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Radiation Hotspots Resulting From the Chornobyl' Nuclear Power Plant Accident from Handbook of International Economic Statistics. 1996 (273K)

Radiation Hotspots Resulting From the catastrophic Chornobyl' Nuclear Power Plant Accident, April from Handbook of International Economic Statistics. Chernobyl was built & operated by the Soviet Union in Northern Ukraine about

CHERNOBYL AND IT'S LEGACY: TO WORK UNDER A TOXIC CLOUD.  When the Chernobyl plant was shut down, it was nevertheless necessary to assure its maintenance and surveillance. Employees head off by bus to begin another day's work in a highly contaminated environment.

When the Chernobyl plant was shut down, it was nevertheless necessary to assure its maintenance and surveillance. Employees head off by bus.

German propaganda poster with inscription: „His way to “liberate” Europe!“ - depicts the Soviet Union as a barbarous gorilla, wearing the U.S. and British flags as armbands and being controlled by the Jews (star of David on its head). It carries a bomb with inscription “Mord”(Murder).

Germany, Lustig Blatter Issue His way to ‘liberate’ Europe. (As the war neared its end, German propaganda presented increasingly grim portraits of the enemy.

German propaganda poster showing an American serviceman and the wife of a British serviceman.

(""While You Were Away" ~ WWII Nazi propaganda sheet showing a US soldier and a British woman cheating on her husband. These were dropped by air onto the British lines to demoralize the troops.

Generalfeldmarschall von Mackensen during World War I.

A photographic portraits of German Generalfeldmarschall von Mackensen sporting his traditional Deaths Head Hussars attire. The 'Deaths Head' emblem would later be utilized in the designs of the SS uniforms of the National Socialist German Workers Party.

German propaganda postcard, Humble before God and happy in battle against the Enemy, depicting Kaiser Wilhelm II in uniform during the First World War, wearing a helmet surmounted by an eagle. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

German propaganda postcard, Humble before God and happy in battle against the Enemy, depicting Kaiser Wilhelm II in uniform during the First World War, wearing a helmet surmounted by an eagle. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

the_ww2_memoirs A Germans Kriegsberichter (War Correspondent) takes cover behind a BT-5 light tank and prepares to film the battle raging around him during Operation Barbarossa, June, 1941. War Correspondents are soldiers first and camera men second. They fought alongside the infantry and also filmed them and there ordeals for both propaganda and historical purposes. They risked their lives to document war so people like me could share the stories, facts, and secrets of the Second World…

WWII colorized ~ A Kriegsberichter (war correspondent) holding an Arriflex 35 2 1942 camera ACR 0292 and he is leaning against a knocked out Soviet light tank. (Colorized by Royston Leonard from the UK)