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⚡️FOR SALE⚡️WWII SWEETHEART BRACELET, featuring 5 Sterling Silver charms on the original chain. $125, free shipping in the US. Claim in comments below! _______________________________________________________ FORT DEVENS HISTORY: Fort Devens was an active United States Army military installation in the towns of Ayer and Shirley, in Middlesex County and Harvard in Worcester County in the U.S. state of Massachusetts. It was named after jurist and Civil War general Charles Devens. The nearby Devens Reserve Forces Training Area is located in Lancaster. Although closed in 1996, the fort was reopened the next day as the Devens Reserve Forces Training Area. The name reverted to Fort Devens in May 2007. In 1940, at the onset of World War II, Fort Devens was designated a reception center for all men in New England who would serve one year as draftees. A massive $25 million building project was begun, including more than 1200 wooden buildings and an airfield. The 1st, 32nd, and 45th Divisions trained at Devens during the war. Devens also housed a prisoner of war camp for German and Italian prisoners from 1944 to 1946. It was designated as early as 1942 for detaining "enemy aliens" of Italian, German and Japanese birth. _______________________________________________________ SWEETHEART CUSTOM HISTORY: The sweetheart customs from WWI continued when the U.S. faced more formidable opponents during World War II. One of the favorite ways to show patriotism and feel close to those serving our country was expressed through wearing a special piece of jewelry reflecting the branch of service a sweetheart, son or brother was representing. One of the most popular forms of jewelry was the sweetheart bracelet. _______________________________________________________ # #proudamerican

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Whiskey Tango Foxtrot

image by Communitas (@frank_j_miles) with caption : "🤳 1.Peak 
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🤳 1.Peak 2.Jockstrap LIT ... ///We champion all men, to be a polymath: A Supermodel (Spiritus/Breath/Spiritual) Jock (Manus/Body/Physical) Philosopher (Sophus/Mind/Mental) With A Heart Of Gold (Animus/Heart/Emotional)! You’re invited! Come./// 💸💰👏👏👏☮🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🏆 #proudamerican

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1.Peak 2.Jockstrap LIT ... ///We champion all men, to be a polymath: A Supermodel (Spiritus/Breath/Spiritual) Jock (Manus/Body/Physical) Philosopher (Sophus/Mind/Mental) With A Heart Of Gold (Animus/Heart/Emotional)! You’re invited! Come./// 💸💰👏👏👏☮🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🏆 #proudamerican

image by April (@hickory_root_farmstead) with caption : "This gal LOVES America (she aspires to be president one day) and wrote a letter to President Trump last January right ar" - 1698663848910201955
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This gal LOVES America (she aspires to be president one day) and wrote a letter to President Trump last January right around Inauguration Day. We had given up on getting a response, until a letter came from the White House yesterday. She was so happy!!! You would have thought the POTUS had personally delivered it or something 😂 P.S. My IG is a drama free zone so don't bring any disrespect to my country here, I will just delete it. #proudamerican

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Passionate Patriot

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The Washington Monument. If you look closely you can see brick discoloration. Why? In 1854, with the structure at about 150 feet high, funds ran low and work came to a standstill. President Ulysses Grant authorized federal funding to finish the monument and work resumed in 1879. One set of brick colors is the first attempt at construction and the second set is from completion. By 1888 the 555ft structure was finished and opened to the public. #proudamerican

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TAG THE FLAG ™