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Bucket brigades of mostly women civilians working to clear rubble after the end of WWII, Berlin, 1945

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Children being evacuated from London - September 1939.

Children being evacuated out of London during the outbreak of World War II, 1939 - William Vandivert

Mass demonstration in front of the Reichstag against the Treaty of Versailles. This Day in History: Jun 28, 1919: Treaty of Versailles Ends World War I

Mass demonstration in front of the Reichstag against the Treaty of Versailles . This Day in History : Jun 28 1919 : Treaty of Versailles Ends World War I

Berlino 1945

The captial of the Third Recih at the close of the war. Berlin during WWII - Allied bombing runs reduced most of it to rubble

A German woman sobs and cradles her defiant-looking son after she returns to her residence, fleeing an Allied air raid, only to discover her home has been destroyed.

A young German boy with his mother. They returned to Berlin from the evacuation area only to find their home destroyed. She weeps in despair. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images)

News vendor during the Blitz, Victoria Station, 1940,  George Rodger. English Photojournalist (1908 -  1995)

George Rodger (Hale, 19 marzo 1908 – Ashford, 24 luglio News vendor during the Blitz, Victoria Station, 1940

An American soldiers sits on top of a traffic light in London to celebrate the news of the end of the war.

An American soldier sits on top of a traffic light in London to celebrate the news of the end of the war, August 1945 (Photo by Popperfoto/Getty Images) War and Conflict, World War Two, Great Britain, V.

© Werner Bischof, Netherlands. Limburg province. Maastricht. Playing criss cross. 1945.

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1905 Kaiser-Friedrich-Museum Monbijoubruecke - Bode-Museum – Wikipedia

1905 Kaiser-Friedrich-Museum Monbijoubruecke - Bode-Museum – Wikipedia

A 19th Century Telephone Network Covered Stockholm in Thousands of Phone Lines

Telephone Tower in Stockholm, Sweden before they figured out the whole switching network thing: 5000 lines in

Dead guards at Dachau                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Executed German soldiers and camp guards at Dachau. I have been to Dachau

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