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832-381878 - Residents of the village of Iwasoudanei checking the quality of the dried rhizomes of organically cultivated Irises (Iris germanica), which are stored on the roof of the mud house of Hassan Bouship, the chief of the village of Iwasoudane, for natural cosmetics in Europe, Ait Inzel Gebel Region, Atlas Mountains, Morocco, Africa
832-381877 - Mohammed El Malaoui checking the quality of the dried rhizomes of organically cultivated Irises (Iris germanica), which are stored on the roof of the mud house of Hassan Bouship, the chief of the village of Iwasoudane, for natural cosmetics in Europe, Ait Inzel Gebel Region, Atlas Mountains, Morocco, Africa
817-455472 - Shoo Shoo Baby is the name of a B-17 Flying Fortress in World War II, preserved and on public display. A B-17G-35-BO, serial number 42-32076, and manufactured by Boeing, it was named by her crew for a song of the same name made popular by The Andrews Sisters, the favorite song of its crew chief T/Sgt. Hank Cordes. Photographs of the bomber indicate that a third 'Shoo' was added to the name at some point in May 1944 when the original aircraft commander completed his tour of duty and was replaced by another pilot.
857-70710 - Chief Alfred Red Cloud II wearing his chief headdress made with eagle feathers stood silently, watching the Veterans pow wow in Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. Alfred is the great, great grandson of Chief Red Cloud, the last of the Lakota Chiefs and important leader of the Lakota as they transitioned from the freedom of the plains to the confinement of the reservation system.
817-232133 - General Joffre sympathising with one of his wounded soldiers during World War I Joseph Jacques Cesaire Joffre, 1852 to 1931 French general, Commander-in-Chief of the French Army From The Illustrated War News 1915
829-829 - Chief Petty Officer Dudley Malgas of the South African Navy posing alongside the noon gun cannon in Cape Town. CPO Malgas has been in charge of firing the canon since 1995. The daily noon gun is Cape Town’s oldest living tradition and the two cannons used are the oldest guns in daily use in the world. They have marked the midday hour in the mother city in this distinctive, albeit noisy manner since early 1806. The cannons were cast in Britain in 1794 and still bear the royal crest of King George the third. The firing of the cannon was originally to give ships in the bay a means of re-setting their clocks accurately.
817-115145 - Paul Thistle, right, listens to a woman patient in his office at the Howard Hospital, Thistle is a Canadian doctor and is the the Hospital's Chief Medical Officer, The Howard Hospital is a Salvation Army operated faciltiy located in northern Zimbabwe
829-828 - Chief Petty Officer Dudley Malgas using a wooden ram rod to push the charge into the muzzle of the noon gun cannon in Cape Town. The daily noon gun is Cape Town’s oldest living tradition and the two cannons used are the oldest guns in daily use in the world. They have marked the midday hour in the mother city in this distinctive, albeit noisy manner since early 1806. The cannons were cast in Britain in 1794 and still bear the royal crest of King George the third. The firing of the cannon was originally to give ships in the bay a means of re-setting their clocks accurately.
817-33808 - D-Duisburg, Rhein, Niederrhein, Ruhrgebiet, Nordrhein-Westfalen, NRW, D-Duisburg-Hochheide, Siedlung Johannenhof, Bergarbeitersiedlung der Zeche Rheinpreussen, Wohnhaeuser Am Alefskamp, Architekt Vallentin, Route der Industriekultur, D-Duisburg, Rhin