Native American war shirts used by southwest Indian tribes are a very interesting part of American history. Worn by braves as badges of honor, they represented the bravery of the warrior during battle. Indian war shirts were often made of buckskin and decorated extensively with items found at the battle site. See our great collection of Native American war shirts for southwest decor or collectors of Native American art at http://www.missiondelrey.com/native-american-war-shirts-vests/

Native American war shirts used by southwest Indian tribes are a very interesting part of American history. Worn by braves as badges of honor, they represented the bravery of the warrior during battle. Indian war shirts were often made of buckskin and dec

The Battle of Verdun was the longest battle of World War One. It was fought from February 21 to December 18, 1916, between the French and German armies around the town of Verdun, France. The battle involved more than two and a half million men and it developed in a space less that 8 sq miles and consisted of a ring of underground fortifications which the German forces attempted to capture.

The Battle of Verdun was the longest battle of World War I. It was fought from February 21 to December between the French and German armies around the town of Verdun, France. The battle involved more than two and a half million men.

The Battle of the Labyrinth (Percy Jackson and the Olympians Series #4) by Rick Riordan

The Battle of the Labyrinth (Percy Jackson and the Olympians Series #4)

When demonic cheerleaders invade his high school, Percy Jackson hurries to Camp Half Blood, from whence he and his demigod friends set out on a quest through the Labyrinth, while the war between the Olympians and the evil Titan lord Kronos draws near.

The complete set of The Hobbit: the Battle of the Five Armies character posters. ^_^

The complete set of The Hobbit: the Battle of the Five Armies character posters. But It's kinda sad to say goodbye Middle-earth.

Inscription on the Battle of Culloden Memorial Cairn- this is in the 8 book series by Diana Gabaldon,

Inscription on the Battle of Culloden Memorial Cairn- this is in the 8 book series by Diana Gabaldon, one called the Outlander. It's a very interesting series, can't wait for the last last one due out end of (Book 9 is still being written,

Gettysburg, PA: "Life-size sculpture honoring Elizabeth Thorn, who was six months pregnant when she dug graves and buried 102 bodies after the battle. Most of her belongings were also destroyed during the battle, since her home, like all available structures, was used to house wounded soldiers. "Her baby girl was born in the fall, small and weak. Elizabeth said she never regained her full health after the battle of Gettysburg and its aftermath."

Elizabeth Thorn, pregnant wife of the manager of Gettysburg's main cemetery, dug 102 graves for dead soldiers after the battle. A life-size sculpture at the cemetery commemorates her deeds.

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6 Battles that Significantly Affected the Roman Empire

Kate has put the battle with severe morning sickness she experienced in her early pregnancy behind her

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrive in Stockholm

Kate has put the battle with severe morning sickness she experienced in her early pregnancy behind her

Dun Bonnet is a cave near Foyers on Loch Ness where the real James Fraser of Foyers reportedly spent seven years after the Battle of Culloden, evading capture by the redcoats.   Apparently DG knew the tale of the Dun Bonnet but not his real name ....

Dun Bonnet is a cave near Foyers on Loch Ness where the real James Fraser of Foyers reportedly spent seven years after the Battle of Culloden, evading capture by the redcoats. Apparently DG knew the tale of the Dun Bonnet but not his real name .

Facts and figures about the Battle of Gettysburg, the bloodiest of the Civil War. This July 1-3 is the 150th anniversary of the battle. Click for more at-a-glance information on Civil War events and battles from Family Tree Magazine.

Civil War at A Glance

Terry's Great-grandpa was there -Facts and figures about the Battle of Gettysburg, the bloodiest of the Civil War. This July is the anniversary of the battle.

The final battle of the War of the Roses took place on this day in British history, June 16, 1487. Known as the Battle of Stoke Field, the forces of King Henry VII defeated the forces led by Yorkist pretender Lambert Simnel. In a show of mercy, Henry pardoned Simnel for his part in the Yorkist cause and gave him a job turning the spit in the royal kitchen. The portrait above depicts King Henry VII.

Henry VII - Defeated Richard III at Bosworth Field to become the first Tudor king. His first son, Arthur, predeceased him leaving his younger son, Henry, to inherit the throne.

The Battle of the Somme, 1916 - http://www.warhistoryonline.com/war-articles/the-battle-of-the-somme-1916.html

The Battle of the Somme was one of the bloodiest battles of World War I, and indeed of all time. It was the biggest battle of World War I.

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