Frans Nieuwvliet

Frans Nieuwvliet

Frans Nieuwvliet
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Templar's church, Mount Carmel, Haifa

Templar's church, Mount Carmel, Haifa

Nederland in vroege Middeleeuwen

Nederland in vroege Middeleeuwen

Weerstation

Weerstation

In 1914 an 18-year-old girl called Mairi Chisholm set out for London on her motor bike to see how she could help the war effort. She teamed up with a nurse called Elsie Knocker, who shared her spirit of adventure, and the pair of them went on to spend an incredible four years treating the wounded on the front line. They were the only women to live and work in the Belgian front-line trenches during the First World War.

In 1914 an 18-year-old girl called Mairi Chisholm set out for London on her motor bike to see how she could help the war effort. She teamed up with a nurse called Elsie Knocker, who shared her spirit of adventure, and the pair of them went on to spend an incredible four years treating the wounded on the front line. They were the only women to live and work in the Belgian front-line trenches during the First World War.

Ha ha / UGH !!

Ha ha / UGH !!

Umberto Eco: De geschiedenis van Imaginaire Landen en Plaatsen

Umberto Eco: De geschiedenis van Imaginaire Landen en Plaatsen

Malmesbury, king Aethelstan

Malmesbury, king Aethelstan

1,500 works of art looted by Nazis recovered in Munich, magazine reports (Photo: AP)

1,500 works of art looted by Nazis recovered in Munich, magazine reports (Photo: AP)

Margaret Tudor, Queen Consort of Scotland, daughter of Henry VII, sister of Henry VIII, grandmother of Mary Queen of Scots

Margaret Tudor, Queen Consort of Scotland, daughter of Henry VII, sister of Henry VIII, grandmother of Mary Queen of Scots

World War II skull. Skull of a Japanese serviceman resting on coral. Photographed in Truk Lagoon, Micronesia, the site of a 1944 World War II battle where many Japanese ships were sunk by American forces. Thousands of sailors and aviators died, and soon after the war the site was declared a war grave. It is now also a popular tourist attraction for divers, who come to explore the remains of this sunken fleet.

World War II skull. Skull of a Japanese serviceman resting on coral. Photographed in Truk Lagoon, Micronesia, the site of a 1944 World War II battle where many Japanese ships were sunk by American forces. Thousands of sailors and aviators died, and soon after the war the site was declared a war grave. It is now also a popular tourist attraction for divers, who come to explore the remains of this sunken fleet.