11. Civil War veterans inspect an M1 Combat Car at the 1939 World’s Fair in New York.
12. The basement of the Ipatiev house, where the Russian Imperial family was murdered on July 17th, 1918.
13. American soldiers return home after World War II, 1945.
14. The Golden Gate Bridge under construction at Fort Point in 1934, San Francisco.
15. A picnic at a Los Angeles alligator farm.
Circa 1920’s, a picnic at a Los Angeles alligator farm where patrons were allowed to mingle freely among trained alligators from 1907 to 1953.
What’s up with the joker on the very left in picture 7? Can’t imagine any reason for that smile and gesture while in a concentration camp.
Did you not read the caption, the photo was taken just after they were liberated from the con camp.
#7. Bergen-Belsen was not liberated by the U.S.; it was liberated by the British. That was also the camp where Anne Frank died.
You too can’t read? It was train that got liberated.