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Madeira Gentes e Lugares: Desastres Naturais no Arquipélago da Madeira - Resenha Histórica

Madeira Gentes e Lugares: Desastres Naturais no Arquipélago da Madeira - Resenha Histórica

Madeira Gentes e Lugares: Desastres Naturais no Arquipélago da Madeira - Resenha Histórica

Madeira Gentes e Lugares: Desastres Naturais no Arquipélago da Madeira - Resenha Histórica

André Kertész’

André Kertész's black and white photography

The Eiffel Tower, Paris 1929 (© Andre Kertesz) Harris:What a view looking down from La Tour Eiffel! Glad I brought the Kodak.

photography by Gianni Berengo Gardin.

photography by Gianni Berengo Gardin.

Vivian Maier - Her Discovered Work

Street Gallery of photos taken by the photographer Vivian Maier. One of multiple galleries on the official Vivian Maier website.

Gianni Berengo Gardin, Milano, 1970 on Paddle8

Milano by Gianni Berengo Gardin on is a marketplace for collectors, presenting auctions of extraordinary art and objects.

The Night Witches were an all-female bombing regiment in the Soviet Air Force. Flying biplanes meant for dusting crops and training new recruits, they dropped 23,000 tons of bombs on German forces in WWII. <a href=http://www.missedinhistory.com/blog/missed-in-history-night-witches/>Read the show notes here.</a>

Women pilots of the "Night Witches" receiving orders for an up-coming raid. (Credit: Sovfoto/UIG via Getty Images)

Werner Bischof, Leptchas on the way up, Sikkim, 1951 From Werner Bischof Pictures

Werner Bischof April 1916 – 16 May was a Swiss photographer and photojournalist. His works on the devastation in post-war Europe established him as one of the foremost photojournalists of his time

Jorge Longaron Friday Foster Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 6-24-73

The Friday Foster Chronicles!

Jorge Longaron Friday Foster Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated

Women’s Auxiliary Air Force or WAAF, woman tracking aircraft via radar during WWII

Women’s Auxiliary Air Force or WAAF, woman tracking aircraft via radar during WWII.

The most notorious and the best documented of these massacres took place on September 29–30, 1941, where in 33,771 Jews were killed in a single operation. The decision to kill all the Jews in Kiev was made by the military governor, Major-General Kurt Eberhard, the Police Commander for Army Group South.  It is estimated that between 100,000 and 150,000 more lives were taken at Babi Yar.

Nazis sift through the enormous pile of clothing left behind by the victims of the massacre.The History Place - Holocaust Timeline: Massacre at Babi Yar

Nurses arriving in Normandy 1944

nurses walk along a beach in Normandy, France on July after they had waded through the surf from their landing craft. They are on their way to field hospitals to care for the wounded allied soldiers.” (AP) - pin by Paolo Marzioli

How To Pack Lunch Boxes For War Workers

How to Pack Lunch Boxes for War Workers, 1943

Woman in kitchen packing lunches.

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This is the Original Friday Inspiration series - amazing things that we handpicked to inspire you to greatness. You have a full weekend ahead, so use it wi

Women Delivering Ice, 1918 Original photo by War Department/National Archives Colourized by Dana Keller

20 Historic Black and White Pictures Restored in Color (Part II)

"Girls deliver ice" 1918 "Heavy work that formerly belonged to men only is being done by girls. The ice girls are delivering ice on a route and their work requires brawn as well as the patriotic ambition to help.

Whispering Gallery, St Paul’s Cathedral, London, 1950 by Werner Bischof

mythologyofblue: “ Werner Bischof, Whispering gallery, St Paul’s, London, 1950 (via alfiusdebux) ”

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