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Portrait of Manuel Quezon, date unknownRommel as a cadet at Royal Officer Cadet School, Danzig, circa 1910
Portrait of Manuel Quezon, date unknownRommel as a cadet at Royal Officer Cadet School, Danzig, circa 1910
Winston Churchill, Judd Blick, John Blick, Frederick Burnham, and the Earl of Kent at Giza, Egypt, 1910Portrait of Song Meiling, May 1910
Winston Churchill, Judd Blick, John Blick, Frederick Burnham, and the Earl of Kent at Giza, Egypt, 1910Portrait of Song Meiling, May 1910
Nine European monarchs gathering at Windsor Castle for the funeral of King Edward VII, Berkshire, England, United Kingdom, 20 May 1910Portrait of Chiang Kaishek as an enlisted member of Japanese Army 19th Field Artillery Regiment based in Takada (now Joetsu), Niigata Prefecture, Japan, late 1910
Nine European monarchs gathering at Windsor Castle for the funeral of King Edward VII, Berkshire, England, United Kingdom, 20 May 1910Portrait of Chiang Kaishek as an enlisted member of Japanese Army 19th Field Artillery Regiment based in Takada (now Joetsu), Niigata Prefecture, Japan, late 1910
Empress Dowager Longyu and Xuantong Emperor, Beijing, China, 1911UK Home Secretary Winston Churchill at the scene of the Siege of Sidney Street, London, England, United Kingdom, 3 Jan 1911
Empress Dowager Longyu and Xuantong Emperor, Beijing, China, 1911UK Home Secretary Winston Churchill at the scene of the Siege of Sidney Street, London, England, United Kingdom, 3 Jan 1911
Lt Cmdr Leahy as President William H. TaftBritish Colonial Secretary Winston Churchill in Damascus, Ottoman Syria, 1912
Lt Cmdr Leahy as President William H. Taft's aide, 15 Oct 1911British Colonial Secretary Winston Churchill in Damascus, Ottoman Syria, 1912
Canadian Prime Minister Robert Borden and British First Lord of the Admiralty Winston Churchill in London, England, United Kingdom, 1912Fencers Jean de Mas Latrie of France and George Patton of the United States competing in the 1912 Summer Olympics, Stockholm, Sweden, 1912
Canadian Prime Minister Robert Borden and British First Lord of the Admiralty Winston Churchill in London, England, United Kingdom, 1912Fencers Jean de Mas Latrie of France and George Patton of the United States competing in the 1912 Summer Olympics, Stockholm, Sweden, 1912
Lansdorff as a midshipman, 1912Omar Bradley at the United States Military Academy at West Point, New York, United States, 1911-1915
Lansdorff as a midshipman, 1912Omar Bradley at the United States Military Academy at West Point, New York, United States, 1911-1915
Portrait of Ioseb Jughashvili, 1912Portrait of Stimson, circa 1912
Portrait of Ioseb Jughashvili, 1912Portrait of Stimson, circa 1912
Portrait of Wang Jingwei, 1910sUS Military Academy football team, 1912; note Dwight Eisenhower second from left and Omar Bradley second from right
Portrait of Wang Jingwei, 1910sUS Military Academy football team, 1912; note Dwight Eisenhower second from left and Omar Bradley second from right
Thomas Hitchcock, Jr. and Flora Whitney at Belmont Park, New York, United States, 4 May 1912Prince William, King Gustaf V of Sweden, and Crown Prince Gustaf observing the Games of the V Olympiad, May-Jul 1912
Thomas Hitchcock, Jr. and Flora Whitney at Belmont Park, New York, United States, 4 May 1912Prince William, King Gustaf V of Sweden, and Crown Prince Gustaf observing the Games of the V Olympiad, May-Jul 1912

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