Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Europe in Color Photographs in 1936

A collection of color photographs of Europe in 1936, before the WWII.




















8 comments:

  1. FYI, Chicago is in Illinois. The Green Diamond train ran between Chicago, Il and St Louis, MO. http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Green_Diamond

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  2. аминат дибироваJanuary 15, 2014 at 10:23 AM

    Danke feur diese gewaltigen Fotos! das ist die richtige Geschichte.

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  3. Isn't politically incorrect to post only from nazi regime ? It' s seems for europeans that some americans didn' t hear about SIBERIA , Far Eastern Russia... Ask more Alexander Soljenitin and the SOVIET GULAG... Russian still try to put their boots over the entire Eastern Europe, but some americans still don't give a sheet... You think this is bullshit, don' t you ? No, it isn't... History repeated and I can tell you, is not funny at all...

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  4. Hey are these 'colorized'? Ha ha, that would be totally weird and strangely clinical. Like looking back at pictures of past atrocities of man, searching for meaning - "Oh by the way Carl I've done them up in color for a better sense of realism. Also, here's a picture of Jesus's balls."

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  5. The writer is I think you were referring to Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, and unfortunately many know of the tragedies of Stalin and company, I think they were just showing a different view of the Lodz ghetto. There is a book of the same name that has these pictures in it, and it also tells the stories of the people who survived and those that died there.

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  6. Lodz has changed-http://americanlivewire.com/the-cheapest-vacation-ever-lodz-poland/

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  7. http://www.surveysavvy.com/?m=2063399

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