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The wagon was pulled through a hole in the wall of the Museum. Following the signing, It was transferred to Berlin where it was exposed as a symbol of the German economy. In 1945, with the advance of Allied troops it was sent to the town of Ohrdruf where the SS decided to burn it before it fell into the hands of the enemy.
Iconic images. One of the most famous portraits ever made by Canadian photographer Yousef Karsh of Winston Churchill....."He walked toward me, shook my hand and said, ‘You can even make a roaring lion stand still to be photographed.’”