14 10 / 2013

08 10 / 2013

honeygsweetescape:

HISTORY MEME - 1/7 PAIRINGS - QUEEN VICTORIA & PRINCE ALBERT

"He seems perfection, and I think that I have the prospect of very great happiness before me. I love him more than I can say…"


"I need not tell you that since we left, all my thoughts have been with you at Windsor, and that your image fills my whole soul. Even in my dreams I never imagined that I should find so much love on earth." [x]


<3

honeygsweetescape:

HISTORY MEME - 1/7 PAIRINGS - QUEEN VICTORIA & PRINCE ALBERT

"He seems perfection, and I think that I have the prospect of very great happiness before me. I love him more than I can say…"

"I need not tell you that since we left, all my thoughts have been with you at Windsor, and that your image fills my whole soul. Even in my dreams I never imagined that I should find so much love on earth." [x]

<3

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30 9 / 2013

&lt;3

09 9 / 2013

I hope so&#8230;

I hope so…

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26 8 / 2013

royalgallery:

Albert,Prince Consort by F.X. Winterhalter,1859

Happy 194th birthday, Albert!

royalgallery:

Albert,Prince Consort by F.X. Winterhalter,1859

Happy 194th birthday, Albert!

25 8 / 2013


viα pawel-shadow: Glowworm Caves, New Zealand

Trip (of a lifetime) to New Zealand officially booked!

viα pawel-shadowGlowworm Caves, New Zealand

Trip (of a lifetime) to New Zealand officially booked!

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28 7 / 2013

I want to do this so bad!

I want to do this so bad!

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24 7 / 2013

britishroyalty:

His Royal Highness Prince George Alexander Louis of Cambridge.

britishroyalty:

His Royal Highness Prince George Alexander Louis of Cambridge.

19 7 / 2013

06 7 / 2013

12/12/12.

12/12/12.

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20 6 / 2013

JEB &lt;3

JEB <3

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13 6 / 2013

WANT SO BAD.

WANT SO BAD.

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11 6 / 2013

06 6 / 2013

pbsthisdayinhistory:

June 6, 1944: D-Day, The Invasion of Normandy

On this day in 1944, Allied troops stormed the beaches of Normandy, France. More than 160,000 American, British, and Canadian troops and 30,000 vehicles landed along a 50-mile stretch of fortified French coastline. The Battle of Normandy, known as “Operation Overlord,” lasted from June 1944 to August 1944 and aided in ending World War II in Europe. 

Explore American Experience’s ”D-Day” timeline, maps, and film to learn more.

Photos: D-Day-Normandy invasion by Robert Sargent, 1944. (Library of Congress). General Dwight D. Eisenhower gives the order of the day: “full victory - nothing else” to paratroopers in England, just before they board their airplanes to the continent of Europe, 1944. (National Archives).

05 6 / 2013

pbsthisdayinhistory:

June 5, 1968: Senator Robert F. Kennedy is Shot

On this day in 1968, New York Senator Robert “Bobby” Kennedy was shot by an assassin at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles, California.

Moments after winning the California and South Dakota primary elections, Sen. Kennedy was shot as he walked through the Ambassador Hotel. The 42-year-old presidential hopeful died hours later at Good Samaritan Hospital in L.A.

His tragic death came only four and a half years after his brother President John F. Kennedy’s assassination in Dallas, Texas. Explore American Experience’s biography of Robert. F. Kennedy to learn more

Photos: Robert F. Kennedy, 1968 (Library of Congress). Robert F. Kennedy speaking to a crowd through a megaphone outside the Justice Department, 1963 (Library of Congress).