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Images Dated 23rd April 2019

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U.S. Virgin Islands - St. Thomas - A Cha Cha Family Featured 23 Apr 2019 Print

U.S. Virgin Islands - St. Thomas - A Cha Cha Family

U.S. Virgin Islands - St. Thomas - A Cha Cha Family. A small population descended from 17th and 18th century French Huguenot immigrants who originally settled on St. Barts. The Virgin Islands has a number of ethnic groups making up its population. The Cha Chas the tiniest in number (no more than 3000 of the 100,000+ on all 3 islands and 99.9% of them live on St Thomas), they form a distinct ethnic unit apart from other islanders (probably the closest comparison group to them would be the Cajuns of Louisiana). This fact is even noted in the Encyclopedia Brittanica in its coverage of the Virgin Islands (they also referred to them as a clannish, aloof and industrious community). Date: 1937

Bridge over the River Axios is guarded by troops - Greece Featured 23 Apr 2019 Print

Bridge over the River Axios is guarded by troops - Greece

1st Balkan War - Bridge over the River Axios (Vardar), Greece is guarded. The First Balkan War, lasted from October 1912 to May 1913 and comprised actions of the Balkan League against the Ottoman Empire. The combined armies of the Balkan states overcame the numerically inferior and strategically disadvantaged Ottoman armies and achieved rapid success. The Vardar or Axios is the longest and major river in the Republic of North Macedonia and also a major river of Greece. Date: 1912

WW1 - Ypres - Hell Fire Corner, British Demarcation Stone Featured 23 Apr 2019 Print

WW1 - Ypres - Hell Fire Corner, British Demarcation Stone

WW1 - Ypres - Hell Fire Corner on the Menin Road, British Demarcation Stone - the inscription reads (in English): "Here the invader was brought to a standstill". Battle at Ypres during WW1 cost upward of a million lives (all sides combined). The carvings (text) on this stone (which still stands in this location) were removed by German troops during WW2. Date: circa 1920s