Agnieszka Mochnal

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Warsaw after the World War II. Polish capital in 1950s.

Władysław Sławny i jego świat w DSH - News O.

Pałac Kultury i Nauki - widok od ulicy Marchlewskiego (obecnie al. Jana Pawła II). Lata 1955-1956.   Źródło: album "Irena Jarosińska. Pismo obrazkowe. Picture writing"

Pałac Kultury i Nauki - widok od ulicy Marchlewskiego (obecnie al.

Przed Pałacem Saskim. 1937 r.

Przed Pałacem Saskim. 1937 r.

The corpse of a US soldier lays on Omaha Beach in Normandy. The D Day landings were one of the most decisive moments of World War II and marked the moment the Allied forces began to retake territory from the Nazis

Second day of Normandy invasion along hedgerows near Sainte-Mère-Eglise; dead German soldiers and their equipment fill a ditch while nearby a wounded American is being treated. June 7, 1944. Photographer: Bob Landry

Second day of Normandy invasion along hedgerows near Sainte-Mère-Eglise; dead German soldiers and their equipment fill a ditch while nearby a wounded American is being treated.

German officers stand nearby as Jews emerge from a bunker during the suppression of the Warsaw ghetto uprising

Stroop and his men standing nearby as Jews emerge from a bunker during the suppression of the Warsaw ghetto. Note the glee on the face of the officer with goggles around his neck.

This photo of a dead Russian girl was found in the wallet of a German soldier. Undated, undisclosed location.

A Soviet young girl lies dead in the middle of the road. The photograph was part of an album discovered in the satchel of a German soldier killed in action. There were no details about the photos other than they were taken on the Eastern Front.