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9th July 1945: Women in post-war Berlin, East Germany, form a 'chain gang' to pass pails of rubble to a rubble dump, to clear bombed areasimages of post war germany - Google Search

9th July 1945: Women in post-war Berlin, East Germany, form a 'chain gang' to pass pails of rubble to a rubble dump, to clear bombed areasimages of post war germany - Google Search

Francisco Boix (1920-1951) a Spanish photographer who was captured in WWII and enslaved in the Mauthausen concentration camp.  He worked in the photo lab there and secretly took and hid photos which later were used as proof of the atrocities in the Nuremberg trial.  An unbelievable story of a hero.

Francisco Boix (1920-1951) a Spanish photographer who was captured in WWII and enslaved in the Mauthausen concentration camp. He worked in the photo lab there and secretly took and hid photos which later were used as proof of the atrocities in the Nuremberg trial. An unbelievable story of a hero.

Fotos desclasificadas de la Segunda Guerra Mundial nunca vistas antes

Fotos desclasificadas de la Segunda Guerra Mundial nunca vistas antes

soldado de Alemania Oriental llamado Hans Conrad Schumann que  desertó a Alemania Occidental durante la construcción del muro de Berlín en 1961.

soldado de Alemania Oriental llamado Hans Conrad Schumann que desertó a Alemania Occidental durante la construcción del muro de Berlín en 1961.

‘Trümmerfrau (literally translated as ruins woman or rubble woman) is the German-language name for women who, in the aftermath of World War II, helped clear and reconstruct the bombed cities of Germany and Austria.    Between 1945 and 1946, the Allied powers, in both West Germany and East Germany, ordered all women between 15 and 50 years of age to participate in the postwar cleanup.’

‘Trümmerfrau (literally translated as ruins woman or rubble woman) is the German-language name for women who, in the aftermath of World War II, helped clear and reconstruct the bombed cities of Germany and Austria. Between 1945 and 1946, the Allied powers, in both West Germany and East Germany, ordered all women between 15 and 50 years of age to participate in the postwar cleanup.’

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