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Scène de sabotage Seconde Guerre Mondiale.

JUN 5 1944 BBC ‘the dice are on the table’ Resistance member setting an explosive charge on a railway line.

A French woman accused of having consorted with the Germans is driven, with raised hands, to have her hair shorn. Her face carries the marks of her beating by the resistance. This was one of the less edifying aspects of the French fight against the Germans. August 1944.

Rennes, [Ille-et-Vilaine] France. Courtesy of National Archives and Records Administration, College Park.

A Russian soldier firing from a frozen bath tub in Stalingrad.

A Russian soldier firing from a frozen bath tube in Stalingrad.

Blessé de guerre. Ce soldat sur son lit d'hôpital a été gazé dans les tranchées. L'utilisation du gaz moutarde, l'une des nouvelles techniques de combat apparues pendant la Première Guerre mondiale, touchait les voies respiratoires, les yeux et les poumons, et pouvait provoquer des œdèmes et des cancers. ©  DR / Archives de Jacques Veylet

The soldier on his hospital bed was gassed in the trenches. The use of mustard gas, a new fighting techniques emerged during the First World War, reaching the respiratory tract, eyes and lungs, and can cause edema and cancer.

Des nazis déguisés en femmes se constituent prisonniers auprès de soldats soviétiques. Mai 1945. © RIA Novosti. Max Alpert

Le chemin vers la Grande Victoire: 1941

Des nazis déguisés en femmes se constituent prisonniers auprès de soldats soviétiques. Mai 1945. © RIA Novosti. Max Alpert

La Maison d'Anne Frank -  Prinsengracht 267 1016GV Amsterdam

Ann Frank Museum The Anne Frank House, a museum with a story The Anne Frank House is made up of the former business premises of Otto Frank, including the secret annexe, together with a new building?

Vera Obolensky was a member of the French resistance and a Russian princess by marriage. She was sentenced to death for her anti Nazi activities and beheaded in Berlin Plotzensee prison on 4 August 1944. In 1958, during an official ceremony in Rueil-la-Gadelière she was posthumously awarded the Cross of Knight of the Legion of Honor and the Croix de Guerre. She was married in 1937 to Prince Obolensky Nicolas Alexandrovich (1900-1979) .

Histoire : Vera Obolensky, résistante russe morte pour la France….

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