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Женский взгляд на войну во Вьентаме  - Catherine Leroy - benedict cumberbatch lookalike

Женский взгляд на войну во Вьентаме - Catherine Leroy - benedict cumberbatch lookalike

The occupied France in France in 1941 - Isere. Companions of France in the service of propaganda. (Photo by Andre GAMET/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images)

The occupied France in France in 1941 - Isere. Companions of France in the service of propaganda. (Photo by Andre GAMET/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images). fixing a petain poster

A battered German officer sits on the pavement during the Prague Uprising. The uprising was an attempt by the Czech Resistance to liberate the city of Prague from German occupation. Events began on 5 May 1945. The uprising continued until 8 May 1945, ending in a German victory and ceasefire. Victory though was short-lived.Τhe Soviet Army arrived in the city on 9 May 1945. Prague, Czechoslovakia (now, Czech Republic). 5 May 1945. Image taken by Zdeněk Tmej.

A battered German officer sits on the pavement during the Prague Uprising. The uprising was an attempt by the Czech Resistance to liberate the city of Prague from German occupation. Events began on 5 May 1945

History in Photos: George Frederick Kaye. New Zealand tankmen, possibly 4 NZ Armoured Brigade personnel,  in Cassino, Italy, on the day it fell to the 8th Army, 18 May 1944

New Zealand tankmen, possibly of NZ Armoured Brigade personnel, in Cassino, Italy. The day it fell to the Army, 18 May

JIRI JENICEK and LADISLAV SUTNAR Cesko-Slovenska Armada. Prague: Neubert for VOK, 1938. Quarto (295 x 210mm). 80 black and white photograp... 900 DOL.

JIRI JENICEK and LADISLAV SUTNAR Cesko-Slovenska Armada. Prague: Neubert for VOK, 1938. Quarto (295 x 210mm). 80 black and white photograp... 900 DOL.

Za naši samostatnost: Ceskoslovenská armáda | For our independence: Czechoslovak army Preissig Postcard

The Wolfsonian-FIU, located in the heart of the Art Deco District in Miami, is a museum, library and research center that uses its collection to illustrate the persuasive power of art and design.

Janusz Korczak 1878 - 1942. Educator, children's author, and pediatrician known as Pan Doktor (Mr Doctor) or Stary Doktor (Old Doctor). After spending many years working as director of an orphanage in Warsaw, he repeatedly refused freedom and stayed with his orphans right up to the end.

Pediatrician, Journalist and writer killed in Treblinka Extermination camp with the almost 200 orphans he refused to leave from the orphanage he was the director of in Warsaw, Poland.

Hans Scholl of The White Rose, a small group of students and one professor at the University of Munich who defied and spoke out against Nazi horrors. In less than a year in 1943 Hans, his sister Sophie and Christoph Probst were caught, “tried” and beheaded. They saw crimes against humanity and resisted, knowing that this would cost them their lives. At a time when conformity turned an entire nation into a murderous mob, they remained individualists, becoming heroes of all mankind.

Hans Scholl of The White Rose, a small group of students and one professor at the University of Munich who defied and spoke out against Nazi horrors. In less than a year in Hans, his sister Sophie and Christoph Probst were caught, “tried” and beheaded.

William Whitney Brazelton {?- 1878} was an outlaw and stage Robber of the wild West.  Brazelton was killed by a five-man posse two miles south of Tucson, Arizona August 22, 1878. He had two cartridges belts; two pistols; a Spencer rifle, his mask, earrings from his last robbery and a gold watch and chain.

Although his choice of a Remington rolling block carbine has merit, Arizona stagecoach robber William “Brazen Bill” Brazelton got himself killed after an attempted holdup in

Charlie Bowdre was a regulator in the Lincoln County merchant wars along with Billy the Kid

Charles "Charlie" Bowdre was an American cowboy and outlaw. He was an associate and member of Billy the Kid's gang.

Rufus “Climax Jim” Nephew poses in this studio shot at Fort Apache, circa 1898, some four years after the first of many arrests during his career as a likable safe cracker, escape artist, livestock thief and alleged train robber.

Rufus “Climax Jim” Nephew poses in this studio shot at Fort Apache, circa some four years after the first of many arrests during his career as a likable safe cracker, escape artist, livestock thief and alleged train robber.