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On October 13th 1958, at the Treason Trial, Moses Kotane and Nelson Mandela leave the Pretoria Court, a converted synagogue, beaming with joy as the Crown had withdrawn the indictment.However, on 19th January 1959, Nelson Mandela and 29 others, were put on trial again, but 2 years later weree found not guilty.

On October 13th 1958, at the Treason Trial, Moses Kotane and Nelson Mandela leave the Pretoria Court, a converted synagogue, beaming with joy as the Crown had withdrawn the indictment.However, on 19th January 1959, Nelson Mandela and 29 others, were put on trial again, but 2 years later weree found not guilty.

South Africa buries Nelson Mandela at ancestral home: 'A great tree has fallen'

QUNU, South Africa - Speeches, songs and artillery fire rang out across Nelson Mandela's childhood home on Sunday as South Africa said a final farewell to the man who united the country when it teetered on the edge of bloody conflict.

I wonder if anyone reading that newspaper on that day knew what the Anschluss really meant...

I wonder if anyone reading that newspaper on that day knew what the Anschluss really meant...

A postman emptying the pillar box the morning after a heavy bombing raid in London. Circa 1940-41.

A postman emptying the pillar box the morning after a heavy bombing raid in London. Circa 1940-41.

Prison Block, KL-Ravensbrück, June 2011 The prison block or ‘bunker’ at Ravensbruck Concentration Camp is one of the largest I have seen, spread out over 2 spotless floors. Besides the beatings that were routinely carried out in the prison block, medical experiments were also carried out. It was first set up as a museum in 1959 with items donated by former prisoners. It has since been remodelled and the upper floor now uses approximately 20 of the cells with different memorials.

Prison Block, KL-Ravensbrück, June 2011 The prison block or ‘bunker’ at Ravensbruck Concentration Camp is one of the largest I have seen, spread out over 2 spotless floors. Besides the beatings that were routinely carried out in the prison block, medical experiments were also carried out. It was first set up as a museum in 1959 with items donated by former prisoners. It has since been remodelled and the upper floor now uses approximately 20 of the cells with different memorials.

Celebration on Wall Street upon the news of Germany's surrender in World War I, by W.L. Drummond, November 1918

Celebration on Wall Street upon the news of Germany's surrender in World War I, by W.L. Drummond, November 1918

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