User: Pavel-Romanov (reddit)
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Berlin, 1923. Less than five years after the end of the Great War, Germany economy lies in ruins. A disabled war veteran begs in the street dressed in his pre-war dunkelblau waffenrock.
A French boy introduces himself to Indian soldiers who had just arrived in France to fight alongside French and British forces, Marseilles, 30th September 1914.
Photograph of the first official defector of the "German Democratic Republic", Conrad Schumann, who escaped to the western side on August 15, 1961 after jumping the unfinished area of ​​the fence that he guarded.
One of the many selfies that Emperor Nicholas II took throughout his life, (1868-1918).
The temporary grave of Theodore Roosevelt in Normandy, soon after his death, July 1944.
A hippie girl selling roadside flowers in Oklahoma, 1973.
Jubilant crowds in New York celebrating the allied forces victory, 1918.
British schoolboys holding discarded syringes, 1970s. "We used to play with these in school all the time because they were like mini water pistols (without the needle)."
Danish model Winnie Holman. Cannes, 1975 - by Helmut Newton.
A young Russian boy points out German positions to Commander G. V. Gvozdev of the 11th Squad, 3rd Leningrad Partisan Brigade in a small village during the Siege of Leningrad. Near Leningrad (now, St. Petersburg), Leningrad Oblast, August 1943.
A Family of migratory fruit workers from Texas during Cherry-picking season. Berrien County, Michigan, July 1940.
Mugshots of Children executed by the communist Khmer Rouge dictatorship at Tuol Sleng prison. Cambodia, 1975-79.
Exhausted civilians try to get water during German siege of Stalingrad, 1942.
Queen Elizabeth; the Queen Mother, Princess Margaret and a bored Prince Charles watching the Coronation ceremony of Queen Elizabeth II. Westminster Abbey, 1953.
Father and son goofing off, 1910s.
A Serb commander puts a gun to the head of his son as he and his friends joke around while waiting for a prisoner exchange near Sarajevo, summer of 1992.
A Boy and his owl, 1933.
Two French men restrain a woman while another cuts her hair after she has been accused of collaborating with the Germans during the occupation, 1945.
The Champs-Élysées as seen from the Arc de Triomphe, VE Day. Paris, France, May 8, 1945.
Drought victim eating a lunch furnished by American Red Cross, Lonoke County, Arkansas, USA, 1930.
An unidentified soldier of the 25th Infantry Division pauses for a cigarette. Vietnam War, 1969.
Miners light up reused cigarettes at the end of an eight-hour shift underground at the Zhdanovskaya coal mine, all for $30 a month. Donbass, Ukraine. February 1992 - By Shepard Sherbell.
“Goodbye Afghanistan” in Cyrillic, written with AK74 rounds, 1989.
A boy, knocked out by a diabetic coma, is transported to a "waiting room," a place where his relatives can be with him in his last moments, 1920s.
Father and son from the same German regiment read a letter from their respective wife and mother at the front, 1915.
Two boys asleep at 2 a.m. in the press room of the Sun newspaper, NYC, 1892 - by Jacob Riis.
BBC War Correspondent Robin Duff makes a recording during the D-Day landings, 1944.
A soldier and his mother in a strawberry field. Florin, Sacramento County, California, 1942 - By Dorothea Lange for the War Relocation Authority.
French children playing frontline soldiers with full equipment and their own trench, 1917.
Children play soldiers while watching exercises of the Armed Forces of the Soviet Union. Lithuania, 1990.
"Willie" Lincoln, third son of president Lincoln. Died in February 20, 1862, at the age of 12. From a photograph taken by Mathew B. Brady at Washington, shortly before the death of the boy.
A wounded British soldier waits for the Red Cross and a train home to Blighty in time for the first Christmas of war, 1914.
Evacuee Barrie Peacop enjoys an ice cream as he sits on a mine washed up on the beach at Deal in Kent, 7th February 1940.
Tsarevich Alexei Nikolaevich of Russia during a mudbath treatment (probably a naturopathic attempt to treat his hemophilia) at Livadia, Crimea, Autumn 1913. In the background stands Alexei's sailor nanny Andrei Derevenko, Dr. Botkin holds the left hand of the Tsarevich.
Canadian Soldiers (possibly from the 3rd Canadian Division) catch up on their sleep during a lull in the fighting. Normandy, June-August, 1944.
Dr. Lewis Sayre treating scoliosis, checking the curvature of the spine, 1870s.
American girl in Italy, 1951. Photo by Ruth Orkin.
The mushroom cloud from an atomic test is seen from Fremont Street in downtown Las Vegas, 1955.
A little French paper boy selling papers in the Canadian line. June, 1917.
Some wounded soldiers present a nurse with a dog brought out of the trenches with them, October 1916.
Children reaping the harvest. Finland, 1930s.
Soviet boys. USSR, 1956 - By Peter Bock-Schroeder.
Chechen forces after effectively stopping an advance of the Russian army during the First Chechen War. Grozny, 1995.
Children suffering initial stages of famine during the Holodomor, the artificial famine created by the Soviet Union that ended up killing more than four million Ukrainians (more than 12 million people in general) by blocking entire regions and depriving it of any food for years, 1932-34.
A British soldier hit by an IRA sniper while on patrol in County Fermanagh along the border on January 28, 1978.
Nils Johan Mienna, a boy belonging to the Sámi people, poses for the camera in his traditional costume. Norway, 1977, By Erik Borg for the National Geographic.
A bunch of female impersonators arrested in a raid on a house in Los Angeles. California, November 15, 1927.
British soldier and a German prisoner showing their height difference, 1916.
12-year-old Sergeant John Lincoln Clem. American Civil War, 1863.
Union veterans telling stories to a group of Boy Scouts at the 75th Anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg in 1938.
Boys at Eton School are seen here in their school uniforms, including the stove pipe hats, 1930s.
Electric car in a private charging station. USA, 1919.
The coffin of the Unknown Warrior in state in Westminster Abbey in 1920, before burial. In order to commemorate the many soldiers with no known grave, it was decided to bury an "Unknown Warrior" with all due ceremony on 11th November, Armistice Day.
Princess Yvonne (13) and Prince Alexander (12) smoking and drinking on a yacht in Mallorca, 1955.
A crowd of young men queuing at the Army Recruiting Office at Walworth Town Hall, Wansey Street, Walworth, Southwark in south London, England during Lord Derby’s recruitment campaign, 1915.
Anna Leska, Polish RAF ATA pilot, 1942.
Young people sit on a barricade in front of the Russian White House in central Moscow on August 20, 1991, during the abortive coup.
The exact moment before seventeen-year-old Otoya Yamaguchi uses a foot-long sword to kill the leader of the Socialist Party of Japan, Inejiro Asanuma, on a public stage in Tokyo, October 12, 1960.
"Hoping for help". USSR, 1967 - By Pavel Krivtsov.
William Black, sadly known for being the youngest soldier (officially) to be wounded during the American Civil War, with his shell shattered left hand and arm in 1865.
After missing the Rockaway Express as it left Times Square, Jazzbo the clown waited for the next train, 1958.
Father and son, American Civil War era (between 1861 and 1865).
Finnish 11-year-old Nestori Lindström, who ran away from his home during the Continuation War because he wanted to help on the northern front against the Soviets. He made it there but was eventually sent back home. Kiestinki, Kananainen, December 1941.
New recruits, most of them teenagers, at a British army base camp at Etaples, 16 July 1918.
Member of the US forces in China clarify things with the local fauna, 1942-45.
The first mobilization orders in Berlin, 1914.
Lance Corporal John Auguste Emile Harris in 1915, the year of his enlistment and death.
A young Polish boy watches intently as an occupying German Wehrmacht soldier mends a torn uniform just shortly after the joint German and Soviet invasion of his homeland. Warsaw, 1939.
Father and Son, American Civil War era, 1861-65.
A photograph from Ukko-Koli. The photograph was used in Finnish tourism adverts with the text "Finland calling", 1934 - By Heinrich Iffman.
A veteran of both the Franco-Prussian War and World War I in his old uniform as part of a veteran's rally. Germany, 1936.
A Japanese soldier giving sweets to Chinese children. Peking (Beijing), 1937.
Portrait of a battle weary German soldier, tired of the endless marching in the Caucasus. Russia, 1943.
Masks and cubicles used in United States of America General Hospital Number 4, Fort Porter, New York, during the Spanish flu pandemic, 1918.
Hunter and his son. Siberia, USSR, 1975 - By Mark Redkin.
A group of anxious Polish youngsters watch a German air raid on the city of Warsaw, 14 September 1939.
Stormy seas, as seen from aboard the barque Garthsnaid, 1920.
The 14th Dalai Lama as a child in Amdo, Tibet, 1940s.
Woman receiving an autograph from a Titanic disaster survivor, April 1912.
A skull map, created with the bones of some of the three million victims of the Cambodian communist experiment. Photo taken in 1997, at an exhibition in the former S-21 prison camp at Tuol Sleng, in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
A young Soviet soldier in recently occupied Prague, visibly embarrassed by his part in the violent dispersal of Czechoslovakian Protestants , 1968.
Two boys being arrested for pickpocketing. New York, early 1900s.
The coronation of Queen Elizabeth II as monarch of the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Pakistan and Ceylon. Westminster Abbey, June 2, 1953.
The Kaiser's declaration of war against Great Britain being read by the military authorities. Berlin, Germany, 4 August 1914.
President Theodore Roosevelt addressing a crowd of people from the back of a train during a political rally, 1907.
9-year-old girl in a field hospital after a Soviet bombing. Lappeenranta, 1941.
American soldiers watch the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius, 1944.
Mahatma Gandhi with his elder brother Laxmidas. India, 1886.
Albert Einstein at 5 years old. Munich, 1884.
Children's Playground in New York City, 1900s.
Union camp, American Civil War era (between 1861 and 1865).
A group of children posing in their classroom, 1900s.
An Austro-Hungarian Hussar poses with his girlfriend, early 1910s.
"Belka" and "Strelka", Soviet space dogs after landing. USSR, 1960.
The German team after an intense game in the 1938 World Cup in France.
A young boy of Japanese descent waits for the evacuation bus. Centerville, California, 9 May 1942 - By Dorothea Lange for the Department of the Interior // War Relocation Authority.
Australian (New Zealand-born) war correspondent, Kate Webb, during the Vietnam War, 1968.
Female Librarian on horseback delivers books to the students of a mountain school. Kentucky, 1938.
"Five Stars." Washington, D.C., 1927.
Robert Douglas Spedden with his beloved stuffed polar bear a few months before his death, 1914. The boy who became sadly known for surviving the sinking of the Titanic at age six, only to die three years later in a car accident.
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