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Military Mashup, Camp Adams, Arlington Fly-In, Arlington, WA

Published about 1 year ago by Bill Edwards

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Comrade Tracy and my son Bryce, in WW2 uniforms, ride Tracy's Soviet Ural motorcycle in the Camp Adams milita<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/military-mashup-camp-adams-arlington-fly-in-arlington-wa">...(more)</a>

Arlington Fly-In, Camp Adams Military History Area, Arlington, WA

Published about 2 years ago by Bill Edwards

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Military vehicles and WW II re-enactors populate the grounds of Camp Adams military history area during the week of the annual Arlington Fly-In at the Arlington Municipal Airport at Arlington, Washington.

Arlington Fly-In, Comrade Tracy and Ural with Sidecar, Arlington, WA

Published about 2 years ago by Bill Edwards

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Living in the past and loving it, Comrade Tracy in full Soviet military dress guards her prized Sovi<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/arlington-fly-in-comrade-tracy-and-ural-with-sidecar-arlington-wa">...(more)</a>

Russian Cemetry at Belsen

Published about 2 years ago by John Willetts ARPS

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The Russian Military Cemetry at the former Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp.

Viminacium - Serbia

Published about 3 years ago by Saša Stojanović

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Viminacium (VIMINACIVM) was a major city (provincial capital) and military camp of the Roman province of Moesia (today's Serbia), and the capital of<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/viminacium-serbia">...(more)</a>

Viminacium Ancient City and Military Camp

Published about 3 years ago by Saša Stojanović

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Viminacium… It used to be such a radiant town! Monumental temples, wide streets, luxurious villas, extensive baths, an amphi<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/viminacium-ancient-city-and-military-camp">...(more)</a>

Viminacium - tombs

Published about 3 years ago by Saša Stojanović

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THE CEMETERIESThe earliest record of the cemeteries of Viminacium dates from as early as 1882, when M. Valtrović noted that a large Roman cemetery la<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/viminacium-tombs">...(more)</a>