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A German civilian looks at a large poster portrait of Stalin on the Unter-den-Linden in Berlin, 3 June 1945 beginning of the Cold War

Town streets during the famine

-Passers-by no longer pay attention to the corpses of starved peasants on a street in Kharkiv, self induced FAMINE starving an estimated 6 million people to death making some Canabals.

A German woman commits suicide during the Battle of Berlin. With the continuation of the war, the imminent defeat of Germany, and fear of Red Army reprisals, suicide rates in Germany skyrocketed to an astronomical scale towards the end of the war. Berlin. April 1945.

This German woman committed suicide possibly out of fear of the advancing Soviets, Berlin 1945

Margaret Bourke-White.  (Ruins of) Hohenzollern Bridge, Cologne 1945   At the end of WW II.

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Ruins of Hohenzollern Bridge, Cologne, 1945 at the end of WW II // Margaret Bourke-White

Sudeten German civilians lined up and shot dead by Czech partisans after German forces in Czechoslovakia surrendered, June 1945.  After shooting them Czech partisans ran a truck over their dead bodie

Sudeten German civilians lined up and shot dead by Czech partisans after German forces in Czechoslovakia surrendered, June After shooting them Czech partisans ran a truck over their dead bodie

The Bouvier Sisters at Bobby's Funeral

Jackie Kennedy and sister Princess Lee Radziwill keeping vigil, by Robert Lebeck. The gripping photograph was made at Sen. Robert Kennedy’s funeral as the coffin was carried from the ceremony into the night.

A high wall of concrete blocks, topped with barbed wire, divides Sebastian Strasse in the Kreuzberg district of Berlin, Germany, on February 15, 1962. To the left is the American sector and beyond the wall to the right is the Russian sector.

A high wall of concrete blocks, topped with barbed wire, divides Sebastian Strasse in the Kreuzberg district of Berlin, Germany, on February To the left is the American sector and beyond the wall to the right is the Russian sector.

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