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EBRAISMO ANTI-SEMITISM Caricaturizes fascist antiJewish Rumanian published on the newspaper “the defense of the race”, magazine directed from Telesio Interlandi. Express and unscrupulous of the Hebrew is ironized on the cliché of the enrichment.'The arrival - the partenza'Italia, 1939.   ©Fototeca Gilardi / akg-images / The Image Works
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EBRAISMO ANTI-SEMITISM Caricaturizes fascist antiJewish Rumanian published on the newspaper “the defense of the race”, magazine directed from Telesio Interlandi. Express and unscrupulous of the Hebrew is ironized on the cliché of the enrichment.'The arrival - the partenza'Italia, 1939. ©Fototeca Gilardi / akg-images / The Image Works
FASCISM Newspaper walls them that it explains the people which are the social roles in which you they cannot be Hebrew. Italy, November 1938.   ©Fototeca Gilardi / akg-images / The Image Works
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FASCISM Newspaper walls them that it explains the people which are the social roles in which you they cannot be Hebrew. Italy, November 1938. ©Fototeca Gilardi / akg-images / The Image Works
FASCISM Anti-semitism. Albert Einstein denounced from'the defense of razza'come the author of destructive theories and sterile cerebralismi. Italy, July 1939   ©Fototeca Gilardi / akg-images / The Image Works
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FASCISM Anti-semitism. Albert Einstein denounced from'the defense of razza'come the author of destructive theories and sterile cerebralismi. Italy, July 1939 ©Fototeca Gilardi / akg-images / The Image Works
ANTI-SEMITISM announcement, by Council of Ministers, that it explains what cannot more make the Hebrew and the agencies by which they are excluded, after the deliberations of the so-called “Racial Laws”. Double page gives: “The defense of the race”, fascist periodical, directed from Telesio Interlandi, official organ of the Italian racists. Year II, n. I, Rome, 5 November XVII (1938)   ©Fototeca Gilardi / akg-images / The Image Works
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ANTI-SEMITISM announcement, by Council of Ministers, that it explains what cannot more make the Hebrew and the agencies by which they are excluded, after the deliberations of the so-called “Racial Laws”. Double page gives: “The defense of the race”, fascist periodical, directed from Telesio Interlandi, official organ of the Italian racists. Year II, n. I, Rome, 5 November XVII (1938) ©Fototeca Gilardi / akg-images / The Image Works
JUDAISM Antisemitism "La difesa della razza (The defense of the race')", fascist and racist magazine directed by Telesio Interlandi, complaint with two eloquent images, the terrible «Jewish weapons: the pessimism and skepticism.» Italy, 1939   ©Fototeca Gilardi / akg-images / The Image Works
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JUDAISM Antisemitism "La difesa della razza (The defense of the race')", fascist and racist magazine directed by Telesio Interlandi, complaint with two eloquent images, the terrible «Jewish weapons: the pessimism and skepticism.» Italy, 1939 ©Fototeca Gilardi / akg-images / The Image Works
ANTI-SEMITISM'Hebrew excluded from school italiana'dettaglio of announcement, published by Council of Ministers, that he explains what cannot more make the Hebrew and the agencies by which they are excluded, after the deliberations of the so-called'Razziali'da Laws the double page give: “The defense of the race”, fascist periodical, directed from Telesio Interlandi, official organ of the Italian racists. Year II, n. I, Rome, 5 November XVII (1938).   ©Fototeca Gilardi / akg-images / The Image Works
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ANTI-SEMITISM'Hebrew excluded from school italiana'dettaglio of announcement, published by Council of Ministers, that he explains what cannot more make the Hebrew and the agencies by which they are excluded, after the deliberations of the so-called'Razziali'da Laws the double page give: “The defense of the race”, fascist periodical, directed from Telesio Interlandi, official organ of the Italian racists. Year II, n. I, Rome, 5 November XVII (1938). ©Fototeca Gilardi / akg-images / The Image Works
World War II. Amsterdam, May 1942. Photograph by André Zucca (1897-1973). Bibliothèque historique de la Ville de Paris.  ©André Zucca / BHVP / Roger-Viollet / The Image Works
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World War II. Amsterdam, May 1942. Photograph by André Zucca (1897-1973). Bibliothèque historique de la Ville de Paris. ©André Zucca / BHVP / Roger-Viollet / The Image Works
Munich, Germany: September 1937.  Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini in Munich. dolf Hitler (20 April 1889 – 30 April 1945) was a German politician of Austrian origin who was the leader of the Nazi Party (NSDAP), Chancellor of Germany from 1933 to 1945, and Führer ('leader') of Nazi Germany from 1934 to 1945. As dictator of Nazi Germany he initiated World War II in Europe and was a central figure of the Holocaust. Benito Amilcare Andrea Mussolini (29 July 1883 – 28 April 1945) was an Italian politician, journalist, and leader of the National Fascist Party, ruling the country as Prime Minister from 1922 until he was ousted in 1943. He ruled constitutionally until 1925, when he dropped all pretense of democracy and set up a legal dictatorship. Known as Il Duce ('The Leader'), Mussolini was the founder of fascism.  ©Pictures From History/ The Image Works
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Munich, Germany: September 1937. Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini in Munich. dolf Hitler (20 April 1889 – 30 April 1945) was a German politician of Austrian origin who was the leader of the Nazi Party (NSDAP), Chancellor of Germany from 1933 to 1945, and Führer ('leader') of Nazi Germany from 1934 to 1945. As dictator of Nazi Germany he initiated World War II in Europe and was a central figure of the Holocaust. Benito Amilcare Andrea Mussolini (29 July 1883 – 28 April 1945) was an Italian politician, journalist, and leader of the National Fascist Party, ruling the country as Prime Minister from 1922 until he was ousted in 1943. He ruled constitutionally until 1925, when he dropped all pretense of democracy and set up a legal dictatorship. Known as Il Duce ('The Leader'), Mussolini was the founder of fascism. ©Pictures From History/ The Image Works
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Corpus Christi, Texas - The USS Lexington, a World War II aircraft carrier, which is now a naval museum. November , 2017 © Jim West / The Image Works
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Corpus Christi, Texas - The USS Lexington, a World War II aircraft carrier, which is now a naval museum.
November , 2017 © Jim West / The Image Works
TIRANA, ALBANIA The House of Leaves House of Leaves is the newest museum to open in Albania, and probably the most intriguing. It is considered to be the equivalent of the Stasi headquarters of the former East Germany. The leaves have a double meaning: things hidden in woods, but also the leave of books and files, on people. Those curious to see what was hidden in the HQ of the notorious National Intelligence Service, also known as the House of Spies, will leave speechless. The original house was built in 1931 with the primary function of a medical clinic. During World War II, under German occupation, it was used by the Gestapo. Immediately after the end of the war it was regained by the Albanian government and utilised as a security office for investigations. In January 2015, the idea to transform the house into a museum was introduced to the public. It is situated right in the heart of the city, in front of Tirana’s Orthodox Cathedral and close to the National Bank of Albania. The museum was open for the public on 23 May 2017. November , 2017 ©Alex Farnsworth / The Image Works
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TIRANA, ALBANIA The House of Leaves
House of Leaves is the newest museum to open in Albania, and probably the most intriguing. It is considered to be the equivalent of the Stasi headquarters of the former East Germany. The leaves have a double meaning: things hidden in woods, but also the leave of books and files, on people. Those curious to see what was hidden in the HQ of the notorious National Intelligence Service, also known as the House of Spies, will leave speechless. The original house was built in 1931 with the primary function of a medical clinic. During World War II, under German occupation, it was used by the Gestapo. Immediately after the end of the war it was regained by the Albanian government and utilised as a security office for investigations. In January 2015, the idea to transform the house into a museum was introduced to the public. It is situated right in the heart of the city, in front of Tirana’s Orthodox Cathedral and close to the National Bank of Albania. The museum was open for the public on 23 May 2017. November , 2017 ©Alex Farnsworth / The Image Works
TIRANA, ALBANIA The House of Leaves House of Leaves is the newest museum to open in Albania, and probably the most intriguing. It is considered to be the equivalent of the Stasi headquarters of the former East Germany. The leaves have a double meaning: things hidden in woods, but also the leave of books and files, on people. Those curious to see what was hidden in the HQ of the notorious National Intelligence Service, also known as the House of Spies, will leave speechless. The original house was built in 1931 with the primary function of a medical clinic. During World War II, under German occupation, it was used by the Gestapo. Immediately after the end of the war it was regained by the Albanian government and utilised as a security office for investigations. In January 2015, the idea to transform the house into a museum was introduced to the public. It is situated right in the heart of the city, in front of Tirana’s Orthodox Cathedral and close to the National Bank of Albania. The museum was open for the public on 23 May 2017. November , 2017 ©Alex Farnsworth / The Image Works
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TIRANA, ALBANIA The House of Leaves
House of Leaves is the newest museum to open in Albania, and probably the most intriguing. It is considered to be the equivalent of the Stasi headquarters of the former East Germany. The leaves have a double meaning: things hidden in woods, but also the leave of books and files, on people. Those curious to see what was hidden in the HQ of the notorious National Intelligence Service, also known as the House of Spies, will leave speechless. The original house was built in 1931 with the primary function of a medical clinic. During World War II, under German occupation, it was used by the Gestapo. Immediately after the end of the war it was regained by the Albanian government and utilised as a security office for investigations. In January 2015, the idea to transform the house into a museum was introduced to the public. It is situated right in the heart of the city, in front of Tirana’s Orthodox Cathedral and close to the National Bank of Albania. The museum was open for the public on 23 May 2017. November , 2017 ©Alex Farnsworth / The Image Works
TIRANA, ALBANIA The House of Leaves House of Leaves is the newest museum to open in Albania, and probably the most intriguing. It is considered to be the equivalent of the Stasi headquarters of the former East Germany. The leaves have a double meaning: things hidden in woods, but also the leave of books and files, on people. Those curious to see what was hidden in the HQ of the notorious National Intelligence Service, also known as the House of Spies, will leave speechless. The original house was built in 1931 with the primary function of a medical clinic. During World War II, under German occupation, it was used by the Gestapo. Immediately after the end of the war it was regained by the Albanian government and utilised as a security office for investigations. In January 2015, the idea to transform the house into a museum was introduced to the public. It is situated right in the heart of the city, in front of Tirana’s Orthodox Cathedral and close to the National Bank of Albania. The museum was open for the public on 23 May 2017. November , 2017 ©Alex Farnsworth / The Image Works
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TIRANA, ALBANIA The House of Leaves
House of Leaves is the newest museum to open in Albania, and probably the most intriguing. It is considered to be the equivalent of the Stasi headquarters of the former East Germany. The leaves have a double meaning: things hidden in woods, but also the leave of books and files, on people. Those curious to see what was hidden in the HQ of the notorious National Intelligence Service, also known as the House of Spies, will leave speechless. The original house was built in 1931 with the primary function of a medical clinic. During World War II, under German occupation, it was used by the Gestapo. Immediately after the end of the war it was regained by the Albanian government and utilised as a security office for investigations. In January 2015, the idea to transform the house into a museum was introduced to the public. It is situated right in the heart of the city, in front of Tirana’s Orthodox Cathedral and close to the National Bank of Albania. The museum was open for the public on 23 May 2017. November , 2017 ©Alex Farnsworth / The Image Works
Florin, California. May 10, 1942. American soldier of Japanese ancestry at the railroad station of a small town in an agricultural community. He and nine other service men of Japanese ancestry received furloughs to enable them to come home to assist their families get ready for evacuation from their west coast homes.    ©Atlas Archive / The Image Works
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Florin, California. May 10, 1942. American soldier of Japanese ancestry at the railroad station of a small town in an agricultural community. He and nine other service men of Japanese ancestry received furloughs to enable them to come home to assist their families get ready for evacuation from their west coast homes. ©Atlas Archive / The Image Works
Florin, California. May 30, 1942. Two of the nine American soldiers of Japanese ancestry who have returned to their home town on furloughs that were granted to them in order that they could assist their families prepare for evacuation of all persons of Japanese ancestry from their west coast homes. This community is depending on their returned service men for many errands, shopping, banking, etc., because the soldiers are permitted to travel into town, nine miles away, while others cannot because of military restrictions.   ©Atlas Archive / The Image Works
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Florin, California. May 30, 1942. Two of the nine American soldiers of Japanese ancestry who have returned to their home town on furloughs that were granted to them in order that they could assist their families prepare for evacuation of all persons of Japanese ancestry from their west coast homes. This community is depending on their returned service men for many errands, shopping, banking, etc., because the soldiers are permitted to travel into town, nine miles away, while others cannot because of military restrictions. ©Atlas Archive / The Image Works
Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. December 7, 1941. Aerial photograph, taken by a Japanese pilot, of the destruction of Pearl Harbor, Japanese bomber.    ©Atlas Archive / The Image Works
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Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. December 7, 1941. Aerial photograph, taken by a Japanese pilot, of the destruction of Pearl Harbor, Japanese bomber. ©Atlas Archive / The Image Works
Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. December 7, 1941. Map of Pearl Harbor.   ©Atlas Archive / The Image Works
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Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. December 7, 1941. Map of Pearl Harbor. ©Atlas Archive / The Image Works
Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. May 21, 1941. Aerial photograph of Pearl Harbor.    ©Atlas Archive / The Image Works
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Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. May 21, 1941. Aerial photograph of Pearl Harbor. ©Atlas Archive / The Image Works
Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. October 30, 1941. Aerial photograph of Pearl HArbor, more than a month before the Japanese attack.    ©Atlas Archive / The Image Works
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Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. October 30, 1941. Aerial photograph of Pearl HArbor, more than a month before the Japanese attack. ©Atlas Archive / The Image Works
Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. December 7, 1941. Ships at Pearl Harbor following Japanese attack.   ©Atlas Archive / The Image Works
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Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. December 7, 1941. Ships at Pearl Harbor following Japanese attack. ©Atlas Archive / The Image Works
Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. December 7, 1941. Ships at Pearl Harbor following Japanese attack.   ©Atlas Archive / The Image Works
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Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. December 7, 1941. Ships at Pearl Harbor following Japanese attack. ©Atlas Archive / The Image Works
Photograph of an African-American woman listening to the radio during World War Two. Dated 1943  ©World History Archive / TopFoto / The Image Works
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Photograph of an African-American woman listening to the radio during World War Two. Dated 1943 ©World History Archive / TopFoto / The Image Works
A GCI ( Ground-controlled interception ) radar receiver - an air defense tactic , whereby one or more radar stations are linked to a command communications centre and guides interceptor aircraft to an airborne target 1941  ©TopFoto / The Image Works
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A GCI ( Ground-controlled interception ) radar receiver - an air defense tactic , whereby one or more radar stations are linked to a command communications centre and guides interceptor aircraft to an airborne target
1941 ©TopFoto / The Image Works
WWII, October 1944: Soviet troops crossing the Norwegian-Finnish border.    ©RIA Novosti / The Image Works
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WWII, October 1944: Soviet troops crossing the Norwegian-Finnish border. ©RIA Novosti / The Image Works
LONDON TOWN HALL DAMAGED IN ALL-NIGHT RAID. The Town Hall of a borough in South London suffered bomb damage during the German all-night air raid on London. PHOTO SHOWS:- Damage to the Town Hall. 16 September 1940  CENSOR Nos. 70290/1/2/3  ©Topfoto/ The Image Works
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LONDON TOWN HALL DAMAGED IN ALL-NIGHT RAID.
The Town Hall of a borough in South London suffered bomb damage during the German all-night air raid on London. PHOTO SHOWS:- Damage to the Town Hall.
16 September 1940
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HOLLAND HOUSE DAMAGED BY FIRE BOMBS. Holland House, Lord Ilchester’s 17th century house just off Kensington High Street, London, has been severely damaged by an oil bomb and a "Molotov breadbasket" of incendiaries dropped by German air raiders recently. The House, famous as an example of Jacobean domestic architecture, was built in 1607 by Sir Walter Cope. Gentleman of the bedchamber to King James I The majority of the treasures contained in the House were removed to safety at the outbreak of the war, but a number of valuable books were destroyed in the bombing. PHOTO SHOWS:- Damaged antiques, including a Sedan chair, a piano, and an old chest. 23 October 1940   CENSOR No. 85209  ©Topfoto/ The Image Works
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HOLLAND HOUSE DAMAGED BY FIRE BOMBS.
Holland House, Lord Ilchester’s 17th century house just off Kensington High Street, London, has been severely damaged by an oil bomb and a "Molotov breadbasket" of incendiaries dropped by German air raiders recently.
The House, famous as an example of Jacobean domestic architecture, was built in 1607 by Sir Walter Cope. Gentleman of the bedchamber to King James I The majority of the treasures contained in the House were removed to safety at the outbreak of the war, but a number of valuable books were destroyed in the bombing.
PHOTO SHOWS:- Damaged antiques, including a Sedan chair, a piano, and an old chest.
23 October 1940

CENSOR No. 85209 ©Topfoto/ The Image Works

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