lucynic83:

I think all this talk about age is foolish. Every time I`m one year older, everyone else is too.

Anonymous: could you write something about when richard came home after gillian put away all the portraits of jimmy?

boardwalkempress:

She told him, after, when the room was cast in moon-whites and night-blacks and the shadows has ensconced her delicate features, that she couldn’t bear to see Jimmy’s eyes looking out from empty rooms anymore.

The silence swelled between them.

Richard knew she still felt the sear of it, too.

Jimmy’s gaze. All-seeing and all-over.

Studies for “Gassed,” John Singer Sargent, 1919

teatimeatwinterpalace:

28th July 1914 - Austria-Hungary declares war on Serbia

On July 28, 1914, one month to the day after Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria and his wife were killed by a Serbian nationalist in Sarajevo, Austria-Hungary declares war on Serbia, effectively beginning the First World War.

The following telegram sent by Count Leopold von Berchtold (Austro-Hungarian Foreign Minister) at 11.10 am to M. N. Pashitch (Serbian Prime Minister and Foreign Minister), who received it at 12.30 pm

Vienna
28 July 1914

The Royal Serbian Government not having answered in a satisfactory manner the note of July 23, 1914, presented by the Austro-Hungarian Minister at Belgrade, the Imperial and Royal Government are themselves compelled to see to the safeguarding of their rights and interests, and, with this object, to have recourse to force of arms.

Austria-Hungary consequently considers herself henceforward in state of war with Serbia.

Count Berchtold

disabilityfest → dean o’banion

I’ve been very well behaved.

omerta-fashion:

New Season, New suits…Boardwalk couture.

eclectictsunami replied to your post:

so pretty. look how flawlessly that coat is belted

richard knows how to accessorize to bring out his assets. accentuate that waist farmboy

disabilityfest → rose van alden

"It means I’m not fully a woman. I want to get this fixed." 

atlanticinfocus:

From World War I in Photos: The Western Front Part II, and Armistice, one of 45 photos. A soldier of Company K, 110th Regt. Infantry (formerly 3rd and 10th Inf., Pennsylvania National Guard), just wounded, receiving first-aid treatment from a comrade. Varennes-en-Argonne, France, on September 26, 1918. (U.S. Army/U.S. National Archives)

Today’s entry is part 9 of a 10-part series on World War I, which will be posted every Sunday until June 29.

humanoidhistory:

HALT THE HUN! — World War I propaganda poster by Henry P. Raleigh, for the publicity bureau of the U.S. Treasury.

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100 words that define WW1

oupacademic:

From trench foot and shell shock to tank and tailspin, the First World War had a profound and lasting effect on the English language. The interactive OED WW1 timeline explores the 100 words that define the First World War. http://oxford.ly/ww1words

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bigbywolffs:

the quiet moments when you otp is all banged up after barely surviving a firefight and they’re patching each other up (✿ ♥‿♥)

"We’re still there, aren’t we?

LLMNS