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Paris, 1886
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Holy Crap Is That What I Look Like?
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40 Must-See Photos From The Past
40 Must-See Photos From The Past | Bored Panda
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English: Photo of the first air raid ever: a German Zeppelin bombarded the city of Antwerp [Belgium] in the night of 24 to 25 August 1914, at the beginning of the First World War. In the foreground the large cigar form of the challenged Zeppelin, in the background the burning city.
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Nadezhda Popova, WWII ‘Night Witch,’ Dies at 91 (Published 2013)
The Russian women who piloted those planes, onetime crop dusters, took it as a compliment. In 30,000 missions over four years, they dumped 23,000 tons of bombs on the German invaders, ultimately helping to chase them back to Berlin. Any German pilot who downed a “witch” was awarded an Iron Cross.
black and white photograph of people walking down the street in the rain with umbrellas
Waterloo Place
Lovely atmospheric photograph of Waterloo Place, London in 1899 by the Belgian photographer Leonard Misonne