Surveying a world of strife and struggle from 10,000 BC to yesterday. Lots of historical and vintage images and objects, with a side of contemporary effluvium to make sure we don't get too stuffy around here.
U.S. soldiers in North Korea on June 3, 1951: “Cpl. Richard G. Clark, foreground, of Westwood, New Jersey, wears helmet as Pfc. Joseph M. Nadorozny, of 973 east 13th St., Brooklyn, New York, puffs on cigarette. (E.N.Johnson, AP)”
Germany, April 1945: “An African-American soldier with the 12th Armored Division, Seventh U.S. Army, stands guard over a group of German soldiers captured in the forest.” Public domain photo via the Holocaust Memorial Museum.