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Star Wars Quote Poster - this specific item no longer made, but there's similar Star Wars & other cool, nerd-land stuff at this etsy shop.

Empire Strikes Back #starwars

Take me back to younger days.I remember being so excited as the opening scene faded in with Luke on the Taun-Taun.

American soldiers discover Monet's “In the Conservatory” that was hidden (amongst other Nazi loot) in the salt mines of Merker, Germany. 1945. National Archives

The real "Monuments Men": American soldiers discover Manet's “In the Conservatory” that was hidden (amongst other art work stolen by the Nazis from museums, homes and churches in Europe) in the salt mines of Merker, Germany.

Denazification in Krefeld, Germany, March 9, 1945.    Credit: National Archives and Records Administration, College Park, Md.

US Soldier takes off hitler Str sign//An American soldier replaces "Adolf-Hitler-Str." sign with a "Roosevelt Blvd" one in Berlin, Germany, 1945

Be Careful What You Say -You Never Know Who's On The Wires, WWII Careless Talk poster (Photo by The National Archives/SSPL/Getty Images)

Be Careful What You Say -You Never Know Who's On The Wires, WWII Careless Talk poster (Photo by The National Archives/SSPL/Getty Images) But now it's Obama who is listening.

Captain Jack Ilfrey’s nickname was Happy Jack, which is where the name of his P-38J-15-LO Lightning got it’s name “Happy Jack’s Go Buggy” from. Ilfrey was a member of the 79th Fighter Squadron, 20th Fighter Group during the Second World War in the ETO and was one of the more unique men of the war.

Captain Jack Ilfrey’s nickname was Happy Jack, which is where the name of his Lightning got it’s name “Happy Jack’s Go Buggy” from. Ilfrey was a member of the Fighter Squadron,

The Second World War: Nurse fitting a baby with its respirator (note the bellows arrangement). #history #worldwartwo (she is wearing a childrens micky mouse gas mask, she must have had a small head)

The Second World War: Nurse fitting a baby with its respirator (note the bellows arrangement). (she is wearing a childrens micky mouse gas mask, she must have had a small head)

Like something out of the Tomb Raider video game series, this award-winning photograph by Tony Cherbas showcases a fallen World War II Japanese seaplane off the coast of Palau, a microscopically small island nation in the Pacific Ocean. At once eerie, horrifying, and beautiful, it is a true captured moment in history.

Sunken Zero plane wreck from WWII, Palau Nikko Bay, Palau A Japanese warplane Second World War lies wrecked in shallow water off Guam in a photograph.