US troops run through the streets in the Battle of Cherbourg, which ended on the 30th of June, 1944.
St. Martin’s Church – Trafalgar Square in 1897. Photographed by Eustace Calland.
From 1941-1945 Ukraine was the deadliest place in the world, with both Russians and Germans storming through the countryside, both looking to secure the country’s fertile land for their empires.
Too Early by James Tissot, 1873.
The Shrimp Girl by William Hogarth. 1740-45.
This painting goes by a few names, none of them the official name.
St. Lo France in Ruins After Normandy Invasion
June 1944: two boys overlooking the ruined remains of the village of Saint-Lô, France after the D-Day invasion of Normandy.
Couple Walk Through Ruins of St. Lo France
Saint-Lô (Summer 1944)
The Slave Market (1867) a depiction of the Arab slave trade by French artist Jean-Léon Gérôme