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Bombed-out Dresden - May 1945 AKG - Images Military History, September 2006, p. 35

Women's suffrage.

Rescue personnel converge on the bomb-damaged Alfred Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City Wednesday, April 19, 1995.

May 08, 1945: Two million people gathered in Times Square to celebrate the end of World War II.

St. Paul's. London. WWII | history | wartime | destruction | historical image | London Blitz | war | WW2

Nazi Germany- I've never seen these photos. They are taking my breath away. The Brandenburg Gate in Berlin

Atomic bomb - Hiroshima 1945

A German U-Boat washes up on the shores of Hastings, England in 1919.

1945: GERMANY. Britain and the United States commit one of the most gruesome war crimes of the Second World War when they firebomb the German city of Dresden, crammed with hundreds of thousands of refugees. The few legitimate military targets in or near Dresden, including a vital railway bridge, are not targeted. The bombing creates a firestorm, literally a holocaust, which destroys thirteen square miles of the historical core of the city and kills at least twenty five thousand civilians. So...

"Why isn't this in our history books?" Unfortunately, we all know, right?

People in Belfast bidding farewell to the ship they just built - the Titanic, 1912

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Bombing of Dresden

This Day in WWII History: Feb 13, 1945: Firebombing of Dresden

Jews board a train in Siedlce that will take them to Treblinka Extermination Camp.

Photos of Budapest from 1944-1945

The European Atrocity You Never Heard About - In the largest episode of forced migration in history, millions of German-speaking civilians were sent to Germany from Czechoslovakia and other European countries after World War II by order of the United States, Britain, and the Soviet Union.

A woman drinking tea during the Blitz. | The 16 Most Delightfully British Photos Of All Time

Want to see what hate looks like? Here it is - Nazi Propaganda Minister Joseph Goebbels, upon hearing that his photographer - Alfred Eisenstaedt - was Jewish., He blamed the defeat of Germany on the German people and not Hitler. On May 1st, 1945, he gave poison to his six children and then shot his wife and himself.

Excavation of the Sphinx, circa 1850.