combines pictures of modern day Germany, Russia and Austria with photos taken from WWII. The results are both haunting and lovely.

The Coalition’s current turbulence is often contrasted with the supposedly stable years of the Howard government. But almost a decade after his demise, the Battler of Bennelong has cursed his own Party. The more the Liberals mythologise and attempt to emulate John Howard, the harder it will become to clean up the mess he left themMore

The Howard Error: How the lying rodent rooted Australia and his own party.

A French soldier's room untouched since he left for war nearly 100 years ago.

French town tries to save first world war soldier’s room for posterity

French town tries to save first world war soldier’s room for posterity - Mayor of Bélâbre hopes commune’s new-found fame will help preserve room where officer Hubert Rochereau was born

British officers eat in a reserve trench, Carnoy

© IWM (Q British Army officers having a meal in a reserve trench. Carnoy Valley, July during the Battle of the Somme. Note Johnny Walker bottle, officers were allowed to take drink into.

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