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Mackie Messer

Mackie Messer

Hitler's personal photographer captured for history this natural beauty. "She could pass for a movie star. She smiles, her demeanour relaxed. In normal times, this young woman would surely have enjoyed a bright and happy future, perhaps with a  husband, children, grandchildren. But soon after this photograph was taken, she would face almost certain death. The haunting image is one of a series depicting Jews in Nazi-occupied Poland before they were rounded up to be sent to the gas chambers."

Haunting smile of girl facing the Holocaust: How Hitler's PERSONAL photographer captured for history the plight of the Jews in Nazi-occupied Poland

Hitler's personal photographer captured for history this natural beauty. "She could pass for a movie star. She smiles, her demeanour relaxed. In normal times, this young woman would surely have enjoyed a bright and happy future, perhaps with a husband, children, grandchildren. But soon after this photograph was taken, she would face almost certain death. The haunting image is one of a series depicting Jews in Nazi-occupied Poland before they were rounded up to be sent to the gas chambers."

Bodies that were piled, after they were murdered in Dachau. How can people see these photos and deny the holocaust happened? Smh

Bodies that were piled, after they were murdered in Dachau. How can people see these photos and deny the holocaust happened? Smh

Lili Marlene by Marlene Dietrich. A favorite wartime song in Germany, & in the Wehrmacht in N. Africa, in the Western & in the Eastern fronts. After the Eastern front collapsed, Radio Belgrade suspended play of it. Allied radio broadcasted a propagandized reworking of the lyrics meant to demoralize the German soldier. The original German of the song, however, popular to the British 8th Army, was translated into English & French for entertaining Allied soldiers with Allied radio broadcasts of…

Lili Marlene by Marlene Dietrich. A favorite wartime song in Germany, & in the Wehrmacht in N. Africa, in the Western & in the Eastern fronts. After the Eastern front collapsed, Radio Belgrade suspended play of it. Allied radio broadcasted a propagandized reworking of the lyrics meant to demoralize the German soldier. The original German of the song, however, popular to the British 8th Army, was translated into English & French for entertaining Allied soldiers with Allied radio broadcasts of…

Madam Marie Curie

Madam Marie Curie

"Burking." The process of killing poor people and selling their bodies for medical study in 19th century London. (The body is in the basket on the man's shoulder). Occasionally the medical men they delivered too would perceive the body as being too fresh (never buried...grave robbing was one thing, murder another) and alert authorities.

"Burking." The process of killing poor people and selling their bodies for medical study in 19th century London. (The body is in the basket on the man's shoulder). Occasionally the medical men they delivered too would perceive the body as being too fresh (never buried...grave robbing was one thing, murder another) and alert authorities.

Petr Kolar - Vyznani - YouTube

Petr Kolar - Vyznani - YouTube

Nazi occupiers established Warsaws ghetto in October 1940 to put Jewish occupants into a controlled zone away from the general population. Children in the Ghetto.

Shocking survey reveals one in four Polish high school pupils are anti-Semitic

Nazi occupiers established Warsaws ghetto in October 1940 to put Jewish occupants into a controlled zone away from the general population. Children in the Ghetto.

Dítě štěstěny

Dítě štěstěny

"A growing number of chemicals is linked with brain disorders in millions of children, including autism, attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, dyslexia, and other cognitive impairments. In 2006, we . . .  identified five industrial chemicals as developmental neurotoxicants: lead, methylmercury, PCBs, arsenic, toluene, and six additional neurotoxicants — manganese, fluoride, chlorpyrifos, dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane, tetrachloroethylene, and the polybrominated diphenyl ethers."

"A growing number of chemicals is linked with brain disorders in millions of children, including autism, attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, dyslexia, and other cognitive impairments. In 2006, we . . . identified five industrial chemicals as developmental neurotoxicants: lead, methylmercury, PCBs, arsenic, toluene, and six additional neurotoxicants — manganese, fluoride, chlorpyrifos, dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane, tetrachloroethylene, and the polybrominated diphenyl ethers."

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