V2 made ready for launch near Wassenaar, The Netherlands (1944-1945).

made ready for launch near Wassenaar, The Netherlands Pin by Paolo Marzioli

✠ The Aggregat-4 rocket, the world's first long-range ballistic missile. It became infamous as the Vergeltungswaffe 2 (V-2), used as retaliation for the bombings of Germany's cities. During the closing of the war and afterwards the USSR and USA stole all available rocket plans, designs, equipment and, by threats of war-crime charges, even the surviving German scientists themselves.

An Aggregat-4, or Vergeltungswaffe-2 (V2), is prepped for launch in late 1945 at a Cuxhaven, UK testing ground. Notice the German POWs still wearing their uniforms [808 × 962]

An or is prepped for launch in late 1945 at a Cuxhaven, UK testing ground. Notice the German POWs still wearing their uniforms ×

Anne Frank met haar juf en twee klasgenootjes op de 6de Montessorischool in Amsterdam

Anne Frank with her teacher and two fellow pupils at the Montessori School in Amsterdam. The caption says: "From left to right: Martha v.d Berg, Miss Godron, Anne and Rela Salomon.

With almost no resources, the Dutch were forced to find their own fuel. In 1942, this family gathered wood in the wild reserve Wildrijk, near Sint Maartenszee.

Houtsprokkelen 1942

With almost no resources, the Dutch were forced to find their own fuel. In this family gathered wood in the wild reserve Wildrijk, near Sint Maartenszee.

1944 - 1945. Men with hand carts full of food on a country road near Amsterdam. During the Winter of 1944-1945 Dutch rail workers went on strike to stop the Germans, who then punished them by putting a hold on all maritime transport. This cut off all food and fuel delivery. More than 20,000 people lost their lives in Amsterdam and the western part of the Netherlands during the winter of 1944-1945. Photo Boris Kowadlo #amsterdam #wordwar2

1944 - 1945. Men with hand carts full of food on a country road near Amsterdam. During the Winter of 1944-1945 Dutch rail workers went on strike to stop the Germans, who then punished them by putting a hold on all maritime transport. This cut off all food and fuel delivery. More than 20,000 people lost their lives in Amsterdam and the western part of the Netherlands during the winter of 1944-1945. Photo Boris Kowadlo #amsterdam #wordwar2

Pandjeshuizen : Jongen beleent textiel bij loket van pandjeshuis. Nederland, Amsterdam, 1913.

Pandjeshuizen : Jongen beleent textiel bij loket van pandjeshuis. Nederland, Amsterdam, 1913.

De onderwater begraafplaats van vliegtuigen uit de tweede wereldoorlog

Underwater graveyard full of WWII planes is otherworldly - For 70 years, World War II planes have been resting in peace at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean.

Bevrijding 1945. Eindelijk weer voedsel op de bon!. Direct na de bevrijding -en ook reeds ervoor, door de food-droppings- worden er weer bonnen voor voedsel aangewezen. Een genot voor de winkelier dat hij weer een vetbon op zijn winkelruit kan aankondigen, maar nog groter genot voor de bevolking, dat zij weer vet kunnen kopen, Amsterdam, Nederland 1945.

May Citizens of Amsterdam in line in front of a grocery store. After the Hunger Winter food is available again for those with distribution coupons.

Oorlogs-schade Nijmegen. Verwoesting, gezien vanaf het einde van de Molenstraat naar de Markt. 8 augustus 1946.

Oorlogs-schade Nijmegen. Verwoesting, gezien vanaf het einde van de Molenstraat naar de Markt. 8 augustus 1946.

ze vertrokken naar de kampen

German Jews awaiting deportation by train to Riga. On December the first transport of Jews from the Prussian province of Westphalia was sent to Riga. Before their departure, the Jews were assembled in Bielefeld, Germany, December

1943. Jewish citizens on their way to an assembly point near the Muiderpoort station. #amsterdam #worldwar2

Jewish citizens are waiting at an assembly point in Amsterdam for deportation to transition camp Westerbork.

Bewoners zitten in de hongerwinter bij elkaar in een kamer zonder vensters, nadat deze gesloopt zijn om te dienen als brandhout, Amsterdam (1944-1945)

Residents sit in the hunger winter together in a room without windows, after they have been demolished to serve as firewood, Amsterdam

Het leeghalen van  huizen ,waar Joden hebben gewoond.

Furniture and household items from Jewish families in Amsterdam who had been rounded up and deported to transit camp Westerbork were removed from the homes by the firm of NSB-member Abraham Puls.

willen we meer of minder?

- The first raid in the Jewish quarter. Amsterdam Jews were herded on…

Replace­ments supplied by the SS from other concentration camps arrived on demand from [Arthur] Rudolph or Werner [sic] von Braun. Description from easylifehacks.blogspot.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Urânia - José Galisi Filho: Ad Astra et Ultra: Rocket Man Wernher von Braun

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