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Amazing.  It's so important to remember where we've been so we can know where we're going.

Same place, different time.

Never Forget Ghost's And Tyrants Of History Past, Same place, different time. will history repeat?

Then and now... Sainte-Mère-Église  (© Ghosts of History, http://www.ghostsofhistory.co.uk/ )

Ghostly images of the past blended with the present, giving a thought provoking point of view.

This photo dates back to WWII. It was taken in Egypt, while a few drinking buddies were having a happy gathering. Notice the transparent gentleman standing in the back. This was long before Photoshop! You be the judge.

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In 1941, the U.S. began to form a hand-picked army to fight in Europe; its troops were composed of artists, designers, actors, meteorologists, and sound technicians, and their true mission was not to fight, but to deceive the German army. Their props were inflatable tanks and pyrotechnics; their tools camouflage, “spoof” radio plays, special effects, and sonic deception. Their last “disappearing act” was to vanish from history. Officially they were the 23rd Headquarters Special Troops.

perma-scowl: “ In the U. began to form a hand-picked army to fight in Europe. What made it different is that its troops were composed of artists, designers, actors, meteorologists, and sound.

Memories: The land is still pockmarked with the trenches and craters left behind after the fierce fighting

The dark secrets of the French forest blocked off 100 years after WW1

Memories: The land is still pockmarked with the trenches and craters left behind after the fierce fighting >>> poison from unexploded arsenic bombs lingers

Normandy then and now

D-Day photos from 1944 and photos of vacationers at the exact same locations today [28 pics]

June marked a turning point in World War II as Allied troops stormed the beaches of Normandy, forcing the end of the German occupation of France.

Dutch historian Jo Teuwisse creates these images by combining digitized photo negatives from the war with painstakingly framed photos of the same locations as they are today.

Rue Armand Levéel à Cherbourg.”Dutch historian Jo Hedwig Teeuwisse attempts to show us how close the past actually is to us, by combining the World War II pictures with the present day ones in her Ghosts of War series.

Taking old World War II photos, Russian photographer Sergey Larenkov carefully photoshops them over more recent shots to make the past come alive. Not only do we get to experience places like Berlin, Prague, and Vienna in ways we could have never imagined, more importantly, we are able to appreciate our shared history in a whole new and unbelievably meaningful way.

The Ghosts of World War II

Taking old World War II photos, Russian photographer Sergey Larenkov carefully photoshops them over more recent shots to make the past come alive.

Normandy Then Now 11

D-Day photos from 1944 and photos of vacationers at the exact same locations today [28 pics]

These Spellbinding Images Compare The Beaches Of Normandy With The Vacation Spots They Are Today

26 Ghostly Images Of World War Two, Blended With The Present... It is terrifying and beautiful at the same time. Those events seem so far away, but this makes you think.

26 Ghostly Images Of World War Two, Blended With The Present. It is terrifying and beautiful at the same time.

Then and now... Medics United: US and German medics work together.Regimental Aid Station # 2, Hospice, Sainte-Mère-Eglise, Normandy, June 1944 (© Ghosts of History, http://www.ghostsofhistory.co.uk/ )

German and US medics await the arrival of injured personnel, Aid station St Mere Eglise

Ghosts of war - France; taken prisoner

"Ghosts of War" is an ongoing series of then and now composite photos of Europe during World War II. Dutch historian Jo Teeuwisse creates each image by fir

Sainte-Mère-Eglise, important target for U.S. paratroops on the night of June 5th, 1944.

Sainte-Mère-Eglise, important target for U. paratroops on the night of June 1944 and present days

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