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TURKEY TURQUIE CONSTANTINOPLE ISTANBUL TURKISH IMAM (HODZA) INTERIEUR DE LA MOSQUEE SULEYMANIE -G

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Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art exhibition on Persian manuscript painting in 2006

Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art exhibition on Persian manuscript painting in 2006

Çerkes cengâverler y.1886 İstanbulda bir gurup fotoğraf ile hatıra..

Çerkes cengâverler y.1886 İstanbulda bir gurup fotoğraf ile hatıra..

Karaköy, Aziziye Karakolu, 1900 ler #istanbul #armanca

Karaköy, Aziziye Karakolu, 1900 ler #istanbul #armanca

1860 -1890 Ayasofya,nın ibadete açık olduğu yıllar

1860 -1890 Ayasofya,nın ibadete açık olduğu yıllar

Female Captain in Medical Services of the Soviet army, 1945. A woman such as this one saved one of my aunt's life as a child. She also shot dead two of her own who raped a local woman and warned the rest the same awaited them if anyone else touched a single girl or woman in the village or anywhere else.   flickr  by klimbims

Female Captain in Medical Services of the Soviet army, 1945. A woman such as this one saved one of my aunt's life as a child. She also shot dead two of her own who raped a local woman and warned the rest the same awaited them if anyone else touched a single girl or woman in the village or anywhere else. flickr by klimbims

Queen Victoria's Longest Day Battle of Isandhlwana (1879) - Charles Edwin Fripp The "horns" of the Zulu attack never achieved total envelopment of the British and their encampment, as they charged in behind the withdrawing British troops, separating them from the camp.  Though some escaped in the direction of Rorke's Drift to the west, most of those fleeing headed through the hills to the southwest, the shortest route to the Buffalo River.

Queen Victoria's Longest Day Battle of Isandhlwana (1879) - Charles Edwin Fripp The "horns" of the Zulu attack never achieved total envelopment of the British and their encampment, as they charged in behind the withdrawing British troops, separating them from the camp. Though some escaped in the direction of Rorke's Drift to the west, most of those fleeing headed through the hills to the southwest, the shortest route to the Buffalo River.

The death of General Gordon in Khartoum, by Graham Coton.   Agha Khalil Orphali, had been firing at the enemy. Orphali was knocked unconscious and did not see Gordon die. When he woke up again that afternoon, he found Gordon's body covered with flies and the head cut off.

The death of General Gordon in Khartoum, by Graham Coton. Agha Khalil Orphali, had been firing at the enemy. Orphali was knocked unconscious and did not see Gordon die. When he woke up again that afternoon, he found Gordon's body covered with flies and the head cut off.