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
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.
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.