Wednesday, August 31, 2016

24 Beautiful Kodachrome Snapshots Captured the Life in Germany during the 1950s

These beautiful Kodachrome photos were taken in some cities in Germany by photographer Max Leonard that documented streets scenes during the 1950s.

After the Munich Fasching Parade, 1955

Arnulf Klett Platz, Stuttgart, 1951

At General Walker terrace in Obersalzberg, 1958

At the Tattersal in Wiesbaden, 1958

Bad Herrenalb, Germany, 1955

Blankenheim in 1957

German family in 1959

Girl at the Heidelberg River, 1955

Inside the castle at Bernkastle, 1956

Kurhaus at Night, Wiesbaden, 1958

Man in uniform, Stuttgart, 1952

Man pushing the stroller on street in Trier, 1955

Mothers with children in Bernkastel-Kues, Germany, ca. 1950s

Porsche 356 in Grainau in 1958

Porta Nigra in Trier, 1955

Schultheiss am Kureck in Wiesbaden with a Borgward Isabella Sedan and a Ford Fairlane, 1957

Street in Berchtesgaden, 1953

Street in Freiburg im Breisgau, 1955

Street in Mittenwald, ca. 1950s

Street in Rothenburg, Germany in 1955

Street in Wiesbaden, 1959

Street scene in Garmisch, 1952

The Autobahn North of Wiesbaden in 1958

Women and their children in Rothenburg, Germany in 1957

(Photos by Max Leonard, via Michael Leonard)

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