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الصورة من المقدادية حسبما موصوف في النص الإنجليزي تعود الصورة لعام 1911



traditional Iraqi bread , Iraqi women making
bread in morning in muqdadiyah , Iraq this women us Pottery Recipe and firewood its really

amazing bread photo by mpride1911’s












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كربلاء في مطلع القرن العشرين



“Karbala Early 20th century; 1-3 Northward views, 1932 4 a view from the Souq 1918 #iraqesque”












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أتراك في بغداد أيام السلاطين كأنهم حراس لوالي

النص تحت باللغة التركية هممم يقول في القنصلية في بغداد
ولا أدري هل قنصلية تركية أم أميركية لأنه مذكور كلمة (أميركا)



Türkiye'nin Bağdat şehrindeki valilik binamız. İçeriye girmek için izin bekleyen kişi de Amerika Birleşik Devletleri'nin Bağdat Konsolosu..












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سوق الشورجة \ بغداد 1980














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مجموعة صور للعلوج مشاة البحرية الأميركية ( المارينز ) الصورة الأولى أعتقد في العراق لا أدري بالضبط أين المكان ؟ عرفت قرأت الشرح تحت الذي نقلته من موقع أخر ( أمريكي ) يقول يحالون دخول أحد قصور صدام 2003








Created in 1798, the Marine Corps Band was called "The President’s Own" by President Jefferson during his inaugural ball. Since then, the band has played at every presidential inauguration. Here's the band in 1893.



U.S. Marine Corps Photo

In the early 1900s, Marine forces were active in China and the Philippines. This photo from 1907 shows Marines posing in front of the Great Sphinx in Egypt.



U.S. Marine Corps Photo


World War I was characterized by trench warfare and the use of poison gas. Mortars were useful in muddy trenches because a mortar round could be aimed to fall directly into trenches — unlike artillery ****ls. These Marines are posing with a German trench mortar captured in France in 1918.



U.S. Marine Corps Photo

Another picture from 1918 shows Marines in France with gas masks.



US Marine Corps Photo


Here, Marines are practicing how to carry a wounded comrade during combat training in western Germany circa 1918. Approximately 2,400 Marines died in World War I.



U.S. Marine Corps Photo

Experimental Marine Corps aviation began in conjunction with the Navy around 1919. This photo from 1930 shows a Marine flying a Grumman FF-2 Navy plane. Within a decade the Marines had their first aircraft wing, which is now based in Okinawa, Japan.



US Marine Corps Photo


Japan's surprise attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941 triggered America's entrance into World War II. This photo shows a Marine holding a piece of shrapnel removed from his arm after the attack.



US Marine Corps Photo

In the months after Pearl Harbor, Japanese forces expanded throughout the Western Pacific, prompting deployment of Marines to the tropical island of Guadalcanal. This 1943 photo shows two Marines waiting for “Chow Call,” or mealtime.



U.S. Marine Corps Photo


Surrounded by a sea of mud, Marines stationed in the South Pacific island of Bougainville haul ammunition to the front line.



U.S. Marine Corps Photo


Marines from the Navajo tribe used their native ******** to send coded radio transmissions to units overseas. Here are Navajo code talkers from 1943 whose delivery was said to be faster and more accurate than Morse Code. Intercepted Navajo codes were never successfully deciphered by the enemy.



U.S. Marine Corps Photo




Wearing hardly any protective gear, Marine artillerymen plug their ears after launching a 155mm Howitzer round in northern Iwo Jima.



U.S. Marine Corps Photo

This 1944 photo shows a Navy corpsman giving a wounded Marine blood plasma on an island in the Pacific. Marines captured the island in 24 hours with help from the heaviest naval and air bombardment ever at that time.



U.S. Marine Corps Photo


Iwo Jima was prime real estate for Americans to launch air raids against Japan, but the island was heavily guarded by Japanese forces. Marines are seen here battling at the foot of Mount Suribachi.



U.S. Marine Corps Photo

Marines raise the American flag at the summit of Mount Suribachi during the battle for Iwo Jima in 1945. This enduring image is actually of the second flag raised on the mountain that day. The first flag was too small to be seen easily.



U.S. Marine Corps Photo


After hearing the news of Japan's surrender, Marines joyfully pose atop an amphibian tractor to celebrate the end of World War II and "Victory over Japan Day" in 1945.



U.S. Marine Corps Photo

The North Korean invasion of South Korea prompted America's entry in the Korean War. This photo from 1950 shows both Marine air and ground units supporting this operation.



U.S. Marine Corps/Photo


Meanwhile in America, women began training at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot in Parris Island, South Carolina, in 1949. Today, all female recruits are still trained and transformed at Parris Island.



U.S. Marine Corps Photo

Marines line up at this makeshift Post Exchange in Korea to receive simple comfort items like candy, cigarettes, and soft drinks.



US Marine Corps Photo


Lasting two decades, the Vietnam War was the next major US conflict. This Marine truck passes under a welcome banner at the entrance of the Vietnamese city Danang back in 1965.



U.S. Marine Corps

Marines scatter as a CH-46 helicopter explodes after it was shot down during combat in Vietnam. At least 13 Marines were reported killed in the crash, with another three badly burned.



Horst Faas/AP


Khe Sanh, in southern Vietnam, had the heaviest rocket and artillery attacks from the North Vietnamese troops. Here is a message from a Marine stationed there in 1968.



Rick Merron/AP

Here, an exhausted Marine takes a quick break from fighting in Hue, Vietnam, in 1968.



US Marine Corps Photo



A Marine fills out his voter registration card for the coming 1969 presidential election.



U.S. Marine Corps Photo

In 1983 the US Embassy in Beirut was bombed by Islamic terrorists. It was the deadliest attack on a US diplomatic mission up to that time. This photo shows a Marine wearing a gas mask while digging through the rubble to find survivors.



Bill Foley/AP


Marines cover each other with M16A2 assault rifles as they prepare to enter one of Saddam Hussein's palaces in Baghdad during Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2003.



Lance Corporal Kevin Quihuis Jr./U.S. Marine Corps

In this iconic photo, a Marine watches as a statue of Saddam Hussein falls in central Baghdad's Firdaus Square on April 9, 2003.



Goran Tomasevic/Reuters


One of the single greatest battles for Marines in Iraq was held in Fallujah, the "City of Mosques," in 2004. It was the only battle in Marine Corps history in which fliers were dropped to ***** civilians that troops were coming and to equally unnerve the enemy.



via Wikimedia

Marine Lance Corporal James Blake Miller, dubbed "Marlboro Marine," became the face of the Iraq war after his photo was taken by a Los Angeles Times reporter in Fallujah in 2004.



Screen grab from video by Chad Stevens/Luis Sinco/Los Angeles Times



The "Darkhorse" Marines in the 3rd Battalion, 5th Regiment, suffered the highest casualty rate of any Marine unit deployed to the Helmand province in southern Afghanistan following the heavy Marine-led assault on Marjah. Here is a photo of them under enemy sniper fire in 2010.



US Marine Corps Photo

Built in 1861, the Marine Corps Recruit Depot in Parris Island consists of 8,095 acres of various types of terrain for the recruits to use as their learning facility. About 20,000 recruits are trained here every year.



US Marine Corps Photo


Every recruit received at Parris Island is transformed by legendary Marine drill instructors like the one pictured here. Marine recruits are typically younger than the Corps' sister service branches, and each DI wants to ensure that recruits can survive combat.



US Marine Corps

Today more than 205,000 Marines are serving America by air, land, and sea. The Marines pictured here respond "I do" during the oath of office at the US Naval Academy Class of 2012 graduation and commissioning ceremony.



US Marine Corps Photo


You've seen the history of the Marine Corps ...



Matthew Callahan














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الجنود الأميركان يبحثون عن المتمردين في لفظهم

نحن نترجمها الجهاديين في أحد الدور في الموصل بحثا عن عبوة ناسفة



U.S. Army soldiers search a building for insurgents suspected of planting a roadside bomb in Mosul, Iraq Sunday, Nov. 21, 2004. U.S. and Iraqi forces in Mosul have been working put down an uprising launched by guerrillas who seized police stations and other sites. The uprising was part of a wave of violence across the country coinciding with the U.S. offensive against the insurgent stronghold of Fallujah. (AP Photo/Jim MacMillan)












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مجموعة صور لصدام حسين











































































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أحدهم عراقي اسمه أحمد أردلان من أهالي ديالى يروي قصته أو شخص أخر يروي عنه القصة فيقول هو الأبن الوحيد لعائلته



ليس عندي مجال للترجمة

لكن في الصورة يظهر أبوه يقتطف ثمار التمر هناك






I was born in 1934 in Diyala, an only child to my parents and the light and joy in their lives. My father, along with my two uncles, had inherited a large plot from their late father. It was beautiful agricultural land, with soil so rich that everything they planted turned into gold. My father and uncles were fond of their work and took care of the land very well, and our farms supplied fruits and vegetables to many areas across the country. I had a happy childhood. I enjoyed watching my father and uncles do their daily work at the farm, and my mother and my uncles’ wives laughed as they went about their daily chores, whether it was ****ing or helping the men with some farm work. I loved running around those green farms, collecting dates, oranges, and grapes and playing with my younger cousins. I was particularly close to Mustafa, who was only four months younger. I will never forget the good times we had. Every day, just before sunrise, Mustafa and I used to run to the end of the farm, to a little hut my late grandfather had built years earlier. We’d climb up on top of it and watch the sunflowers open up while the sun was rising. How beautiful a sight it was! We just watched and watched, and everything in life seemed so simple, so perfect. I remember racing him all the way back. We played games like hide-and-seek and football, but the thing Mustafa loved most was climbing that high palm tree next to the house. He loved playing up there, and he never lost to me once when we raced to climb it. He was quick as a bullet, and I’d bet my life that nobody in Iraq could climb it faster than him. With several moves, he was up the tree, picking the sweetest date, while I was still struggling halfway through. It was a lovely, peaceful life till, out of nowhere, a tragedy hit. On a rainy day in February of 1943, we received shocking news. My father and one of my uncles were on their way to Baghdad via public transportation, a small, twelve-passenger local bus, the only one in the province that went to Baghdad daily at that time, always at seven a.m. sharp. That day, the roads were muddy and dangerous. It had rained all night before, and the rain continued even after they’d left home. They were urged by my mother and my aunt to delay their visit, but they insisted that they go, stating that they had urgent meetings to attend. In the end, that decision would prove to be a fatal one, but I learned early in life that you can’t fight fate. That day was to be their calling day, that bus ride their last... The shock hit us hard. My mother was hurt the most, as she was an orphan herself and had no brothers or sisters. My father was her everything, so she was devastated. She’d finally found someone to love in life, but he was taken away from her in a heartbeat. Before that, she’d always worn the most beautiful smile, but I never saw it again after that day. After the tragedy, my youngest uncle was in charge of all of us. It wasn’t easy for such a young man to take care of three families and manage all the farms by himself, so my cousin Mustafa and I tried to help. After all, we were the oldest of the children, both a ripe, old age of ten. I always told Mustafa we had a short-lived childhood, and we were men before our time. I loved working on the farm and helping out, but Mustafa only did it because he felt obliged to. Nevertheless, once school was out, we both helped with everything from seeding and irrigation to driving the tractors, the best part of all. At that age, I had four things in my life: my mother, Mustafa, the rest of the family, and the farm. Ten months later, life struck me with another harsh blow, when my mother passed away from pneumonia. The doctors tried to help, but they were of little use. She hadn’t been the same since my father’s untimely death, and she didn’t seem to have the will to live anymore. So, I was an orphan before I even turned eleven. From that day on, I dedicated everything to my work. I put my heart and soul into it and was my uncle’s right arm. He taught me everything, and as years passed, I began to take on many responsibilities of the farm... The Gardener of Baghdad “This novel speaks about a flower… The true red rose in my life, The rose that represents existence, beauty and class. Baghdad.” By Ahmad Ardalan This beautiful book actually has a book within the book... In this time when there always seems to be war, somewhere, Ahmad Ardalan takes us into a dramatic fantasy of love and life. The story begins with Adnan, a bookstore owner... Adnan brushed away the last shards of shattered window glass that were scattered all over the floor. It had taken six hours of effort, hard labor, to restore his bookstore to order, but finally, a new window was in place, and there was no dangerous glass shrapnel anywhere for any of his customers to step on. Luckily for Adnan, he was in the back with a customer when the roadside bomb exploded, the third in two years. The thing exploded about 500 feet away from his store, aimed at a small gathering of workers, and it had taken its bitter toll: five casualties and dozens of injured workers in all. Maybe everyone is right, Adnan considered. Maybe it’s time I close up my bookshop and leave the country like most everyone else has. Baghdad wasn’t safe anymore; it hadn’t been since day the regime had changed. Not a day went by without casualties anymore, and bombs, kidnappings, and shootings were rampant. It wasn’t the Iraq Adnan used to live in, the place where people could at least feel safe living with their families. Adnan did not want to leave his shop, even though he had a buyer if he would go...he kept procrastinating, even though his wife and family would be safer... Who knew when other bombs would be used and how much damage would occur. And if he were to sell the shop, his books could not go with him--the newer ones could be replaced, but he had a section of older books that were both valuable but, even more so, his treasures! His father had started the bookstore in 1944 and he'd been working in the shop since he was six. He had grown to love books as well as the bookstore... What really pained Adnan, the toughest part, was having to let go of the books in the far right corner of his shop, the masterpieces. Those tomes were all rare, unique books, most more than fifty years old. They weren’t even for sale because they were his treasures, and he considered them priceless. That private collection was very close to his heart, just as they had been to his father’s. Anyone who wanted to read them had to ask days ahead of time and could only read them in the store; none of those books ever left the four walls of his bookstore, not even in the hands of his closest, most trusted friends or relatives. Adnan had read more than half of them, but even he had neglected them for the last three or four years. Of course, this was not out of his own will, but because daily problems had impacted his life and eaten up all his spare time. Adnan moved to the corner where they sat, stood in front of them, and took a whiff, enjoying the ancient, almost musty aroma of those old pages. He moved closer and picked each book up and carefully cleaned their covers and bindings. He knew he could make a good fortune off of those books by selling them to some curator or collector, but those who would truly value the books had either left the country or were dealing with other priorities that left them little spending money for anything as frivolous as rare and beautiful books. Nevertheless, they deserved to be dusted, for they were hidden gems. After nearly two hours of dusting and thumbing through some of his inventory, Adnan was in the third row when a book fell. He quickly picked it up, and he could tell from the title that it was French. Funny. I don’t remember seeing this one before. Out of curiosity, he opened the book. As is usually the case for books, the first page contained the name of the publisher and the copyright information. It was clearly mentioned that the work had been published in 1931. Intrigued, Adnan turned a few pages. Suddenly, something fell out of the book. When he carefully placed the book back on the ****f and bent down to see what it was, Adnan realized it was a small, leaf-shaped, locket. The pendant was dark golden in color, and two green stones, emeralds in the shape of eyes, were embedded in it. With the most delicate of touches, Adnan opened the locket. On one side were the letters M& A, clearly engraved, but what caught Adnan’s attention at once was what was on the other side: a black and white photograph of a woman behind a small glass. He quickly dusted it off. Although the photo wasn’t that clear, the woman in the picture looked like a foreigner; she had light hair and features far different from most Arabic women... ~~~ After examining the locket that had fallen from a book, he opened the book and discovered that, inside, was what seemed to be a journal--a personal book that was written by hand. There is no other way to put it: Adnan became obsessed with reading the story...a personal story of a man once called The Gardner of Baghdad! Adnan read of a young man named Ali who had lived on a farm until he was 18 and left to build his own life in Baghdad, where he began doing gardening and landscaping. His work was so magnificent that he quickly gained customers, had his own business and became a successful man who began to establish himself in the city... Ali was a very personable man who was well-liked and even became a son to a couple who had lost their son, also named Ali. With their help, he was able to learn even more about advancing his business and things were going very well until the day he saw a beautiful women--an English angel, who was the daughter of a British General... Both knew of the trouble they could get into... Both knew their hearts were guiding what they chose to do from then on... This is the type of book that I would love to go on and tell you the whole story but that would give too much away. Needless to say, I was just as obsessed as Adnan once I started to learn about Ali's life and his magically falling in love on first sight with Mary... Ali had never wanted to be involved with politics. He loved Baghdad, but did not want to be entangled into the issues that the city's leaders were facing at that time... If only he had been able to keep that secret life they had started--meeting for a few hours whenever they could... without anybody knowing... Adnan stayed at the Bookstore for days and nights until he could finish the book, but it just stopped! Ali had never been able to finish his story... What do you think a booklover would do at that point? In the midst of continued turmoil, I applaud Ahmad Ardalan for giving us the pleasure of knowing beautiful Baghdad as he knows and loves it! It certainly provides us a lovely story of how residents of that country are just as frustrated as many world citizens who long for continued violence to...stop! For romance lovers with a fantasy, unique twist, you might consider this a definite must-read. I am certainly happy to have had the opportunity to learn of The Gardener of Baghdad...Not only is it a beautiful story but it is well-written and easy to sink into and enjoy... It's memorable and bound to come to you again and again as you remember parts of what was most fascinating for you, as reader... Loved it and highly recommend you check it out! GABixlerReviews Ahmad Ardalan was born in Baghdad in 1979. At the age of two, he moved with his parents to Vienna, Austria, where he spent most of his childhood and underwent his primary studies. After his father's diplomatic mission finished at the end of 1989, he returned to Iraq, where he continued his studies and graduated from the University of Dentistry. As a result of the unstable political, military, social, and economic conditions in his home country, Ahmad decided to leave Iraq and move to the UAE. After facing difficulties to pursue his career in dentistry, he opted to pursue employment in the business world. Since then, Ardalan has held several senior roles within the pharmaceutical and FMCG industries, throughout much of the Middle East. His early childhood in a mixed cultural environment, as well as his world travels, increased his passion for learning about cultures of the world and inspired him to pen The Clout of Gen, his first novel. After eleven years of being away, Ahmad returned to Baghdad in January 2013 on a visit that was full of mixed emotions. Inspired by his trip to Iraq, he wrote his second novel, The Gardener of Baghdad. He did not stop there, as "Matt" his latest Short Story Thriller Series became available beginning 2015. 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