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Estórias da História: 14 de Julho de 1933: É promulgada , pelos nazis, a...

Estórias da História: 14 de Julho de 1933: É promulgada , pelos nazis, a...

Missing D-Day Veteran Pulls Off Escape To Normandy

Missing D-Day Veteran Pulls Off Escape To Normandy

Tudor Manor House, Henry VIII

Tudor Manor House, Henry VIII

Berlin Germany in 1936. The Nazis rising to power, in our chosen musical this theme effects the story between Schnider and Schaults Dramatically, it also is the influence song in the caberet musical. In real 1920s caberets, entertainement was influenced by political issues that were happening at the time.

Berlin Germany in 1936. The Nazis rising to power, in our chosen musical this theme effects the story between Schnider and Schaults Dramatically, it also is the influence song in the caberet musical. In real 1920s caberets, entertainement was influenced by political issues that were happening at the time.

Public burning of "un-German" books in the Opernplatz. Berlin, Germany, May 10, 1933.

Public burning of "un-German" books in the Opernplatz. Berlin, Germany, May 10, 1933.

List of Banned Books, Nazi Germany, 1932-1939

List of Banned Books, Nazi Germany, 1932-1939

10 raras fotografias de escravos brasileiros feitas 150 anos atrás | História Ilustrada

10 raras fotografias de escravos brasileiros feitas 150 anos atrás | História Ilustrada

Jewish prisoners posing for a photograph after the liberation, Dachau, Germany, 1945 - Dachau was a concentration camp for opponents to the Nazi regime, including Jews. Approximately 67,000 prisoners were liberated there on 29 April, 1945, about a third of them Jews. Survivors of the camp had no possessions or means, and thus many of them walked free still wearing prison garb, as they had no other clothes to wear.

Jewish prisoners posing for a photograph after the liberation, Dachau, Germany, 1945 - Dachau was a concentration camp for opponents to the Nazi regime, including Jews. Approximately 67,000 prisoners were liberated there on 29 April, 1945, about a third of them Jews. Survivors of the camp had no possessions or means, and thus many of them walked free still wearing prison garb, as they had no other clothes to wear.

"The Lavender Song", based on "Das Lila Lied" (Berlin, 1921; a gay/lesbian liberation song). An awesome bit of LGBT history! "Round us all up, send us away, that's what you'd really like to do. But we're too strong, proud, unafraid... The way that we dress, the way that we meet, the fact that you cannot destroy our love. We're going to win our rights to lavender days and nights." From 1921!

"The Lavender Song", based on "Das Lila Lied" (Berlin, 1921; a gay/lesbian liberation song). An awesome bit of LGBT history! "Round us all up, send us away, that's what you'd really like to do. But we're too strong, proud, unafraid... The way that we dress, the way that we meet, the fact that you cannot destroy our love. We're going to win our rights to lavender days and nights." From 1921!

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