A color photograph of the bombed-out historic city of Nuremberg, Germany in June of 1945, after the end of World War II. Nuremberg had been the host of huge Nazi Party conventions from 1927 to 1938. The last scheduled rally in 1939 was canceled at the last minute due to a scheduling conflict: the German invasion of Poland one day prior to the rally date. The city was also the birthplace of the Nuremberg Laws, a set of draconian antisemitic laws adopted by Nazi Germany. Allied bombings from…
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Alan Shepherd posing in the first spacesuit design for the Mercury Program in 1963. He will be the first American to enter space.
France, World War II, a trainstation. U can see the 'Fahrplan' left front= timetable
vintage everyday: Color Photographs of Berlin in Summer of 1945, after Bombing in World War II
The Frank family: Otto, Anne, Edith and Margot.
Aschaffenburg, Bavaria, Germany
In 1941, the U.S. began to form a hand-picked army to fight in Europe; its troops were composed of artists, designers, actors, meteorologists, and sound technicians, and their true mission was not to fight, but to deceive the German army. Their props were inflatable tanks and pyrotechnics; their tools camouflage, “spoof” radio plays, special effects, and sonic deception. Their last “disappearing act” was to vanish from history. Officially they were the 23rd Headquarters Special Troops.