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  • Mike Perry

    Wolf Strache, Woman with Gas mask, 1943 - black and white photography

  • Magnetic Dust

    Woman With Gaskmask, 1943. Photographed by Wolf Strache ::: #Photography #Photo #OldPhotography #BlackAndWhitePhotography #WorldWar2 #WW2 #War

  • Mar Cantón (OcéanoMar)

    Hacerle la guerra a la guerra. To make the war to the war. Wolf Strache, Woman with Gasmask, 1943... The signs in the background (movie theater) saying: JOURNEY TO THE PAST.. That's a phantastic photo, a message, done 1943!! ..

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