Here are some War Memorabilia item that I love

Great War communications

Great War communications

"The North Carolina Civil War Sesquicentennial Committee's mission is to develop and execute a multi-year [and multi-discipllinary] program of state-sponsored activities to commemorate, in an appropriate and historically accurate manner, the richness, diversity, and significance of the state’s participation in and contributions to the American Civil War."

"The North Carolina Civil War Sesquicentennial Committee's mission is to develop and execute a multi-year [and multi-discipllinary] program of state-sponsored activities to commemorate, in an appropriate and historically accurate manner, the richness, diversity, and significance of the state’s participation in and contributions to the American Civil War."

"Jailbird" - In Old England, criminals used to be placed in cages hanging three feet off the ground. People would call the captured men (and women) jailbirds.

"Jailbird" - In Old England, criminals used to be placed in cages hanging three feet off the ground. People would call the captured men (and women) jailbirds.

civil war caps

civil war caps

Fort Jay and Castle Williams served as part of the interlacing network of forts protecting New York Harbor through the 19th-century. Description from brooklynwargaming.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

The Civil War prison in New York Harbor

Joseph Lyle Menendez (born January 10, 1968) and Erik Galen Menendez (born November 27, 1970) are brothers who are known for their conviction in a highly publicized trial for the shotgun murders in 1989 of their wealthy parents, entertainment executive Jose Menendez and his wife Mary "Kitty" Menendez (née Anderson), residents of Beverly Hills, California. Under the terms of the sentences for their multiple crimes, the brothers will spend the remainder of their lives in prison.

Joseph Lyle Menendez (born January and Erik Galen Menendez (born…

Changing the Guard at Horse Guards, c.1900 by Carl Becker

Changing the Guard at Horse Guards, by Carl Becker

civil war caps

Civil War Caps or Hats

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