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Saul Leiter - Pipes, c. 1960

Saul Leiter - Pipes, c. 1960

The Gentleman's Guide to Amputation

The Gentleman's Guide to Amputation

At the day when neo-soviet horde is celebrating their triumph of crime, injustice and brutality while the remaining world is trembling in cowardly political correctness, it is necessary to say a wo…

At the day when neo-soviet horde is celebrating their triumph of crime, injustice and brutality while the remaining world is trembling in cowardly political correctness, it is necessary to say a wo…

Lueneburg, Germany, 1945, Himmler's body at the site of his suicide.

Lueneburg, Germany, 1945, Himmler's body at the site of his suicide.

Bombing of Dresden: Large variations in the claimed death toll have fuelled the controversy. In March 1945, the Nazi regime ordered its press to publish a falsified casualty figure of 200,000 for the Dresden raids, and death toll estimates as high as 500,000 have been given. However the city authorities at the time estimated no more than 25,000 victims, a figure which subsequent investigations, including one commissioned by the city council in 2010, support.

Bombing of Dresden: Large variations in the claimed death toll have fuelled the controversy. In March 1945, the Nazi regime ordered its press to publish a falsified casualty figure of 200,000 for the Dresden raids, and death toll estimates as high as 500,000 have been given. However the city authorities at the time estimated no more than 25,000 victims, a figure which subsequent investigations, including one commissioned by the city council in 2010, support.

Ouyang Xiang, son of the former first secretary of Heilongjiang’s provincial party committee, was dragged outside the North Plaza Hotel, persecuted for sending an unsigned letter to the provincial revolutionary committee defending his denounced father. Three days later, he was pushed out of a third-story window of the building where he was held. The official report called his death a suicide. Harbin, Heilongjiang province, Nov. 30, 1968. Li Zhensheng

Ouyang Xiang, son of the former first secretary of Heilongjiang’s provincial party committee, was dragged outside the North Plaza Hotel, persecuted for sending an unsigned letter to the provincial revolutionary committee defending his denounced father. Three days later, he was pushed out of a third-story window of the building where he was held. The official report called his death a suicide. Harbin, Heilongjiang province, Nov. 30, 1968. Li Zhensheng

Dramatic performance of Maoist beliefs

Dramatic performance of Maoist beliefs

During the disastrous country renovation of the Great Leap Forward, China experienced one of its darkest periods, called the Three Years of Great Chinese Famine.

During the disastrous country renovation of the Great Leap Forward, China experienced one of its darkest periods, called the Three Years of Great Chinese Famine.

A Chinese boy is beheaded - his only crime was being a member of a household suspected by the Japanese of aiding Chinese guerillas (the Japanese call them "Bandits"). ca. 1938

A Chinese boy is beheaded - his only crime was being a member of a household suspected by the Japanese of aiding Chinese guerillas (the Japanese call them "Bandits"). ca. 1938

Vojtech "Béla" Tuka was the PM and foreign minister of the Slovak Republic 1940-45. A prime force behind the deportation of Slovak Jews to extermination camps,Tuka remained a dedicated Nazi collaborator and leader of a Nationalist Socialist regime in Slovakia.In all, Tuka succeeded in sending an estimated 70,000 Slovak Jews to their deaths.Postwar he was arrested, tried and hanged by the Czechoslovak government in August 1946.

Vojtech "Béla" Tuka was the PM and foreign minister of the Slovak Republic 1940-45. A prime force behind the deportation of Slovak Jews to extermination camps,Tuka remained a dedicated Nazi collaborator and leader of a Nationalist Socialist regime in Slovakia.In all, Tuka succeeded in sending an estimated 70,000 Slovak Jews to their deaths.Postwar he was arrested, tried and hanged by the Czechoslovak government in August 1946.