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Train Station Goodbye Don't know how many times my parents had to say good-bye like this during the war years.


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“Au Chien qui fume” by Frank Horvat, Paris, 1957

“Au Chien qui fume” by Frank Horvat, Paris, 1957

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Kissing on VJ Day

But it was also a war where images changed public opinion - images such as this by Nic Ut of nine-year-old Kim Phuc.

1972 World Press Photo of the Year Photographer: Nick Ut Phan Thi Kim Phuc (center) flees with other children after South Vietnamese planes mistakenly dropped napalm on South Vietnamese troops and civilians. Date: Country: Vietnam Place: Trang Bang

Black and white photo: man and child on bike with baguette

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1940 Clothing Styles For Man | Men's Fashions - 1940s - Clothing - Dating - Landscape Change Program

The Zoot Suit of the was a style worn primarily by Latin-Americans along with some African Americans as a sign of rebellion. The Zoot Suit riots occurred during the early when many of these minorities were attacked by U.

Happy Birthday Robert Doisneau  The centenary of French photographer Robert Doisneau, who was born April 14, 1912, is being celebrated with a Google Doodle.   Pictured is his most famous photograph, Le Baiser, which shows a young Parisian couple kissing, quite oblivious to their hectic surroundings.

Happy Birthday Robert Doisneau The centenary of... - artnet

Robert Doisneau: Le baiser de L’Hôtel de Ville, Paris (also known as “The Kiss”), 1950 “ There is scarcely a photograph of our times that has achieved the popularity of Robert Doisneau’s The Kiss in.

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This is one of the most famous photographs from the Second World War. Apparently the nurse slapped the soldier immediately after. The event was the celebration of the end of the war and it was taken in Times Square by Alfred Eisenstaedt. New York 1945