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Showing a baby it's father's photo on Father's Day (1941)

Jewish refugee father & daughter in Vilna

A member of the famous Tuskegee Airman, and his proud father, Harlem NY 1943

Father and son.

Litzmannstadt ghetto in Poland (1941)

Wife and Baby Saying Farewell to Serviceman Husband and Father at Pennsylvania Station During WWII

Moscow boys, 1941

Flags of Our Fathers.

A very rare photo (taken from the only known video) of Anne Frank. Merwedeplein, Amsterdam, May 1941

Beautiful portrait of a father and his three children. The informal pose is unusual for that time period. And yet it shows the love of this father who doesn't mind getting down on the floor with his little ones. I love the way the boy is hugging his father from behind and the way the father is leaning into his girls, it displays such tenderness. Glasgow, Scotland. ca. 1867

A Czech boy in long stockings (1941)

The photo is one of a series showing women being stripped, harassed and chased by civilians as chaos led to rapes and killings after the Germans captured Lviv Ukraine from the Soviets. 1941

LSSAdolf Hitler On the move through Bulgaria to the Yugoslav border at Klistendil on April 7, 1941.

WW2. Summer of 1941. German troops moving pass dead Soviet refugees

They're Waiting, 1941 through 1945, Ron White | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

"America will be as strong as her women", 1941 - 1945 by The U.S. National Archives, via Flickr

Young traders of the Warsaw Ghetto (1941)

Major historical WTF ... This was in Popular Science Monthly circa 1923. Thanks to an English invention, babies are given fresh air in metal cages which are designed to attach to the outside windows of the building in which you live, with (only) the help of two iron poles. ~~~ Gee, wonder why this practice didn't keep? Yikes!

Lodz, Poland, 1941, Benjamin Fortonsky in a ghetto street. Mendel Grossman

Rare to see such a funny expression in a picture from the 1800's. Cute

Allen Ottis Brooner Served 1940 – Dec. 7, 1941 (He died aboard the USS Arizona at Pearl Harbor and is entombed there) U.S. Navy Hometown: Dale, Ind. Submitted by Daryl Lovell