Work of german photgrapher Thorsten Schmidtkord.
All these poor speechless people. So sad.
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Even in the harshest moments of history, some heros always try the best to protect us.
Historical Turning Points by Agan Harahap
above: Greenham Airfield,June 5, 1944
He gives the order of the Day : ‘Full victory-nothing else !’ to paratroopers in England, just before they board their airplanes to participate in the first assault in the invasion of the continent of Europe.
Greenham Common Airfield in England about on June 5, 1944.
Soldats américains se livrant à des combats de rue, avenue de Paris, Cherbourg-Normandy 1944.
Yalta Conference, February 1945.
Conference of the Big Three at Yalta makes final plans for the defeat of Germany. Here the Big Three sit on the patio together, Prime Minister Winston S. Churchill, President Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Premier Josef Stalin. February 1945.
Stolen Art at Neuschwanstein Castle, 1945Soldiers from the 7th US Army carry the priceless artworks down the steps of Neunschwanstein Castle where hoards of European art treasures, stolen by the Nazis, were hidden during World War II.
A Camp Near Minsk 1941.
Heinrich Himmler inspects a prisoner-of-war camp in Russia.
Viet Cong dead after an attack on the perimeter of Tan Son Nhut AirBase.Source Vietnam Center and Archive 1 Feb 1968.
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Belgian photographer Filip Dujardin has been getting a lot of attention over the past few years with his combinative photographs of fictional buildings. In these photographs, Dujardin parses together unusual architectural elements, often bringing the backs of buildings into the spotlight and synthesizing forms into tangled or cantilevered constructions. These surreal structures have been likened to old factories along the American rust belt as well as new projects by OMA and work by Steven Holl.
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