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Armin Wegner (1884-1976),  WWI german medic who photographed and documented the Armenian Genocide by the Turks 1914-1916, Later was persecuted by the Nazis in WWII for his condemnation of anti-semitism

Armin Wegner - WWI german medic who photographed and documented the Armenian Genocide by the Turks (radical Islamists) Later was persecuted by the Nazis in WWII for his condemnation of anti-semitism, and was declared a Righteous Person in Israel.

Arthur Rhys Davids, Royal Flying Corps, World War I

Arthur Percival Foley Rhys-Davids was a British fighter pilot in He trained during summer 1916 and joined 56 Squadron of the Royal Flying Corps.

GI and his dog, WW2 or Korea.

Private Francis M. Hall and Doberman, March 1945 Private Francis M. Hall with his Doberman Pincher on Iwo Jima, March

The heads of executed Armenians..Morbid but shows how the Turks treated them. I dare anyone to tell me that the Genocide didn't happen.

"Eight Armenian Professors Massacred by the Turks" The Genocide of 1 to million Armenians by the Ottomans in present day Turkey.

" Gli uomini passano, le idee restano. Restano le loro tensioni morali e continueranno a camminare sulle gambe di altri uomini. " - Giovanni Falcone

" Gli uomini passano, le idee restano. Restano le loro tensioni morali e continueranno a camminare sulle gambe di altri uomini. " - Giovanni Falcone

Grandma’s Tattoos unveils the story of the Armenian women driven out of Ottoman Turkey during the First World War-Armenian Genocide

Wilhelm Hosenfeld was a German Army officer who helped Polish Jews escape the death camps... incl the famous pianist depicted in the movie "The Pianist" with Adrian Brody.  He was later captured by the Russians and died in captivity several yrs after the war.

Wilhelm Hosenfeld May 1895 – 13 August was a German Army officer who rose to the rank of Hauptmann by the end of the war. He helped to hide or rescue several Poles, including Jews, in Nazi-occupied Poland. He died in Soviet captivity.

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