Filmmaker Leni Riefenstahl looks through the lens of a large camera prior to filming the 1934 Nuremberg Rally in Germany. The footage would be composed into the 1935 film "Triumph of the Will", later hailed as one of the best propaganda films in history.
Generalfeldmarschall Fritz Erich Georg Eduard von Lewinski gennant von Manstein (24 November 1887 - 09 June 1973), commander 18. Infanterie Division, XXXVIII. Armeekorps, LVI. Armeekorps, 11. Armee, Heeresgruppe Don, Heeresgruppe Süd. Knight's Cross on 19 July 1940 as General der Infanterie and commander of the XXXVIII. Armeekorps, 209th Oak Leaves on 14 March 1943 as Generalfeldmarschall and Commander-in-Chief of Heeresgruppe Süd, 59th Swords on 30 March 1944.
King said in an interview that this photograph was taken as he tried to explain to his daughter Yolanda why she could not go to Funtown, a whites-only amusement park in Atlanta. King claims to have been tongue-tied when speaking to her. “One of the most painful experiences I have ever faced was to see her tears when I told her Funtown was closed to colored children, for I realized the first dark cloud of inferiority had floated into her little mental sky.”
Towards the end of WWII, the Germans were sending boys between the ages of 14 and 17 into the field. This photo, taken at the end of the war shows a young boy terrified by the sounds of battle. He even wet his pants, poor kid.