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Marina Ginesta

55 Badass Women Who Changed History Forever - Marina Ginesta, a communist militant, overlooking Barcelona during the Spanish Civil War.

"A Red Cross nurse takes down the last words of a British soldier". Photograph by Paul Thompson. Somewhere on the Western Front. ca 1917.

A red cross nurse writes down the last words of a British Soldier. World War I

A Red Cross nurse takes down the last words of a British soldier. 52 Powerful Photos Of Women Who Changed History Forever

5 dos mais Incríveis Heróis da Segunda Guerra Mundial (eram mulheres)

Four pilots leaving their plane, "Pistol Packin' Mama" at the four-engine school at Lockbourne AAF, Ohio, during WASP ferry training Flying Fortress. "Pistol Packin Mama" was a AF assigned to the BG flying out of Italy during

I love Mulan! She's one of the best characters. :)

ONCE UPON A TIME - "The Doctor" - Mulan remains one of the most capable warriors in Fairy Tale Land, but is she prepared for what Cora will do next?

Expanded view of LORICA  SEGMENTATA  "CORBRIDGE"   TYPE - B

Roman band armor, or "lorica segmentata" (segmented plates) consisted of metal…

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Dutch 'Mata Hari' (officially Margaretha Zelle from Leeuwarden), worked as a top spy for the Germans. She was caught by the allies short before the end of the war and was sentenced to death

Young women in Kabul, Afghanistan, 1972 [[MORE]]cobb__salad: Until the conflict of the 1970s, the 20th Century had seen relatively steady progression for women’s rights in the country. Afghan women were first eligible to vote in 1919 - only a year after women in the UK were given voting rights, and a year before the women in the United States were allowed to vote. In the 1950s purdah (gendered separation) was abolished; in the 1960s a new constitution brought equality to many areas of ...

Young women in Kabul, Afghanistan, 1972 [[MORE]] cobb__salad: ““ Until the conflict of the the Century had seen relatively steady progression for women’s rights in the country. Afghan women were first eligible to vote in 1919 - only a.

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