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Citizen Sailors: The Royal Navy in the Second World War, By Glyn Prysor - Reviews - Books - The Independent

Citizen Sailors: The Royal Navy in the Second World War, By Glyn Prysor - Reviews - Books - The Independent

American submariners at table, 1944

American submariners at table, 1944

Rivet Head- 3 fellows at rest

Rivet Head- 3 fellows at rest

Civilian Conservation Corps about to leave for Missoula. "The organisation was based on the armed forces with officers in charge of the men. The pay was $30 dollars a month with $22 dollars of it being sent home to dependents. The men planted trees, built public parks, drained swamps to fight malaria, restocked rivers with fish, worked on flood control projects and a range of other work that helped to conserve the environment. Between 1933 and 1941 over 3,000,000 men served in the CCC".

Civilian Conservation Corps about to leave for Missoula. "The organisation was based on the armed forces with officers in charge of the men. The pay was $30 dollars a month with $22 dollars of it being sent home to dependents. The men planted trees, built public parks, drained swamps to fight malaria, restocked rivers with fish, worked on flood control projects and a range of other work that helped to conserve the environment. Between 1933 and 1941 over 3,000,000 men served in the CCC".

The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) initially enrolled 250,000 unemployed workers, only unmarried men 18 to 25, from families on relief. The Forest and National Park Service planned the work, and they were supervised by the army. By 1935, corpsmen numbered 500,000. They worked on flood control, reforestation, suppressing tree diseases, building fire observation towers, and creating and improving parks. Over 4,000,000 acres of public lands were thinned of trees; one-billion fish were…

The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) initially enrolled 250,000 unemployed workers, only unmarried men 18 to 25, from families on relief. The Forest and National Park Service planned the work, and they were supervised by the army. By 1935, corpsmen numbered 500,000. They worked on flood control, reforestation, suppressing tree diseases, building fire observation towers, and creating and improving parks. Over 4,000,000 acres of public lands were thinned of trees; one-billion fish were…

Miles Davis                                                       …

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Teens, 1948    Teenagers on an evening walk bump into a pretty girl from school

Teens, 1948 Teenagers on an evening walk bump into a pretty girl from school

Miles Davis.

Miles Davis.

Miles Davis en 7 disques

Miles Davis en 7 disques

Miles Davis

Miles Davis

Archaeologist Alfred Kidder and friend after Utah tripPhotographer: Jesse…

Archaeologist Alfred Kidder and friend after Utah tripPhotographer: Jesse…

Old America

Old America