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1975 Finisce la guerra in Vietnam: uno dei conflitti più sanguinosi del Novecento, che avrebbe lasciato sul terreno i corpi straziati di milioni di innocenti e di giovani soldati mandati a morire senza un perché.

1975 Finisce la guerra in Vietnam: uno dei conflitti più sanguinosi del Novecento, che avrebbe lasciato sul terreno i corpi straziati di milioni di innocenti e di giovani soldati mandati a morire senza un perché.

Nice, Are You Sure ?

Nice, Are You Sure ?

The pilot and the observer in the cabin of a Bristol Blenheim long range fighter of No. 245 (Northern Rhodesian) Squadron at RAF Aldergrove, Northern Ireland.

The pilot and the observer in the cabin of a Bristol Blenheim long range fighter of No. 245 (Northern Rhodesian) Squadron at RAF Aldergrove, Northern Ireland.

REMEMBER!

REMEMBER!

7 KICKING PHOTOGRAPHY IDEAS FOR A BORING WEEKEND (Broken Mirror Portraits)

7 KICKING PHOTOGRAPHY IDEAS FOR A BORING WEEKEND (Broken Mirror Portraits)

P-51 Mustang at Warbirds

P-51 Mustang at Warbirds

Gunner Wehrmacht (German army WW2) with MG-34 machine gun with optical sight MGZ.34. MGZ.34 view is for shooting at a distance of up to 2500 m, and the line closed position (3000 m) and indirect (up to 3500 m) fire.

Gunner Wehrmacht (German army WW2) with MG-34 machine gun with optical sight MGZ.34. MGZ.34 view is for shooting at a distance of up to 2500 m, and the line closed position (3000 m) and indirect (up to 3500 m) fire.

SS MG34 crew during Operation Barbarossa 1941 The Maschinengewehr 34 was arguably the most advanced machine gun in the world at the time of its deployment. Its combination of exceptional mobility, being light enough to be carried by one man, and high rate of fire (of up to 900 rounds per minute) was unmatched. It entered service in great numbers, from 1936 onwards and was first combat tested by German troops aiding Franco's Nationalists in the Spanish civil war.

SS MG34 crew during Operation Barbarossa 1941 The Maschinengewehr 34 was arguably the most advanced machine gun in the world at the time of its deployment. Its combination of exceptional mobility, being light enough to be carried by one man, and high rate of fire (of up to 900 rounds per minute) was unmatched. It entered service in great numbers, from 1936 onwards and was first combat tested by German troops aiding Franco's Nationalists in the Spanish civil war.

Preußisches Berlin

Preußisches Berlin