A year ago, The Atlantic went about putting together one of the most extensive, high quality collections of WW2 photographs ever assembled online.
It wasn't just random black-and-white shots of Allied soldiers - they sought photographs from the home front (in colour), from the Japanese, African, Eastern and Western fronts, holocaust victims and the diplomacy behind it all.
A year later, month-by-month, they've compiled that collection - your Daily Quota.
These images are, quite simply, breathtaking.
Hours could be spent on viewing their entirety, exhibitions could be populated without breaking a sweat.
Words simply can't do them justice, so I'm just going to stop.
Enjoy them, take your time viewing them, because this is definitely one to save to your favourites.