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1. A British soldier checking out a “dud” artillery shell in Wytschaete, Belgium. 1917
Discription - A British soldier checking out a “dud” artillery shell in Wytschaete, Belgium. 1917. A shell-shocked British soldier captured by the Germans, 1918. The Battle of Passchendaele also known as the Third Battle of Ypres, was a campaign of the First World War, fought by the Allies against the German Empire. The battle took place on the Western Front, from July to November 1917, for control of the ridges south and east of the Belgium city. (Via Reddit)

2. A Detroit firefighter collapses against the side of a department vehicle after battling one of the 1,609 structures that were damaged in the city during July 1967 protests
Discription - The 1967 Detroit riot, also known as the 12th Street riot or the 1967 Detroit rebellion, was one of 159 race riots that swept cities in the United States during the "Long Hot Summer of 1967". This riot was a violent public disorder that turned into a civil disturbance in Detroit, Michigan. It began in the early morning hours of Sunday July 23, 1967.(Via Reddit)

3. A frightened little girl watches as a GI sprays her home with a mixture of DDT and kerosene to prevent the spread of malaria, Italy, 1940's
Discription - A frightened little girl watches as a GI sprays her home with a mixture of DDT and kerosene to prevent the spread of malaria, Italy, 1940's. The history of malaria stretches from its prehistoric origin as a zoonotic disease in the primates of Africa through to the 21st century. A widespread and potentially lethal human infectious disease, at its peak malaria infested every continent, except Antarctica.

4. A Japanese American unfurled this banner the day after the Pearl Harbor attack.1941
Discription - The attack on Pearl Harbor was a surprise military strike by the Imperial Japanese Navy Air Service against the United States naval base at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Territory, on the morning of December 7, 1941. The attack, also known as the Battle of Pearl Harbor,[8] led to the United States' entry into World War II.(Via Reddit)

5. A Muslim Bosnian soldier of the Waffen SS Handschar Division studies the difference between the Jews and Muslims, 1941, Bosnia
Discription - The Jews of Bosnia and Herzegovina or Bosnian Jews have a rich and varied history in Bosnia and Herzegovina, surviving World War II and the Yugoslav Wars, after having been established as a result of the Spanish Inquisition, and having been almost destroyed by the Holocaust. At its peak, the Jewish community of Bosnia numbered between 14,000 and 22,000 members in 1941. Of those, 12,000 to 14,000 lived in Sarajevo, comprising 20% of the city's population.(Via Reddit)

6. A Polish Jewish boy lifts the head of a deceased young man who collapsed from starvation and died along the tram lines in the Warsaw Ghetto. Poland, 1942.
Discription -  The Warsaw Ghetto was the largest of all the Jewish ghettos in Nazi-occupied Europe during World War II. It was established by the Nazi German authorities in the Muranów neighborhood of the Polish capital between October and November 16, 1940; within the new General Government territory of German-occupied Poland. During the first year and a half, thousands of Polish Jews as well as some Romani people from smaller towns and the countryside were brought into the Ghetto. An average daily food ration in 1941 for Jews in Warsaw was limited to 184 calories, compared to 699 calories allowed for the gentile Poles and 2,613 calories for the Germans.[36] In August, the rations fell to 177 calories per person.(Via Reddit)

7. American Legion members after a fight with the American Nazi Party who were celebrating Hitler's 49th birthday (April 20, 1938).
Discription - Adolf Hitler was a German politician who was the leader of the Nazi Party ... Hitler and the Nazi regime were also responsible for the killing of an estimated 19.3 million ... Adolf Hitler was born on 20 April 1889 in Braunau am Inn, a town in ..... In early 1938, Hitler used blackmail to consolidate his hold over the military. The Olympic pageantry was a highly stylized celebration of the Nazi(Via Reddit)

8. American Nazis parade on East 86th St. in New York City around 1939
Discription - Arguably, the zenith of the Bund's activities was the rally at Madison Square Garden in New York City on February 20, 1939.[21] Some 20,000 people attended and heard Kuhn criticize President Roosevelt by repeatedly referring to him as "Frank D. Rosenfeld", calling his New Deal the "Jew Deal" and denouncing what he believed to be Bolshevik-Jewish American leadership. Most shocking to American sensibilities was the outbreak of violence between protesters and Bund storm troopers.(Via Reddit)

9. American paratroopers display captured nazi flag after landing behind enemy lines on D-Day, 1944
Discription - The amphibious landings of D-Day were hours away when the first combat missions by the US Army started in France. The invasion of Normandy began with a large-scale parachute drop that included 13,100 soldiers of the 82nd and the 101st Airborne Divisions. The attack occurred during the night in the early hours of June 6, 1944, and was the vanguard of the Allied operations in Normandy.(Via Reddit)

10. American, German, French, Polish & Italian observes being briefed by a Japanese army officer during The Battle of Shanghai, 1937
Discription - American,German,French,Polish & Italian observes during the Japanese invasion of Shanghai 1937. Since the outbreak of the conflict on 7 July 1937, most of the combat operations had occurred across the North China Plain. Neither side intended to escalate the conflict to a total war, but the series of Japanese aggression throughout the 1930s had created the national support from the Chinese perspective for a total war of resistance.(Via Reddit)

11. Automotive designer Alex Tremulis walking alongside his Tucker 48 Sedan, 1948
Discription - He is most remembered for his 1948 Tucker Sedan (known as the "Tucker '48" and initially nicknamed the "Tucker Torpedo"), an automobile which introduced many features that have since become widely used in modern cars. Production of the Tucker '48 was shut down amidst scandal and controversial accusations of stock fraud on March 3, 1949. The 1988 movie Tucker: The Man and His Dream is based on Tucker's spirit and the saga surrounding the car's production.(Via Reddit)

12. British Mark I male tank near Thiepval, 25 September 1916, WWI
Discription - The Mark I entered service in August 1916, and was first used in action on the morning of 15 September 1916 during the Battle of Flers-Courcelette, part of the Somme Offensive.  With the exception of the few interim Mark II and Mark III tanks, it was followed by the largely similar Mark IV, which first saw combat in June 1917. The Mark IV was used en masse, about 460 tanks, at the Battle of Cambrai in November 1917. The Mark V, with a much improved transmission, entered service in mid-1918. More than two thousand British heavy tanks were produced. Manufacture was discontinued at the end of the war.(Via Reddit)

13. Charlie Chaplin attends the premiere of his newest film City Lights in Los Angeles, accompanied by Albert Einstein, and his wife, Elsa Einstein. February 2, 1931
Discription - Feb. 2, 1931 - Paris, France - Professor ALBERT EINSTEIN with his wife and CHARLIE CHAPLIN. Einstein (March 14, 1879 - April 18, 1955) was a German theoretical physicist regarded as the greatest scientist of the 20th century. He proposed the theory of relativity and made contributions to the development of quantum mechanics, statistical mechanics, and cosmology.(Via Reddit)

14. Chinese POWS being force to work for the Japanese Army, 1944
Discription - During World War II, it has been estimated that between 19,500 and 50,000 members of the ... A campaign launched in 1944 to encourage prisoner-taking was partially successful, ... Prisoners captured by Japanese forces during this and the First .... As the Japanese forces in China were mainly on the offensive and suffered.(Via Reddit)

15. Colorized picture Of Border patrol agents try and drag a fugitive border jumper as he tries to get back to Mexico 1920
Discription - Border patrol agents try and drag a fugitive border jumper as he tries to get back to Mexico in this colorized picture from 1920. Many scholars consider the promulgation of the Mexican Constitution of 1917 as the end point of the armed conflict. “Economic and social conditions improved in accordance with revolutionary policies, so that the new society took shape within a framework of official revolutionary institutions,” with the constitution providing that framework.(Via Reddit)

16. Colorized picture Of French soldiers enjoying a meal at the Eiffel Tower, June 1915
Discription - French soldiers enjoying a meal at the Eiffel Tower, June 1915. A French anti-aircraft battery in Bucy-le-Long, Despite the growing use and importance of aircraft during the war, most armies had yet to introduce anti-aircraft.(Via Reddit)

17. Colorized picture Of Soldiers From Czechoslovakia , Canada , United Kingdom , China , Italy, United States and Japan in Siberia during the Russian Civil War 1919
Discription - Soldiers From Czechoslovakia , Canada , United Kingdom , China , Italy, United States and Japan in Siberia during the Russian Civil War 1919.(Via Reddit)

18.Colorized picture Of U.S. Army military policemen toasting bread over molten lava from Vesuvius. The volcano’s spectacular eruption, began on March18, 1944
Discription - U.S. Army military policemen toasting bread over molten lava from Vesuvius. The volcano’s spectacular eruption, began on March 18, 1944. "U.S. Army military policemen toasting bread over molten lava from Vesuvius. The volcano's spectacular eruption, which began on March 18, 1944.(Via Reddit)

19. Delegation of the USSR in Britain. Molotov. Dundee Airport, Scotland.19-05-1942
Discription - The arrival in the United Kingdom of the People's Commissar for Foreign Affairs of the USSR Molotov(Via Reddit)

20. English women protesting their governments stance on refusing to allow them to serve in WWI in 1915
Discription - English women protesting their government's stance on refusing to allow them to serve in WWI in 1915. Word had spread that other countries including Italy.(Via Reddit)

21. George Lincoln Rockwell and members of the American Nazi Party attend a Nation of Islam summit in 1961 to hear Malcolm X speak
Discription - In 1961, Elijah Muhammad, founder of the black supremacist Nation of Islam, met with Ku Klux Klan leaders at the Magnolia Hall in Atlanta. Although they had different ideas about the skin color of the master race, they shared the belief that blacks and whites should stay separate. The following year, Muhammad invited American Nazi Party chief George Lincoln Rockwell to attend a Nation convention, even though Rockwell had often called blacks “the lowest scum of humanity”. (Via Reddit)

22. German commercial airship GRAF ZEPPLIN in an airship hangar during the 1920s
Discription - German commercial airship GRAF ZEPPLIN in an airship hangar during the 1920s or 30s. The defeat of Germany in 1918 temporarily slowed down the airship business. Although DELAG established a scheduled daily service between Berlin, Munich, and Friedrichshafen in 1919, the airships built for this service eventually had to be surrendered under the terms of the Treaty of Versailles, which also prohibited Germany from building large airships. An exception was made allowing the construction of one airship for the US Navy, which saved the company from extinction. In 1926 the restrictions on airship construction were lifted and with the aid of donations from the public, work was started on the construction of LZ 127 Graf Zeppelin. This revived the company's fortunes, and during the 1930s the airships Graf Zeppelin and the larger LZ 129 Hindenburg operated regular transatlantic flights from Germany to North America and Brazil.(Via Reddit)

23. German refugees crowding the market square at Juchen, Germany, a town captured by the US Army at the end of the Second World War, 3rd March 1945
Discription - German refugees crowding the market square at Juchen Germany a town captured by the US Army.(Via Reddit)

24. Gustave Whitehead and his monoplane taken near Whitehead's Pine Street shop, by Valerian Gribayedoff, 1901
Discription - Gustave Albin Whitehead (born Gustav Albin Weisskopf; 1 January 1874 – 10 October 1927) was an aviation pioneer who emigrated from Germany to the United States where he designed and built gliders, flying machines and engines between 1897 and 1915. Controversy surrounds published accounts and Whitehead's own claims that he flew a powered machine successfully several times in 1901 and 1902, predating the first flights by the Wright Brothers in 1903.(Via Reddit)

25. Howard Hughes flying his H-4 Hercules (Spruce Goose) on its one and only takeoff at Long Beach California in 1947
Discription - The Hughes H-4 Hercules is a prototype strategic airlift flying boat designed and built by the Hughes Aircraft Company. Intended as a transatlantic flight transport for use during World War II, it was not completed in time to be used in the war. The aircraft made only one brief flight on November 2, 1947, and the project never advanced beyond the single example produced.(Via Reddit)

26. Italian civilians are arrested in Rome by German troops following the partisan attack on occupying soldiers, 1944
Discription - In the spring of 1944, Nazi troops massacred hundreds of Italian civilians in the Ardeatine Caves near Rome. After World War II came to an end, however, the German government did little to track down the perpetrators. At the time, both Rome and Bonn were more interested in politics than justice. Prior to World War II, the Ardeatine Caves were mined for the volcanic material known as tuff for use in cement production. But by March 24, 1944, production had long since ceased.(Via Reddit)

27. Japanese Soldiers During The Invasion of Manchuria, September 1931
Discription - In September 1931, they claimed that Chinese soldiers had sabotaged the railway, and attacked the Chinese army. By February 1932, the Japanese had conquered the whole of Manchuria. Thousands of Chinese soldiers and civilians were killed. ... In 1933, Japan invaded China.(Via Reddit)

28. Japanese Soldiers in The Ruins Changsha City during the Ichi Go Offensive, June 1944
Discription - Operation Ichi-Go was a campaign of a series of major battles between the Imperial Japanese Army forces and the National Revolutionary Army of the Republic of China, fought from April to December 1944. It consisted of three separate battles in the Chinese provinces of Henan, Hunan and Guangxi.(Via Reddit)

29. Jewish soldiers of the German Army celebrating Hanukkah during WWI, 1916
Discription - Jewish soldiers of the German Army celebrating Hanukkah during WWI, 1916. Hanukkah 1916 Jewish soldiers at military Hanukkah celebration World War I; Russia ... to the colorized photo of Tommies on Christmas leave in London Jewish soldiers of the German and Austro-Hungarian armies celebrating Hanukkah. ... 1916 French Children World War I Father Killed Trenches ORIGINAL.(Via Reddit)

30. Major Erik Bonde smokes a cigarette after being hit by two bullets, 1962
Discription - Sunglasses, shirtless, two gaping bullet holes, smoking a cig, holding his gun and not giving a single fuck. Major Erik Bonde after he been hit by two bullets, in Kongo, 15th jan, 1962 as part of the swedish UN contingent.(Via Reddit)

31. Margaret Bridge (Budapest, Hungary) accidentally blown up by the Wehrmacht in November 1944
Discription - All the bridges of Budapest were blown up by World War II Wehrmacht sapper troops in January 1945 during their retreat to the Buda side of the surrounded capital. However, Margaret Bridge had been damaged earlier, on 4 November 1944, when an accidental explosion destroyed the eastern span of the bridge. 600 civilians and 40 German soldiers died. During reconstruction, much of the original steel material was lifted from the river and incorporated into the rebuilt structure.(Via Reddit)

32. Mass Nazi rally in Madison Square Garden, 1939
Discription - Supposedly 22,000 Nazi supporters attended a German American Bund rally at New York’s Madison Square Garden in February 1939, under police guard. Demonstrators protested outside. Aside from its admiration for Adolf Hitler and the achievements of Nazi Germany, the German American Bund program included antisemitism, strong anti-Communist sentiments, and the demand that the United States remain neutral in the approaching European conflict.(Via Reddit)

33. Men of the 10th (Service) Battalion, East Yorkshire Regiment of the 31st Division marching to the frontline, 28 June 1916, WWI
Discription - Men of the 10th (Service) Battalion, East Yorkshire Regiment of the 31st Division marching to the frontline, 28 June 1916. ... Some rare historical photos. See more. WWI, Oct 1916, Somme; British troops halted on the road at Montauban.(Via Reddit)

34. Message sent by bird from tank, France, 1918
Discription - Another pigeon was sent with the message, "Men are suffering. ... de Guerre, a decoration awarded to foreign troops by the French Army, as well as other honors by the ... But Cher Ami was not the only heroic bird to save lives.(Via Reddit)

35. Campbell-Railton Blue Bird, built by Sir Malcolm Campbell. It is powered by a 37 liter supercharged Rolls-Royce R V12 capable of producing about 2,800
Discription - The Campbell-Railton Blue Bird was Sir Malcolm Campbell's final land speed record car.
His previous Campbell-Napier-Railton Blue Bird of 1931 was rebuilt significantly. The overall layout and the simple twin deep chassis rails remained, but little else. The bodywork remained similar, with the narrow body, the tombstone radiator grille and the semi-spatted wheels, but the mechanics were new. Most significantly, a larger, heavier and considerably more powerful Rolls-Royce R V12 engine replaced the old Napier Lion, again with supercharger. This required two prominent "knuckles" atop the bodywork, to cover the V12 engine's camboxes.(Via Reddit)

36. Night snapshot of the street Unter den Linden, 1939
Discription - Night snapshot of the street Unter den Linden, 1939. Look at the Reich Leadership School decorated with swastikas, Nazi flags and imperial eagles in the Unter den Linden Street just before Adolf Hitler's 50th birthday.(Via Reddit)

37. Protesters fighting against police brutality and for better wages. c.1909-1923.
Discription - The Catholic Worker Movement started with the Catholic Worker newspaper, created by Dorothy Day to advance Catholic social teaching and stake out a neutral, pacifist position in the war-torn 1930s. Day attempted to put her words from the Catholic Worker into action through "houses of hospitality"[4] and then through a series of farms for people to live together communally.(Via Reddit)

38. Pyramid of captured German helmets, New York 1919
Discription - This interesting picture, taken in 1919, shows employees of the New York Central Railroad at a celebration in Victory Way, showing off a pyramid of recovered German helmets in front of Grand Central Terminal. There were over 12,000 German Pickelhaubes on the pyramid, sent from warehouses in Germany at the end of the war.(Via Reddit)

39. Six British Royal Navy Corsair fighters flying in formation over Maine, USA, November 1944
Discription - Six British Royal Navy Corsair fighters flying in formation, November 1944. ... KC-135 Stratotanker: 1960s -- A flight of U.S. Air Force F- ... A Royal Navy Merlin helicopter passes over HMS Cumberland during counter drug smuggling ..... A formation of six British Corsairs during a training over the Maine countryside.(Via Reddit)

40. Soviet soldiers remove the Nazi swastika and symbolism on the entrance to the Voykov Metallurgy Plant in Kerch, Crimean Peninsula, RSFSR, April 11th, 1944.
Discription - The plant was a scene of fierce fighting during the defence of kerch in 1942, after occupation the germans took it over.(Via Reddit)

41. Soviet Soldiers stand at the grave of a fallen comrade, Pridacha-Stalene Region,Voronezh, August 1942
Discription - Soviet Soldiers stand at the grave of a fallen comrade, Pridacha-Stalene Region,Voronezh, August 1942.(Via Reddit)

42. Soviet Soldiers stand at the grave of a fallen comrade, Pridacha-Stalene Region,Voronezh, August 1942
Discription - The Soviet Union signed a non-aggression pact with Nazi Germany on 23 August 1939. In addition to stipulations of non-aggression, the treaty included a secret protocol that divided territories of Romania, Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia and Finland into German and Soviet "spheres of influence", anticipating potential "territorial and political rearrangements" of these countries.(Via Reddit)

43. The Fifth Solvay Conference, featuring the world's most notable physicists (1927)
Discription - The International Solvay Institutes for Physics and Chemistry, located in Brussels, were founded by the Belgian industrialist Ernest Solvay in 1912, following the historic invitation-only 1911 Conseil Solvay, considered a turning point in the world of physics. The Institutes coordinate conferences, workshops, seminars, and colloquia.(Via Reddit)

44. The first Japanese embassy at Washington D.C in 1860
Discription - The Japanese Embassy to the United States was dispatched in 1860 by the Tokugawa shogunate (bakufu). Its objective was to ratify the new Treaty of Friendship, Commerce, and Navigation between the United States and Japan, in addition to being Japan’s first diplomatic mission to the United States since the 1854 opening of Japan by Commodore Matthew Perry.(Via Reddit)

45. The German American Bund, an American Nazi organization, parade in Manhattan under police supervision, October 30th,1939
Discription -  Read the latest on the Manhattan truck attack with our reporting on ... tourists who traveled to New York for a 30-year high school reunion celebration, ... The police preparing to tow a Toyota minivan with a Florida license plate .... Sayfullo Saipov, the Suspect in the New York Terror Attack, and His Past OCT.(Via Reddit)

46. The Liberation of Bergen-belsen Concentration Camp -women inmates collect their bread ration from one of the five camp cookhouses 1945
Discription - The liberation of Bergen-Belsen, April, Cheerful women inmates collect their bread ration from one of the five camp cookhouses.(Via Reddit)

47. The Polish 1st Infantry Division heads towards the front, summer 1943
Discription - An American soldier of the 45th Infantry Division of the U.S. Army National Guard does not interfere as a liberated prisoner at Dachau concentration camp.(Via Reddit)

48. Three men in a Horse-Drawn Fire Engine race down a City street somewhere in America, circa early 1900s
Discription - Three muscular horses pull a Los Angeles fire engine up a First Street Hill, circa Courtesy of the USC Libraries - California ... Engine 22's horse-drawn steam pumper in the South End, circa 1900. ..... Horse-Drawn Fire truck: Manhattan Engine 55 American La France 1899.(Via Reddit)

49. Tiger I of the Schwere Panzer Abteilung 503, Eastern Front, Kursk, 1943
Discription - The Battle of Kursk was a Second World War engagement between German and Soviet forces on the Eastern Front near Kursk in the Soviet Union during July and August 1943. The battle began with the launch of the German offensive, Operation Citadel (German: Unternehmen Zitadelle), on 5 July, which had the objective of pinching off the Kursk salient with attacks on the base of the salient from north and south simultaneously. After the German offensive stalled on the northern side of the salient, on 12 July the Soviets commenced their Kursk Strategic Offensive Operation with the launch of Operation Kutuzov (Russian: ???????) against the rear of the German forces in the northern side.

50. Two women in a Berlin nightclub flirt with strangers via an elaborate system of table phones and pneumatic tubes 1920s
Discription - You hear it often: dating today doesn’t work like it used to. Or: apps like Tinder have made flirting more distant. But the process of staring, judging, and messaging potential suitors from afar—hallmarks of modern dating apps—is not new. Beginning in the 1920s, nightclub-goers in Berlin who feared face-to-face encounters could communicate with beautiful strangers from across the room.(Via Reddit)

51. U.S. troops in Vladivostok during Russian Civil War.1918
Discription - The American Expeditionary Force Siberia (AEF Siberia) was a United States Army force that was involved in the Russian Civil War in Vladivostok, Russian Empire, during the end of World War I after the October Revolution, from 1918 to 1920.(Via Reddit)

52. US Generals Theodore Roosevelt Jr., Terry Allen and George Patton at the Battle of El Guettar. Late March, 1943
Discription - US generals Theodore Roosevelt Jr, Terry Allen and George Patton. March Patton led the US Army to it's first victory against German forces at El Guettar. US generals Theodore Roosevelt Jr., Terry Allen and George Patton.jpg. From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. Jump to: ... generals Theodore Roosevelt Jr., Terry Allen and George Patton. Patton lead the US Army to it's first victory against German forces at El Guettar. Date, March 1943.(Via Reddit)

53. USS Colorado visiting New York City in 1932
Discription - The USS Colorado (BB-45) was a battleship of the United States Navy that was in service from 1923 to 1947. She was the lead ship of the Colorado class of battleships and the third naval ship named for the 38th state. Her keel was laid down on 29 May 1919 by the New York Shipbuilding Corporation. She was launched on 22 March 1921 and commissioned on 30 August 1923. She was armed with eight 16-inch (406 mm) guns and fourteen 5-inch (127 mm) deck guns; two 5-inch guns were removed in an overhaul.(Via Reddit)

54. USS Cotten (DD-669) coming alongside USS Essex, october 1944
Discription - USS Essex was an aircraft carrier and the lead ship of the 24-ship Essex class built for the United States Navy during World War II. She was the fourth US Navy ship to bear the name. Commissioned in December 1942, Essex participated in several campaigns in the Pacific Theater of Operations, earning the Presidential Unit Citation and 13 battle stars. Decommissioned shortly after the end of the war, she was modernized and recommissioned in the early 1950s as an attack carrier (CVA), and then eventually became an antisubmarine aircraft carrier (CVS). In her second career, she served mainly in the Atlantic, playing a role in the Cuban Missile Crisis. She also participated in the Korean War, earning four battle stars and the Navy Unit Commendation. She was the primary recovery carrier for the Apollo 7 space mission.(Via Reddit)

55. USS Leyte (CV-32) and USS Wright (CVL-49) moored at Naval Air Station Quonset Point, Rhode Island, 1950
Discription - Quonset Point, also known simply as Quonset, is a small peninsula in Narragansett Bay in the U.S. state of Rhode Island. It is contained entirely within the town of North Kingstown. Its name is widely known from the Quonset hut, which was first manufactured there. "Quonset" is a Native American word likely meaning "small long place".(Via Reddit)

56. Women needing care in the hospital huts, after the liberation of Bergen Belsen extermination camp, 1945
Discription - Women needing care in the hospital huts after the occupation of Bergen Belsen extermination camp Germany.(Via Reddit)

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