Manchu noble ladies in 1900s The Manchus are members of an indigenous people of Manchuria also known as red tasseled Manchus because of their traditional hat ornaments. Manchus are the largest branch of the Tungusic peoples and are chiefly distributed throughout China, forming the fourth largest ethnic group and the third largest ethnic minority group in that country.
In March 1933, Heinrich Himmler (then Munich's chief of police) opened the first concentration camp [Konzentrationslager or KZ] in nearby Dachau. The facility was supposed to provide "protective custody" for Communists, Social Democrats, and other political enemies. Soon hundreds of concentration camps modeled on Dachau were being built throughout the country to become death camps, as Dachau later became
From the archives of LIFE Magazine ... "A member of the South Korean National Police holds the severed head of a North Korean communist guerilla during the Korean War, 1952.” /From The Cab: Man's Inhumanity - 4
German residents are forced to bring the dead of nearby concentration camp Wöbbelin to a graveyard after its liberation. Ludwigslust, May, 1945. Everybody knew something TERRIBLE was Happening, but nobody cared and all were scared. Read more: http://histomil.com/viewtopic.php?f=338&t=3918&start=3810#ixzz3R50UVzzP
Albert Kahn is the best philanthropist you've likely never heard of. I hadn't, anyway, until I was pointed to the Russian website History and Present via Reddit user Hanfresco a little earlier. The top post, published Tuesday, features a sampling of color