Andrei Nicuta

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There is such a depth of elegance and almost dreamy beauty in this wonderful Edwardian image. (Leonard Misonne, Madame ca. 1910

There is such a depth of elegance and almost dreamy beauty in this wonderful Edwardian image (Léonard Misonne, Madame Misonne, ca I have to say it's a very beautiful picture

English Flight test engineer Lettice Curtis with a Spitfire during WWII... During her ATA service she was one of the first dozen women to qualify to fly four-engined heavy bombers. She flew continually during World War II through all types of weather to various destinations. She flew "thirteen days on, two off, for sixty-two consecutive months", between July 1940 and September 1945.

Spitfire pilot Lettice Curtis during World War II. The civilian Air Transport Auxiliary (ATA) pilots, which included female flyers known as Spitfire women, delivered more than aircraft to frontline airfields.

Messenger dogs and handler near Villers-Bretonneux, 1918.

Messengers - dogs in wartime - Villers-Bretonneux, France, Corporate James Coull with dogs of the No. 3 Messenger Dog Section. Left to right, the dogs are Nell, Trick and Buller. Picture: Australian War Memorial v