Photos From Long Ago

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On 19th August 1917, General Erich Ludendroff visited the aerodrome at Markebeke. Richthofen’s all red Albatros D.V (2059/17) is prominently displayed in the background.

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Snoopy made helped a great deal in keeping the legend of the Red Baron going.
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When I think of the fifties I think of Happy Days, the Fonz and it was my dad’s era.
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Notice how the everyday person dressed, what happened ?
Ill tell you what happened, Democrat agendas, and media that's what.
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Political correctness, liberalism etc… I agree. American values were still in fashion. The left ultimately want to destroy the west.
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Here’s a motion picture view of Los Angeles in the 1940’s. I suspect that this might be during World War Two as I don’t see any male pedestrians. Everything looks clean, no litter and everyone’s yards are tidy. The old vehicles certainly look different.

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