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  • Vincent Poon

    haehle-lublin-may-1941.jpg (535×800) The Wehrmacht encouraged individual photographing and authorized the soldiers to use their personal cameras on the front. And the camera and raw material producers bombed them with advertisements: “Zeiss Tessar for your war memories!” “Voigtländer Kleinbildkamera to the final victory!” “Agfa Photos: a bridge between the front and the homeland!” And the soldiers seized the opportunity in a large number.

  • Mrs. Olson ~ kah

    Two German soldiers taking a picture in Lublin, Poland 1941

  • Pentax

    Two soldiers are taking photos in the Lublin Jewish ghetto, while a third, Johannes Hähle, photographed them when they all made an excursion to the occupied city. (May 1941)

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