Фото Георгия Зельмы "Братские могилы", Сталинград, 1942.

Фото Георгия Зельмы "Братские могилы", Сталинград, 1942.

Стокгольм, 1925 г. Первый светофор Стокгольма, открытый в январе 1925 года, находился на пересечении улиц Кунсгатан и Васагатан (Kungsgatan / Vasagatan).

Стокгольм, 1925 г. Первый светофор Стокгольма, открытый в январе 1925 года, находился на пересечении улиц Кунсгатан и Васагатан (Kungsgatan / Vasagatan).

1916 scooter

1916 scooter

London 1900

London 1900

bag-of-dirt:Soviet soldiers play a nocturne for their comrades amidst the ruins of battle. Novoshahtinsk, Rostov Oblast, Russia, Soviet Union. Autumn 1942. Photograph by Yakov Khalip.

bag-of-dirt:Soviet soldiers play a nocturne for their comrades amidst the ruins of battle. Novoshahtinsk, Rostov Oblast, Russia, Soviet Union. Autumn 1942. Photograph by Yakov Khalip.

Berlin 1945 (Link to 115 pictures of Soviet Army WWII pictures.)

Berlin 1945 (Link to 115 pictures of Soviet Army WWII pictures.)

LZ-11, the Viktoria Luise, first flew on February 14, 1912. At 486 feet in length with 670,900 cubic feet of gas. She was named in honor of Kaiser Wilhelm's only daughter. Here the ship is cruising over the Kiel Regatta. Along with Schwaben, Hansa, Deutschland, Deutschland II, and Sachsen, Viktoria Luise was part of DELAG, the world's first commercial airline. Pre-war DELAG Zeppelins carried over 34,000 passengers on over 1,500 flights without a single injury.

LZ-11, the Viktoria Luise, first flew on February 14, 1912. At 486 feet in length with 670,900 cubic feet of gas. She was named in honor of Kaiser Wilhelm's only daughter. Here the ship is cruising over the Kiel Regatta. Along with Schwaben, Hansa, Deutschland, Deutschland II, and Sachsen, Viktoria Luise was part of DELAG, the world's first commercial airline. Pre-war DELAG Zeppelins carried over 34,000 passengers on over 1,500 flights without a single injury.

Men waiting in line for an opportunity at a job during the Depression, 1930.

Men waiting in line for an opportunity at a job during the Depression, 1930.

A zeppelin in Berlin, 1924

A zeppelin in Berlin, 1924

World War I Albatross going down. Most pilots did not wear parachutes and chose to plunge to their deaths rather than burn in their planes. Horrible way to go.

World War I Albatross going down. Most pilots did not wear parachutes and chose to plunge to their deaths rather than burn in their planes. Horrible way to go.

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