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LA VOZ DORMIDA, de la autora Dulce Chacón. Un libro que relata a través de una conmovedora historia el papel de las mujeres en la Guerra Civil Española. Imprescindible.
Miliciana Republicana con su hijo. Guerra civil española/ Republican militia member with her son. Spanish Civil War
La voz dormida, de Dulce Chacón;me adentre tanto en la historia..que al ponerme en el lugar de cualquiera de las protagonistas,lloraba por las injusticias que sufrieron y a la misma vez me sentia orgullosa de la valentia de todas esas mujeres
Hortensia Rodriguez (miliciana republicana), los pendientes son un regalo de su marido, se los dejo de herencia a su hija, a la que dio a luz en prision, despues de ser fusilada (Guerra civil española 1936-1939).
Un libro que relata a través de una conmovedora historia el papel de las mujeres en la Guerra Civil Española. Imprescindible.
Unas en la retaguardia, otras en la vanguardia armada de la guerrilla; unas desde fuera, y otras tras los muros de la prisión madrileña de Ventas; todas mujeres, todas valientes y sacrificadas... Una historia de coraje y dignidad que se convierte en testimonio y homenaje al papel desempeñado por muchas mujeres en los momentos decisivos de la guerra civil española y en los siguientes años de represión.
'La voz dormida' is a Dulce Chacon's best seller. It tells the story of the life of two sisters after the spanish Civil War. One of them, who's pregnant, is judged and sentenced to death for being Republican, and the other one falls in love with an important fugitive. It's a dramatic story about injustice, cruelty, ideals, losses, hope, and a love more powerful than guns. I absolutely recomend it to everyone.
Un grupo de mujeres encarceladas en la madrileña prisión de Ventas, enarbola la bandera de la dignidad y el coraje como única arma posible para enfrentarse a la humillación, la tortura y la muerte. Dulce Chacón sumerge de inmediato al lector en las vidas de unos personajes hechos carne que le conquistan con una potencia irresistible, la que nace de sus actos, de sus valores, de su capacidad de lucha y del alcance de su amor.
Los libros de Dánae: La voz dormida.- Dulce Chacón
German and Soviet soldiers meet in Brest on September 22, 1939.
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"Soviet and German officers meet at the demarcation line, following their joint invasion of Poland" (Portrait of Stalin in the background) Photo credit: Bundesarchiv (Germany) Poland, 1939
German and Soviet soldiers meet in Brześć (Lithuanian Brest), former Polish city on September 22, 1939 after Hitler and Stalin carved up the country with the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact.
Bundesarchiv Bild 101I-121-0011-20, Polen, deutsch-sowjetische Siegesparade - German and Soviet soldiers during the official transfer of Brest to Soviet control in front of picture of Stalin, in the aftermath of the invasion and partition of Poland by Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union in 1939.
Briefly good buddies: Soviet and German army officers meet to delineate the boundaries between the German and Soviet-occupied parts of Poland in Sept 1939. Stalin thought (wrongly) that Poland would satiate Hitler and protect the USSR from a German attack.
Bundesarchiv_Bild_101I-121-0011-20,_Polen,_deutsch-sowjetische_Siegesparade / German and Soviet soldiers meeting in Brest
German and Soviet soldiers meet in Brześć (Lithuanian Brest), former Polish city, now belonging to Belarus, on September 22, 1939.
German and Sovietic officers debating about the division of Poland in Brześć Litewski . Poland 22 September 1939
Soviet and German officers in Poland. 22. September, 1939. ( " Best Botty`s " ) ...
September 1939.German invasion of Poland.
Ekaterina Dzhugashvili, the mother of Joseph Stalin, seated on park bench, Tiflis, Russia, 1931 by Margaret Bourke-White
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Margaret Bourke-White. Joseph Stalin's mother, Ekaterina Dzhugashvili 1931. I can't image why she looks so unhappy. Personally, I'm surprised he had mother.
Ekaterina Dzhugashvili, the mother of Joseph Stalin, seated on park bench, Tiflis, Russia, 1931 by Margaret Bourke-White
Ekaterina Dzhugashvili, the mother of Joseph Stalin, Tiflis 1931- Margaret Bourke-White http://benatlas.com/2009/12/margaret-bourke-white-photographs-stalin-family/
LIFE: Russia - Ekaterina Dzhugashvili, the mother of Russian Ldr. Joseph Stalin, seated on park bench. (1931; by Margaret Bourke-White)
Ekaterina Dzhugashvili, the mother of Joseph Stalin, Tiflis 1931- Margaret Bourke-White
Joseph Stalin's mother, Ekaterina Dzhugashvili, 1931 by Margaret Bourke-White
Mother of Joseph Stalin Ekaterina Dzhugashvili. Tiflis. Margaret Bourke-White
Margaret Bourke-White. Joseph Stalin's mother, Ekaterina Dzhugashvili, 1931
Ekaterina Dzhugashvili, the mother of Joseph Stalin. Tiflis, Russia, 1931.
Spanish Civil War Republican militiamen posing with nun mummy from tombs desecrated at the Convent of the Conception of Toledo, circa 1936-39
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Spanish Civil War Republican militiamen posing with nun mummy from tombs desecrated at the Convent of the Conception of Toledo, circa 1936-39. #GuerraCivilEspañola
Spanish Civil War Republican militiamen posing with nun mummy from tombs desecrated at the Convent of the Conception of Toledo, circa 1936-39. The Republicans had great hatred for the Roman Catholic hierarchy.
Starvation was vast during the Russian Revolution. These refugee children, their bellies distended from malnutrition, gave mute testimony in 1921 to the famine that killed as many as 6 million people. The Molokans that were able to leave Russia before the he worst natural disaster in Europe since the Black Plague in the Middle Ages. Five million Russians died.
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Starving Children During the Russian Famine.....For Barrack and his crew from Saint Louis that think that WHITE PEOPLE never have had any misery in life.....and that only the whites are responsible for THE WORLDS FAMINE and WARS.........your buddies (political leaders) in Rwanda and Sudan have a good handle on that sir,,,,,,,
Why they were angry with the Royals. Starvation was vast during the Russian Revolution. These refugee children, their bellies distended from malnutrition, gave mute testimony in 1921 to the famine that killed as many as 6 million people. ~Repinned Via Mhari Bee
Starving Children During the Russian Famine instigated by Stalin. Damn Communists
Oh, yeah I forgot capitalism is bad. Starving Children During the Russian Famine
Starving Children During the Russian Famine. Those poor babies!!
Starving Children During the Russian Famine soooo sad :(
Starvation during the Russian Revolution
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Spanish Republican cruelty mass MURDERS showing inhumanity and against all rules of a civilized war. No of them this murders where in prison. Spanish civil war (1936-1939). An oath of red cruelty against the Fascist Enemy. The curious thing is, that in Spain never had facist, the falangist where never part of them. They paid for their help.
Paul Smith-"It is after Vidal’s first act of shockingly graphic violence (the stabbing to death of a rabbit-hunter in the face) that del Toro cuts to Ofelia’s first visit to the fantasy world and her meeting with the ancient, creaking Faun that gives the film its Spanish title, El laberinto del fauno. Del Toro is perhaps suggesting here that fantasy is somehow proportionate to or compensatory for the horror of the real."
Spanish civil war (1936-1939). An oath against the Fascist Enemy, por Spanish history en Flickr
Spanish civil war / mortars make perfect 'cross bones ' to make a sinister skull and cross bones modern warfare symbol /many in this image didn't survive , so plenty of skulls to replicate the image and obviously no shortage of mortars either during a war / so sad that mankind has such a self destructive mindset / then again it kept the population lower /now medical breakthroughs and less wars will if projected forward to 2050 at current levels of growth the world population will be 9.6 Billion☑
Spanish civil war (1936-1939). An oath against the Fascist Enemy.
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Spanish civil war.
Ulrike Meinhof, German journalist and member of the RAF (Red Army Faction)
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http://notoriouswomen.jimdo.com/ulrike-meinhof/ Ulrike Marie Meinhof was a German left-wing militant. She co-founded the Red Army Faction (Rote Armee Fraktion) in 1970 after having previously worked as a journalist for the monthly left-wing magazine Konkret.
7 October 1934 – 9 May 1976) was a German left-wing militant. She co-founded the Red Army Faction (Rote Armee Fraktion) in 1970 after having previously worked as a journalist for the monthly left-wing magazine konkret. She was arrested in 1972, and eventually charged with numerous murders and the formation of a criminal association
Biography from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ulrike_Meinhof Ulrike Meinhof als junge Journalistin (retuschiert).jpg
Ulrike Meinhof answered the pangs of German conscience, and it wasn't just her tumor talking...
Ulrike Marie Meinhof (7 October 1934 – 9 May 1976) was a German left-wing militant. She co-founded the Red Army Faction (Rote Armee Fraktion) in 1970 after having previously worked as a journalist for the monthly left-wing magazine konkret. She was arrested in 1972, and eventually charged with numerous murders and the formation of a criminal association. Before the trial concluded, Meinhof was found hanged in her prison cell in 1976.
Journalist Ulrike Meinhof
Ulrike Meinhof . RAF
Russian Cossack Wehrmacht volunteer.
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Russian, Ukrainian and Belarussian Waffen SS and Wehrmacht Volunteers ~Via Peer Into The Past: History
Russian Cossack Wehrmacht volunteer in German Army. These gallant men fought against Stalin oppressive regime. When the War ended most were handed back to the Reds by the British/US forces. Stalin had them all shot, many of their family members back in the USSR were imprisoned in GULAGS or worse. This espisode will be a black mark for those who collabarated with the, "Devil in Moscow"
Russian Cossack Wehrmacht volunteer. I wonder if that breast eagle was sewn backwards on purpose..
Russian Cossack Wehrmacht volunteer. Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea he picked the Devil.
Gente della Guerra (124)Russian, Ukrainian and Belarussian Waffen SS and Wehrmacht Volunteers
Soldiers of the 1st Cossack Cavalry Division (which was a Russian Cossack division of the German Army that served during World War II). It was created on the Eastern Front mostly out of Don Cossacks already serving in the Wehrmacht, those who escaped from the advancing Red Army and Soviet POWs. In 1945, the division was transferred to the Waffen SS, becoming the 1st SS Cossack Cavalry Division (1. SS-Kosaken-Kavallerie-Division). At the end of the war, the unit ceased to exist.
Russian Cossack Wehrmacht volunteer. This is how much people can hate Communist.
Russian, Ukrainian and Belarussian Waffen SS Volunteers
Russian Cossack Wehrmacht volunteer. WWII
On December 16, 1989, thousands of people took to the streets of Timisoara in Romania to protest food shortages, harassment of a dissident ethnic-Hungarian priest, Laszlo Tokes, and the dictatorship of Nicholai Ceausescu in general. Many were teenagers and students, and the brutal suppression of these protests marked the beginning of the end for the Ceausescu regime. A few days after the massacre in Timisoara, Ceausescu gave a speech in Bucharest before one hundred thousand people, who shoute...