1. Photo by Gordon Coster
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    Tenement, West Side of Chicago, 1944

    Street scene.

     
  2. Photo by Abbas
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    Paris, France, 9 July 2006

    Supporters of the French team watch the final of the Football World Cup on a TV screen in the street. France lost to Italy by 3-5 after penalty shots (1-1).

     
  3. Photo by Unknown
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    Valdez, Alaska, USA, March 1964

    A photographer looks over wreckage as smoke rises in the background from burning oil storage tanks in Valdez, two days after the earthquake struck Alaska.

     
  4. Photo by Robert Doisneau
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    Paris, France, 1944

    Members of the French resistance, hide behind sandbags, in order to attack German Nazis During the liberation of Paris.

     
  5. Photo by Robert Doisneau
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    Paris, France, 1952

    Selection for Concert

     
  6. Photo by David Seymour aka Chim
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    Brugge, Belgium, July 1951

    Kids watching a visit of prince Baudoin in Bruges. 

     
  7. Photo by Harry Gruyaert
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    Near Oostende, Land inwards, Belgium, 1975

    Near the town of Ostende. A polder built on the coast of the North Sea.

    My fields, My skies, My Home.

     
  8. Photo by Josef Koudelka
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    Prague, Czechoslovakia, 1968

    A man stands on a street in Prague, watching Soviet tanks rolling in during the Prague Spring uprising in 1968. The Prague Spring was a period of heavy protests against communism and Soviet rule in the country. The reform movement protested in order to obtain more liberalization. 

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  9. Photo by Unknown
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    St. Augustine, Florida, USA, 1964

    Andrew Young leans into a police car to talk to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in the back seat with a police dog as he is returned to jail in St. Augustine, Florida, after testifying before a grand jury investigating racial unrest in the city.

     
  10. Photo by Unknown
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    St. Augustine, Florida, USA, 1964

    Ivory Ward, 43, sits in his car, with a hole in his windshield that he said was made by a bullet fired from a truck driven by white men, after African Americans marched in an integration demonstration.

     
  11. Photo by Paul Schutzer
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    Cannes, France, 1962

    Actress Philomene Toulouse, cradling a pet fox, vies for attention at the Cannes film festival. 

     
  12. The Massacre of Kondomari. On 2 June 1941, German Fallschirmjäger rounded up the civilians of the Cretan village of Kondomari in one of a long series of mass reprisals on the Greek island of Crete. The execution of the men of Kondomari was orchestrated by Wehrmacht Generaloberst Kurt Student in retaliation for the civilian participation during the Battle of Crete, which had ended in a German victory only two days prior. Throughout the Battle of Crete, the Allied forces and Cretan civilians had inflicted heavy losses of lives on the Wehrmacht soldiers. In particular, the unprecedented resistance from the local population exasperated the German sense of military order, according to which no one but professional soldiers should be allowed to fight. Generaloberst Student in particular, blamed the civilians of Kondomari for the death of a few German soldiers whose bodies had been found near the village. Four trucks full of German Fallschirmjäger (paratroopers) from the III Battalion of Luftlande-Sturm-Regiment 1 under the command of Oberleutnant Horst Trebes surrounded the village. Men, women and children were forced to gather in the village square. Then, a number of hostages were selected among the men while women and children were released. The hostages were led to the surrounding olive groves and shot by an ad hoc firing squad. The exact number of the victims is unclear. According to German records, a total of 23 men were killed, but other sources raise the toll to about 60. Kondomari, Platanias, Crete, Greece.  2 June 1941. Images taken by German Wehrmacht war propaganda correspondant Franz-Peter Weixler.

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  13. Photo by Unknown

    Somewhere in Vietnam

    Mirror transport on a scooter

     
  14. Photo by Unknown
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    St. Quentin, France, 1918

    Gas attack on the West Front, a German messenger dog loosed by his handler. Dogs were used throughout the war as sentries, scouts, rescuers, messengers, and more.

     
  15. Photo by Unknown
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    Valenciennes, France, 1915

    An Indian elephant, from the Hamburg Zoo, used by Germans in Valenciennes, to help move tree trunks. As the war dragged on, beasts of burden became scarce in Germany, and some circus and zoo animals were requisitioned for army use.