It’s not perfect – needed to unpack boxes to make room. This is my entire collection of American Civil War novels. There’s nonfiction and fiction. I love this collection 📚 ❤️

It’s not perfect – needed to unpack boxes to make room. This is my entire collection of American Civil War novels. There’s nonfiction and fiction. I love this collection 📚 ❤️

“A scene of devastation following a V2 rocket attack, somewhere in the south of England. In the foreground, a casualty is being carried away on a stretcher, whilst in the background, Civil Defence workers continue to search through debris and rubble.” 1945. [2360×1772]

“A scene of devastation following a V2 rocket attack, somewhere in the south of England. In the foreground, a casualty is being carried away on a stretcher, whilst in the background, Civil Defence workers continue to search through debris and… Continue Reading

B&W I took a few years back in Colonial Cemetery, Savannah, GA (USA). This wall is used to place monuments knocked down during the Civil War. When I think of this, it stands as a reminder that order can come of tragedy. (With truly no political thought behind that statement.)

B&W I took a few years back in Colonial Cemetery, Savannah, GA (USA). This wall is used to place monuments knocked down during the Civil War. When I think of this, it stands as a reminder that order can come… Continue Reading

A stereoscopic camera from 1864, used to take 3-D photos of the American Civil War. Thousands of “stereo view” photos were made during the war, letting people far from the front see it more intimately. [1198×799]

A stereoscopic camera from 1864, used to take 3-D photos of the American Civil War. Thousands of “stereo view” photos were made during the war, letting people far from the front see it more intimately. [1198×799]

Railroad workers pointing at damage caused by artillery fire on the steam locomotive named Fred Leach and its tender during the American Civil War. [3000×2307]

Railroad workers pointing at damage caused by artillery fire on the steam locomotive named Fred Leach and its tender during the American Civil War. [3000×2307]

View of an extremely damaged Fort Sumter while still under Confederate control which was taken from Union lines during the American Civil War in Charleston Harbor, South Carolina August 23, 1863. [6632×3160]

View of an extremely damaged Fort Sumter while still under Confederate control which was taken from Union lines during the American Civil War in Charleston Harbor, South Carolina August 23, 1863. [6632×3160]

A cache of unexploded ordnance is detonated by U.S. Air Force Airmen with the 447th Expeditionary Civil Engineering Squadron’s explosive ordnance disposal team at a site near Forward Operating Base Falcon, Iraq, Oct. 16, 2006. [1,810 x 1,132]

A cache of unexploded ordnance is detonated by U.S. Air Force Airmen with the 447th Expeditionary Civil Engineering Squadron’s explosive ordnance disposal team at a site near Forward Operating Base Falcon, Iraq, Oct. 16, 2006. [1,810 x 1,132]