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Show them this photo if someone said technology is making us anti-social. Although I don't believe a newspaper could cause a brain tumor if you sleep too close to it!

The inside of the Hitler's bunker.

The last days of Adolf Hitler in the Fuehrerbunker in Images.

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French General Jacques-Philippe Leclerc (on top of the armored vehicle) during the liberation of Paris.

Actress Marlene Dietrich kisses a soldier returning home aboard the USS Monticello, 1945

Marlene Dietrich welcomes a soldier returning from World War 2 with a passionate kiss through a porthole, 1945

1946 First Computer

1946 First Computer

The inside of the Hitler's bunker.

by William Vandivert Abandoned furniture and debris inside Adolf Hitler's bunker, Berlin, 1945

Times Square, Nova Iorque, "Dia D",  06 de junho de 1944.

Momentos Históricos Que Ganham Cores Num Clique!

Colored pictures give us an opportunity to look at the past in bright colors. The source images: the project "History in color"

Bales of human hair ready for shipment to Germany found in one the Auschwitz warehouses when the camp was liberated.  In Auschwitz 7,000 kilos of human hair was found at liberation.

Bales of human hair ready for shipment to Germany found in one the Auschwitz warehouses when the camp was liberated. In Auschwitz kilos of human hair was found at liberation.

Caption:"Reich Minister of Propaganda Joseph Goebbels speaking at the Lustgarten in Berlin, 1938." The photo delivers an excellent example of Nazi propaganda tactics emphasizing mass parades and events with strong theatrical elements.

Caption:"Reich Minister of Propaganda Joseph Goebbels speaking at the Lustgarten in Berlin, The photo delivers an excellent example of Nazi propaganda tactics emphasizing mass parades and events with strong theatrical elements.

チェルノブイリ原子力発電所4号炉

チェルノブイリ原子力発電所4号炉

Le bunker sous la gare de l’Est | NEVERENDS - Exploration Urbaine - Urban Exploration - Photographie - Urbex

"Between platforms 2 and 3 at the Gare de l’Est lies an old concrete World War II bomb shelter.

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