World History (and other odds and ends)

Collection by Tony Davis

Tony Davis
Photo by Josef Koudelka, 1 9 6 Prague. Cultura Pop, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Prague Spring, Josef Sudek, Dark Landscape, Photographer Portfolio, Elliott Erwitt, French Photographers

Josef Koudelka, 1968, Praga #RepúblicaCheca #Turismo #Praga #QuehacerEnPraga #Viajar #Viajes

August Soviet led Warsaw Pact forces invade Czechoslovakia to put an end to the uprising known as Prague Spring, uncredited photo. Mexico 68, Prague Spring, Warsaw Pact, War Photography, Korean War, World History, European History, Soviet Union, Cold War

Milestones: 1961–1968 - Office of the Historian 3.0 shell

Srpen 1968 Václavské náměstí Marie Curie, Mahatma Gandhi, European History, Women In History, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Prague Spring, Visit Prague, East Germany

Časopis Fotovideo je určen pro širokou veřejnost obdivující krásu a sílu fotografického okamžiku

Prague uprising to at the end of WWII London Bombings, Josef Sudek, Charles Bridge, Prague Czech Republic, Colourful Buildings, Austro Hungarian, German Army, Second World, Prague

Československé stříbrné mince 1945 - 1953  / Czechoslovaksilver commemorative coins 1945 - 1953

Československé stříbrné mince jsou výtvarně vytvořeny tak, že se na nich učilo mnoho mladých výtvarníků.

Armenian Genocide Abc World News Tonight With Peter Jennings Lest We Forget, Don't Forget, Grandma Tattoos, High School World History, Armenian History, Empire Ottoman, Power Of Social Media, My Heritage, Crime

Armenian Genocide ABC World news tonight with Peter Jennings

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 Woman praying in front of flowers layed for youth killed on the first day of the Russian invasion. Ian Berry, Prague Spring, 1989 Tour, Old Paintings, Magnum Photos, Eastern Europe, World History, Woodstock, Czech Republic

Magnum Photos

- LON90369 Czechoslovakia. Prague. A woman prays in front of flowers laid for a youth killed on the first day of the Russian invasion. 1968

Josef Koudelka, Prague - August © Josef Koudelka / Magnum Photos - adel home Magnum Photos, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Prague Spring, Fotojournalismus, Warsaw Pact, Henri Cartier Bresson, Marie Curie, Getty Museum

Josef Koudelka, Gypsy with a Camera: Getty Show Shines Light on Dark and Powerful Photos

Prague, 1968, Josef Koudelka, gelatin silver print. Image courtesy of the Art Institute of Chicago, promised gift of a private collector. ©Josef Koudelka/Magnum Photos My dog-eared copy of Josef Koudelka’s Gypsies sits in the bookcase next to Cartier-Bresson’s Decisive Moments and Robert Frank’s The Americans. Like those books, it was fundamental to my development as a photographer.

One Sho😲ot Prague 1968 There was Czechoslovakia. Prague Spring, Dark Landscape, Warsaw Pact, Photographer Portfolio, Political Events, Elliott Erwitt, French Photographers, Magnum Photos, Czech Republic

Magnum Photos Photographer Portfolio

Josef Koudelka CZECHOSLOVAKIA. Prague. 21 August 1968. Warsaw Pact tanks invade Prague. Near the radio headquarters.

Soviet troops and most of their Warsaw Pact allies invaded Czechoslovakia on August to halt political liberalization in the country called the Prague Spring. Prague Spring, Prague Old Town, Warsaw Pact, Prague Czech Republic, Tank I, Berlin Wall, Central Europe, Vintage Pictures, Woodstock

1968 Soviet-Led Invasion Of Czechoslovakia

Soviet troops and most of their Warsaw Pact allies invaded Czechoslovakia on August 21, 1968, to halt political liberalization in the country called the Prague Spring.

40 years ago this week, the Soviet Union invaded Czechoslovakia to put down the Prague Spring and arrest its leaders. Prague Spring, Foto Poster, Lourdes, Henri Cartier Bresson, Magnum Photos, Soviet Union, End Of The World, Pablo Picasso, Bratislava

Prague Communism Tour - Behind the Iron Curtain - Context Travel - Context Travel

This 3-hour historian-led tour of Communism in Prague explores life behind the Iron Curtain, the Velvet Revolution, and the eventual downfall of the USSR.

Prague lost images of the day that freedom died Prague Spring, Visit Prague, Lost Images, Image Of The Day, Old Paintings, World History, The Guardian, Old Photos, Freedom

Prague 1968: lost images of the day that freedom died

Fifty years ago on 21 August, Milan Linhart reached for his camera as Soviet tanks rolled into the streets of Czechoslovakia’s capital. His previously unseen photographs have stirred uncomfortable memories.

TIL Nazi Germany occupied the Channel Islands until May 1945 - the only part of the UK to be occupied during Channel Islands, Fortification, Bunker, Ww2, Exploring, Fighter Jets, Germany, History, Youtube

German-Occupied Jersey - Exploring Bunkers & Batteries

Join me as I explore the surviving German bunkers and artillery batteries on Jersey in the Channel Islands, the only part of the UK captured during the war. ...