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Massacre of civilians during the civil war between Sulla and Marius
Jocelyn Jakubowski kicks off the 16th annual Christmas

Jocelyn Jakubowski kicks off the 16th annual Christmas

Jocelyn Jakubowski kicks off the 16th annual Christmas tree lighting at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, N.C., Dec. 4, 2015. The event featured holiday music, refreshments, door prizes, visits from Santa ... More

[Revolutionary War battle between civilians and British soldiers]
The Illustrated American Biography; containing correct Portraits and Brief Notices of the Principal Actors in American History, embracing distinguished women, naval and military heroes, statesmen, civilians, jurists, divines authors and artists...
[Group of civilians near monument]

[Group of civilians near monument]

Street scenes pedestrians milling around a military monument, artillery in foreground. Title devised. Formerly Waud no. C-139. Gift, J.P. Morgan, 1919 (DLC/PP-1919:R1.2.1066) Forms part of: Morgan collection of... More

Cumberland Landing, Virginia. Group of civilians and soldiers
Group of civilians, American Civil War Glass Negative.
Procession of Troops and Civilians on Way to Dedication of Soldiers' National Cemetery, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
Office Commissioner for Exchange. Fort Monroe. Va., January 24th, 1864. All prisoners heretofore held by the Confederate authorities, whether civilians, officers or soldiers, received at City Point, before the 20th inst. from the Confederate Com

Office Commissioner for Exchange. Fort Monroe. Va., January 24th, 1864...

On verso: 5949A 1 Aug 63. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 235, Folder 1a.

civilians flee from "The South: a tour of its Battle-Fields and Ruined Cities ... being a description of the present state of the country ... Illustrated"

civilians flee from "The South: a tour of its Battle-Fields and Ruined...

This image has been taken from scan 000509 from "The South: a tour of its Battle-Fields and Ruined Cities ... being a description of the present state of the country ... Illustrated". The title and subject term... More

Participants of the Battle of Washita: Osage Scouts, Army Personal, and Civilians.

Participants of the Battle of Washita: Osage Scouts, Army Personal, an...

LIBI_00019_00388; An albumen photograph of group of Osage scouts, civilians and army personnel, who participated in the Battle of the Washita; mounted on card; dated circa 1868; by unknown photographer. Note: ... More

Soldater och civila, I 12. Skillingaryd.

Soldater och civila, I 12. Skillingaryd.

Soldater och civila, I 12. Skillingaryd.

As soldiers from the Presidio patrol with their Springfield 03 at ready, civilians queue up in bread lines for food in the aftermath of the quake. On April 18, 1906 at 5:15 AM a quake of 8.25 on the Richter scale hit San Francisco. Greater destruction came from the fires afterwards. The city burned for three days. The combination destroyed 490 city blocks and 25,000 buildings, leaving 250,000 homeless and killing between 450 and 700. Estimated damages, over $350 million

As soldiers from the Presidio patrol with their Springfield 03 at read...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: San Francisco State: California (CA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: Unknown Release Status: Released to Public C... More

Soldiers and civilians assigned to the U.S. Army Reserve

Soldiers and civilians assigned to the U.S. Army Reserve

Soldiers and civilians assigned to the U.S. Army Reserve Command headquarters at Fort Bragg, N.C. gathered together, April 20, 2016, to celebrate 108th anniversary of the of the U.S. Army Reserve. The U.S. Army... More

Lieutenant Selfridge, fatally injured, being carried out by civilians and soldiers

Lieutenant Selfridge, fatally injured, being carried out by civilians ...

H116341 U.S. Copyright Office. Photoprint copyrighted by P.F. Collier & Son. This record contains data transcribed from item.

NEW YEAR'S RECEPTION AT WHITE HOUSE. CIVILIANS IN LINE FOR RECEPTION
Photograph of Police Officers, Civilians and Victims on the Sidewalk during the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire
[Crowd of German civilians, including children, surrounding a cannon which has a garland hanging from the muzzle]

[Crowd of German civilians, including children, surrounding a cannon w...

Stamped on back: Photo J.P. Böhm, Müchen, Karlstrasse Nr. 35. Title devised by Library staff. Forms part of the Rehse Archiv für Zeitgeschichte und Publizistik.

French civilians greeting British soldiers. Mon-en-Chaussee, France
Civilians liberated by the British looking at a German machine gun nest near their home
Civilians killed by German artillery fire buried in their own gardens at Denain
Soldiers and locals outside a German grafittied building, during World War I

Soldiers and locals outside a German grafittied building, during World...

Soldiers and locals outside a building with German graffiti, during World War I. A large group is lying in a dirt road up against the wall of a building. The door of the building is daubed with "Gott strafe Eng... More

PREPAREDNESS PARADE. UNITS OF CIVILIANS IN PARADE
Mumma Cemetery and Barn

Mumma Cemetery and Barn

Headstones in the Mumma Family Cemetery

Mumma Cemetery, National Parks gallery

Mumma Cemetery, National Parks gallery

A tree stands in the Mumma Cemetery.

PREPAREDNESS PARADE. UNITS OF CIVILIANS IN PARADE
PREPAREDNESS PARADE. UNITS OF CIVILIANS IN PARADE
PREPAREDNESS PARADE. UNITS OF CIVILIANS IN PARADE
PREPAREDNESS PARADE. UNITS OF CIVILIANS IN PARADE
PREPAREDNESS PARADE. UNITS OF CIVILIANS IN PARADE
Ceremonies - Lafayette Day, 1918 - Lafayette Day at City Hall, New York. Thousands of soldiers and civilians visited the City Hall steps in N.Y. on that day where ceremonies were held practically all day long. Frenchmen, Italians, Englishmen and Americans gathered there and heard the addresses of the different nations' represent actives

Ceremonies - Lafayette Day, 1918 - Lafayette Day at City Hall, New Yor...

Photographer: Times Photo Ser. Ceremonies - Lafayette Day, 1918

American Red Cross - Refreshments - Enroute - American Red Cross Prisoners' Relief. Thousands of Italian soldiers and civilians are being fed, clothed and cared for by A.R.C. as they return from Austria to their homes in Italy

American Red Cross - Refreshments - Enroute - American Red Cross Priso...

Photographer: American Red Cross American Red Cross - Refreshments - Enroute

Ceremonies - New York City - Civilians rejoice in New York at peace news. Impromptu parades were everywhere, and flags of the Allies were carried, as New York received news of the signing of the armistice terms

Ceremonies - New York City - Civilians rejoice in New York at peace ne...

Photographer: Bain News Service Ceremonies - New York City

Fleeing French civilians near Bapaume

Fleeing French civilians near Bapaume

German Military Activities and Personnel

Army of Occupation - American troops in the Rhineland. The Victors and the Vanquished, American soldiers and German civilians in Treves. Had the position been reveresed the civilians could have expected only brutality at the hands of their foe

Army of Occupation - American troops in the Rhineland. The Victors and...

Photographer: Underwood & Underwood Army of Occupation

Drills - Civilian Bodies - Civilians - Governors Island, New York Harbor. New National Army recruits drilling. Preliminary instruction could be obtained here before going into the regular camps

Drills - Civilian Bodies - Civilians - Governors Island, New York Harb...

Date Taken: 8/27/1917 Photographer: Underwood and Underwood Drills - Civilian Bodies - Civilians

Western front. Cernay. The chef of the field kitchen handling out dinner to the men and the civilians. March 1917
Ceremonies - Liberations - Belgium - Cardinal Mercier greeted once more in Brussels. Cardinal Mercier, the indomitable and untiring defender of Belgium against the Huns has at last retunred to his land and people after four years of privation and hardships. This photo shows the Cardinal surrounded by a crowd of wounded soldiers and civilians and civilians in the streets of Brussels

Ceremonies - Liberations - Belgium - Cardinal Mercier greeted once mor...

Photographer: Underwood & Underwood Ceremonies - Liberations - Belgium

Ceremonies - New York City - Events in celebrations for the close of war. During the playing of the Star Spangled Banner with every hat off among the male civilians and all the men in uniform at the salute, one of the most impressive and historical events of the closing of hostilities took place at the Public Library at 42nd Street and Fifth Avenue when the flags of all the nations that were arrayed against Germany were simultaneously raised to the top of the poles. Photo shows them in the act of raising

Ceremonies - New York City - Events in celebrations for the close of w...

Photographer: Western Newspaper Union Ceremonies - New York City

Colleges and Universities - Harvard University - Bulletin board at Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Where the Cadet School, Marine School, and S.A.T.C. and civilians get notices of certain University activities

Colleges and Universities - Harvard University - Bulletin board at Har...

Photographer: Herbert Turner Colleges and Universities - Harvard University

Medals of honor - Victory Liberty Loan For American soldiers - for American civilians.

Medals of honor - Victory Liberty Loan For American soldiers - for Ame...

Poster showing a military medal for soldiers and a button "V--Liberty Loan" for civilians.

Drills - Civilian Bodies - Civilians - Grafton Cushing, ex-Lieutenant Governor of Massachusetts as a private in the State Guard

Drills - Civilian Bodies - Civilians - Grafton Cushing, ex-Lieutenant ...

Photographer: Boston Transcript Drills - Civilian Bodies - Civilians

Colleges and Universities - Harvard University - The usual passing through Harvard Yard of soldiers, sailors, and civilians at school at Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts

Colleges and Universities - Harvard University - The usual passing thr...

Photographer: Herbert Turner Colleges and Universities - Harvard University

American Red Cross - Refreshments - Enroute - Traveling over roads worn and littered with wreckage of war, torn by shells, Red Cross workers carried food to the destitute prisoners and civilians

American Red Cross - Refreshments - Enroute - Traveling over roads wor...

Photographer: American Red Cross American Red Cross - Refreshments - Enroute

Militär och civila.

Militär och civila.

Militär och civila.

FIRST LADY APPEALS FOR RED CROSS FUNDS. WASHINGTON, D.C. MAY 21. MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT RECORDING FOR THE SOUND MOVIE CAMERA HER APPEAL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE $10,000,000 RED CROSS RELIEF FUND FOR AID TO CIVILIANS AND WOUNDED IN THE EUROPEAN COUNTRIES NOW AT WAR. THE FIRST LADY POSED FOR THE CAMERAMEN AT THE HEADQUARTERS OF THE AMERICAN RED CROSS IN WASHINGTON
One year of reciprocal aid. British girls and American technicians work together at a U.S. Army Air Force maintenance department. This is only one of dozens of services rendered our forces by British civilians. The British government pays $240,000 a week in wages to civilian workers in the direct employ of the U.S. forces
Packages for prisoners of war and internees. Americans taken prisoners of war or interned by Germany and Italy regularly receive standard American Red Cross food packages, shown here stacked like bricks in the International Red Cross warehouse at Geneva, Switzerland. U.S. prisoners of war receive one package a week as soon as the Red Cross is notified of their capture and location. Internees receive one package every two weeks. As of December 9, 1942, Germany and Italy had reported 243 American prisoners of war and 1512 interned civilians. Each package weighs eleven pounds and contains evaporated milk, buscuits, cheese, cocoa, sardines, pork, beef, chocolate bars, sugar, coffee, powered orange concentrate, prunes, cigarettes and smoking tobacco
Civilanställda, framför lastbil. Vinter (Skillingaryd?)

Civilanställda, framför lastbil. Vinter (Skillingaryd?)

Civilanställda, framför lastbil. Vinter (Skillingaryd?)

Washington, D.C. Greyhound bus terminal on the day before Christmas. Soldiers and civilians waiting for buses
Civilian defense. Here are some of the tools which will speed civilian defense work in New York. In the foreground is an outlet junction box, which distributes electric current from an Emergency Service truck over a wide area. Then there are floodlights, all sorts of firefighting tools and equipment to combat glassing of civilians. Power drills and saws, ten ton truck jacks, an acetylene burning outfit and every portable field telephones are included in their equipment, all of which is carried in the Emergency Service truck in the background
Defense housing. Ben Morrell Project, Norfolk, Virginia. Construction of the steel frame units. This project is being built by the Navy at a cost of $3,356,000 to house married enlisted personnel and civilians employed at the Norfolk naval base. Of the 1,362 units, 1,062 were completed by June 1, 1941 and the other 300 scheduled for completion August 15, 1941. Rents range from $17 to $23 a month
Washington, D.C. Greyhound bus terminal on the day before Christmas. Soldiers and civilians waiting for buses
Washington, D.C. Greyhound bus terminal on the day before Christmas. Soldiers and civilians waiting for buses
Civilian defense. Here are some of the tools which will speed civilian defense work in New York. In the foreground is an outlet junction box, which distributes electric current from an Emergency Service truck over a wide area. Then there are floodlights, all sorts of firefighting tools and equipment to combat glassing of civilians. Power drills and saws, ten ton truck jacks, an acetylene burning outfit and every portable field telephones are included in their equipment, all of which is carried in the Emergency Service truck in the background
Three civilians were killed in this shrapnel-riddled car by a bomb dropped from a Jap plane eight miles from Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, December 7, 1941
Packages for prisoners of war and internees. A Red Cross Canteen worker, Miss Mary Dougherty, inspects a Red Cross food package going to an American prisoner of war. Packages like this are sent regularly from International Red Cross headquarters in Geneva to American prisoners of war and interned civilians held by Germany and Italy. One a week goes to each American prisoner of war whose capture and location have been reported and one every two weeks to each interned civilian. Twenty thousand such packages were sent to the Far East on the neutral diplomatic exchange ship Gripsholm last June, together with one million cigarettes and other supplies for American prisoners and internees in Japan, occupied China and the Philippines. Much larger quantities are now on the Gripsholm pending final clearance with the Japanese for her sailing on a second trip
Defense housing. Ben Morrell Project, Norfolk, Virginia. Two of the younger tenants at the project built by the Navy to house civilians and married enlisted personnel of the Norfolk naval base. Rentals at the project run from $17-23 a month
The four freedoms. In the sky the distant rumble of attacking planes come closer and closer. European civilians have heard this rumble hundreds of times, and they know what it means. Here in America we have not heard it, but because we know what it means we are arming to the teeth to defend our people. Strong national defense means freedom from fear for our people
Washington, D.C. Greyhound bus terminal on the day before Christmas. Soldiers and civilians waiting for buses
Detroit, Michigan. Audience showing military men and civilians at an early meeting of the Automobile Council for War Production
Washington, D.C. Soldiers, sailors and civilians at the information desk
Washington, D.C. Crowds of soldiers, civilians and sailors waiting to board trains at the Union Station
Washington, D.C. Soldiers, sailors, and civilians at the ticket window at the Union Station
Washington, D.C. Soldiers and civilians purchasing tickets at the Union Station
Washington, D.C. Soldiers and civilians purchasing tickets at the Union Station
Washington, D.C. Soldiers, sailors, and civilians at the ticket window at the Union Station
Washington, D.C. Soldiers and civilians at the information desk at the Union Station
Washington, D.C. Crowds of soldiers, sailors, and civilians waiting to board trains at Union Station
Washington, D.C. Soldiers and civilians purchasing tickets at the Union Station
Washington, D.C. Officers' and civilians' hats at the New Zealand legation Washington, D.C.
[Bayonets scaring civilians.] [Lewis Daniel]

[Bayonets scaring civilians.] [Lewis Daniel]

Original Artwork for World War II Posters

Washington, D.C. Civilians and soldiers at the ticket window at the Union Station
Washington, D.C. Soldiers and civilians purchasing tickets at the Union Station
Washington, D.C. Soldiers, sailors, and civilians at the ticket window at the Union Station
Women in war. Summer canning workers. Why tin cans should be saved. To assure adequate civilian supply of canned produce in the future, householders are urged to save their used cans and turn them in to their local collection agencies, which will send them to detinning mills. Reclaimed metals from these plants will go, in part, into more cans for American soldiers and civilians
Washington, D.C. Soldiers, sailors and civilians purchasing tickets at the Union Station
Amarillo, Texas. Soldiers and civilians boarding the Rock Island Rocket
Forty-two keys to victory. Somewhere in the field with the U.S. Army, comprehensive clerical work is carried on between maneuvers. Unless those typewriters not essential to the war effort are turned in by civilians to Uncle Sam, the shortage of sufficient machines may materially cripple the speed and facility of army operations
Women in industry. Gas mask production. Formerly employed in a vacuum cleaner plant, these young women are now making gas masks for America's soldiers and civilians. Margaret Reed, left, who used to work in the vacuum brush department, now operates a precrimping machine which attaches eye rings to the mask proper. Note the "V" chalked on her machine. Eureka Vacuum, Detroit, Michigan
Washington, D.C. Crowds of soldiers, civilians and sailors waiting to board trains at the Union Station
Washington, D.C. Soldiers, sailors, and civilians at the ticket window at Union Station
The court, composed of two American majors and one British Royal Air Force squadron leader, which tried Sicilian civilians for starting a riot resulting in the death of several townsfolk
The court, composed of two American majors and one Royal Air Force squadron leader, which tried Sicilian civilians for starting a riot resulting in the death of several townsfolk
Allied soldiers and Sicilian civilians listening to a band concert
The court, composed of two American majors and one British Royal Air Force squadron leader, which tried Sicilian civilians for starting a riot resulting in the death of several townsfolk
How lend-lease strikes at the Axis. Lend-lease supplies shipped to United Nations include more than planes, tanks and guns. Soldiers and civilians in countries threatended by the Axis countries must have food.  Allied war factories need raw materials and machine tools. Longshoremen are accustomed to stacking bags of flour for shipment along with weapons
Washington, D.C. Service men and civilians waiting for a bus at the Greyhound bus terminal
Washington, D.C. Sailors and civilians sitting on the Captiol grounds
Preparation for point rationing. Norman J. Nelson, principal of Wilson Senior High School, Washington, D.C., instructs teachers in all schools in Area 13 on methods of registering civilians for war ration book two
The court, composed of two American majors and one Royal Air Force squadron leader, which tried Sicilian civilians for starting a riot resulting in the death of several townsfolk
Italian civilians working along with the Allied military men, repairing the roads. Sicily
Washington, D.C. Sailors and civilians sitting on the Capitol grounds
Preparation for point rationing. Norman J. Nelson, principal of Wilson Senior High School, Washington, D.C., instructs teachers on methods of registering civilians for war ration book two, a few days before registration period begins
Sicilian civilians being tried in a court composed of two American majors and one Royal Air Force squadron leader. They were charged with starting a riot which resulted in the death of several townsfolk
London, England. Civilians and the military both make good use of the facilities of the United States Office of War Information's (OWI) newly opened special reference library in connection with the American Embassy
There is still time to send Season's greetings to civilians in England and Empire countries. "Blue" air letter froms available at all post offices. Postage only 10 cents. Fast air service. [n. p. n. d.].

There is still time to send Season's greetings to civilians in England...

On verso: {stamp} LIBRARY OF CONGRESS SERIAL RECORD DEC 13 1944, Copy Int'd Exchange. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full tex... More

Using a car, Iraqi civilians drag a statue of Saddam Hussein down the streets of Baghdad, Iraq, during Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

Using a car, Iraqi civilians drag a statue of Saddam Hussein down the ...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: IRAQI FREEDOM Base: Baghdad Country: Iraq (IRQ) Scene Major Command Shown: 1ST Tank BN Scene Camera Operator: SGT Paul L. An... More

Using a car, Iraqi civilians drag a statue of Saddam Hussein down the streets of Baghdad, Iraq, during Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

Using a car, Iraqi civilians drag a statue of Saddam Hussein down the ...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: IRAQI FREEDOM Base: Baghdad Country: Iraq (IRQ) Scene Major Command Shown: 1ST Tank BN Scene Camera Operator: SGT Paul L. An... More

Not all the prisoners are home. Pres. Thieu holds 200,000 civilians in prison Free all the prisoners. Stop aid to Thieu.
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