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Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheimin tervehtii lottaa

Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheimin tervehtii lottaa

Captain Marina Raskova, Soviet Pilot and Navigator, one of the first women, awarded Hero of Soviet Union (1912-1943)

Captain Marina Raskova, Soviet Pilot and Navigator, one of the first women, awarded Hero of Soviet Union (1912-1943)

This ad doesn't even try to hide its shameless manipulation of women's desire to be desirable.  And it's so interesting to me that is says being skinny is not fashionable given what I see on runways now.

This ad doesn't even try to hide its shameless manipulation of women's desire to be desirable. And it's so interesting to me that is says being skinny is not fashionable given what I see on runways now.

Russian soldiers sleeping with a puppy in Prague during World War 2

Russian soldiers sleeping with a puppy in Prague during World War 2

The WASPs: Women Pilots of WWII "Completely & briefly shattered the perception of what women were capable of." KB

The WASPs: Women Pilots of WWII "Completely & briefly shattered the perception of what women were capable of." KB

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truuue l<3ve

finnish child refugee during the russo-finnish war |  finland 1940 | foto: carl mydans

finnish child refugee during the russo-finnish war | finland 1940 | foto: carl mydans

The ustaše guards pose for photo while also showing their cruelty. Die Ustascha waren kroatische Faschisten, die mit der deutschen Wehrmacht und den Nazis kollaborierten.

The ustaše guards pose for photo while also showing their cruelty. Die Ustascha waren kroatische Faschisten, die mit der deutschen Wehrmacht und den Nazis kollaborierten.

A Soviet spy laughs at his executioner in a picture taken in Rukajärvi, in East Karelia, Finland, in November 1942.The view within the Finnish Defence Forces was that photos like this, showing the fate of Russian POWs and spies, created the risk of pro-Soviet elements in Finnish society could have used the images for propaganda purposes. [http://www.hs.fi/english/article/Too+awful+an+image+of+war/1135223124092]

A Soviet spy laughs at his executioner in a picture taken in Rukajärvi, in East Karelia, Finland, in November 1942.The view within the Finnish Defence Forces was that photos like this, showing the fate of Russian POWs and spies, created the risk of pro-Soviet elements in Finnish society could have used the images for propaganda purposes. [http://www.hs.fi/english/article/Too+awful+an+image+of+war/1135223124092]

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