SS General Reinhard Heydrich's assassins, Czech partisans, lie dead in front of the Carlo Boromeo Church (now the St. Cyril and Methodius Church). Prague, Czechoslovakia, June 1942. — Czechoslovak News Agency
Con una serie de asombrosas imágenes dos fotógrafos de diferentes épocas nos muestran los cambios que han ocurrido en Berlín desde que en 1945 el Ejército Rojo entró en la capital alemana para terminar de liberar a Europa del nazismo.
Lidice was a peaceful village with less than 100 homes. The residents were hustled out of bed in the middle of the night, men and boys separated from women and children. Held captive, they waited for hours in painful uncertainty as Nazis looted and burned their town before getting to executions and deportations. Hitler had ordered a brutal reprisal but not counted on world opinion as other nations came to realize the full extent of Nazi savagery.