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Vlado Clementis erased from the photographed = disappeared out of history

Pletenie zápästku na forme. Horehronie, 1930. SNM – Etnografické múzeum v Martine. Foto K. Plicka.

Pletenie zápästku na forme. Horehronie, SNM – Etnografické múzeum v…

Soldiers of the Waffen SS and the 5th Field Company of the Hlinka Guard in Banská Bystrica after the suppression of so called SNP, Slovakia, 1944.

Soldiers of the Waffen SS and the Field Company of the Hlinka Guard in Banská Bystrica, Slovakia 1944

Stropkov, Slovakia, Deportation of Jews by the Slovakian militia

Stropkov, Slovakia, Deportation of Jews by the Slovakian militia

Josef Koudelka, Prague ,1968. - 'In August 1968 the Magnum photographer Josef Koudelka documented the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia's capital. http://www.pinterest.com/mcrmilhist/soviet-invasion-of-czechoslovakia-1968/ http://www.pinterest.com/pums03/josef-koudelka/

Josef Koudelka (Chequia, Prague - 'In August 1968 the Magnum photographer Josef Koudelka documented the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia's capital.

Dr. Emil Hacha -right- believed only full subordination to Heydrich would ensure the existence of the Czech Nation

Emil Hacha -right- believed only full subordination to Heydrich would ensure the existence of the Czech Nation

Sudeten Germans make their way to the railway station in Liberec, Czechoslovakia, to be transferred to Germany, July, 1946. After the end of the war, millions of German nationals and ethnic Germans were forcibly expelled from both territory Germany had annexed, and formerly German lands that were transferred to Poland and the Soviet Union. The estimated numbers of Germans involved ranges from 12 to 14 million, with a further estimate of between 500,000 and 2 million dying during the…

Sudeten Germans make their way to the railway station in Liberec, in former Czechoslovakia, to be transferred to Germany in this July, 1946 photo