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Opening of the 1968 Summer Olympic Games at the Estadio Olímpico Universitario in Mexico City
Almost 400 men, women and children massacred by the Viet Cong during "Tet 1968" were mourned at a common-grave burial on October 14. This young widow, carrying a photograph of her missing husband, mourns at the mass funeral service. Hue, 1968.
A general view of damage to St Augustine's Abbey and the surrounding area, following the devastating Baedeker raid on Canterbury. Shops in the foreground have lost half their roofs, and timber and debris is all that is left of several other buildings…
Marvin Goff Prisoner of War Data File
Excerpt from United News Reel 1945 (NARA 39158)
Cover of Baedeker Travel Guide used by Germans to plan Blitz
This photograph is a Vietnam draft resistance march at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut.
USS BUNKER HILL hit by two Kamikazes in 30 seconds on 11 May 1945 off Kyushu. Dead-372. Wounded-264.
Department of Defense. Department of the Navy. Naval Photographic Center. (12/1/1959 - ca. 1998) (Most Recent)
"Dresden, partial view of the destroyed city center on the Elbe to the new town. In the center of Neumarkt and the ruins of the Frauenkirche."
President's Daily Briefing on unrest in Mexico after Tlatelolco Massacre during 1968 Olympics