November 14, 2014 | Categories: European History, European Warfare 1789-1918, History, Human History, Images of History, Life under siege, Lost the Battle, Won The War, Military History, Modern Warfare, Photography, Pursuit of Happiness, The Drama Of It All, The Politics of Cultural Destruction, Weapons & Equipment Used in War, World War One | Tags: Belgium, black and white photography, country side, Death, Europe, Fight, First World War, France, Historical, Historical photo, Historical photography, History, human history, Military, Military history, Photo, Photography, Poelcapelle, Power, sad, Street corner, Tank, The Great War, The war to end all wars, War, war history, war photography, War torn, war zone, Warfare, World History, World War i, World War One, World Wars, WW1, WWI | 1 Comment
It’s interesting to see the still battered buildings from the battle of Berlin show their scars. I know it took time for parts of Germany to recover and rebuild but pictures like this really put it into perspective.
December 29, 2013 | Categories: History, Nightmares of World War II, Photography, Pursuit of Happiness, The Drama Of It All, The Politics of Cultural Destruction, World War Two | Tags: Adolf Hitler, Berlin, Berlin Wall, Communism, Communist, Death, East Germany, Europe, Germany, Government, History, Hitler, human history, Military, Photo, Photography, Russia, War torn, World History, World War two | Leave a comment
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