'New York Yankees Show Support for The Troops in World War I' Photographic Print Size: 36" H x 24" W
Shirley Temple kisses the troops for charity during World War II, 1940s.
London's Highgate Cemetery. Thornton (1883 to 1918) was a classical pianist and played music for the troops in World War One
Carter Hall was the Millwood,Virginia, USA estate of Lt. Col. Nathaniel Burwell (1750–1814). It served as headquarters for Stonewall Jackson during part of the American Civil War, and was raided and sacked by Union troops during the war.
War Eagle from Iraq! Thanks to all our troops, Auburn and even the other guys
Old, deserted mill near Lindale, Ga. It was destroyed by northern troops during the Civil War and later restored, but has been out of commission for decades. Neat reflection on the water.
Marlene Dietrich, "a German who had renounced her country following the rise of the Nazis and rejected Hitler's request that she return--became an ardent and fearless supporter of the Allied Forces, performing hundreds of times for the troops as near the war zone as she could get." " When asked why she had traveled to war zones to entertain and comfort Allied troops, she famously and simply replied, "aus Anstand." "It was the decent thing to do.""
African American troops, World War Two (looks like Europe, but the photo is uncredited and untraceable, alas. rw)