German-made camera used to take iconic Times Square kiss picture at the end of World War Two

German-made camera used to take iconic Times Square kiss picture at the end of World War Two goes up for auction

German-made camera used to take iconic Times Square kiss picture at the end of World War Two

Old Hollywood glamour wedding hair. Visit www.rosetintmywedding.co.uk for bespoke wedding planning and design UK.

Old Hollywood glamour wedding hair. Visit www.rosetintmywedding.co.uk for bespoke wedding planning and design UK.

Then visit Britain's smallest police station, Trafalgar Square

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VE DAY IN LONDON, 8 MAY 1945. Two small girls waving their flags in the rubble of Battersea, snapped by an anonymous American photographer.

VE DAY IN LONDON, 8 MAY 1945. Two small girls waving their flags in the rubble of Battersea, snapped by an anonymous American photographer.

Armistice or V-E (Victory in Europe) day May 8 1945.  Churchill waving to London crowd.  On this day Nazi Germany surrendered to Allies.

Armistice or V-E (Victory in Europe) day May 8 1945. Churchill waving to London crowd. On this day Nazi Germany surrendered to Allies.

If you’re in Paris and don’t take at least a day to visit the Louvre, you’re missing an opportunity to see some of the greatest treasures that humanity has created. Granted, you don’t need to spend a ton of time looking at the Louvre’s most famous works, including the Mona Lisa or the Winged Victory of Samothrace—and with the crowds that gather around them, you probably won’t want to anyway. But there are literally thousands of things to see, such as paintings by Renaissance masters…

50 Things to Do in Europe At Least Once in Your Life

If you’re in Paris and don’t take at least a day to visit the Louvre, you’re missing an opportunity to see some of the greatest treasures that humanity has created. Granted, you don’t need to spend a ton of time looking at the Louvre’s most famous works, including the Mona Lisa or the Winged Victory of Samothrace—and with the crowds that gather around them, you probably won’t want to anyway. But there are literally thousands of things to see, such as paintings by Renaissance masters…

Holborn Circus ablaze after an air raid, with the statue of Prince Regent in the foreground, 16th April 1941 (b/w photo)

Holborn Circus ablaze after an air raid, with the statue of Prince Regent in the foreground, 16th April 1941 (b/w photo)

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