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Here is the camouflage pattern skyblue camo We have a lot of stuff for Reenactment or other Outdoor activities (trousers, backpacks, boots, jackets, knives, helmets...) for more infos visit us: www.Guntia-Militaria.de

Here is the camouflage pattern skyblue camo We have a lot of stuff for Reenactment or other Outdoor activities (trousers, backpacks, boots, jackets, knives, helmets...) for more infos visit us: www.Guntia-Militaria.de

Damn, I want to move to Iceland!

For being such a rich world power our numbers kind of suck. That is what happens when all the focus of a nation becomes war and hate mongering, rather than growth and progress. Btw I want to move to Iceland

A lone dockworker refuses to raise his hand in the Nazi salute, 1936 August Landmesser was a worker at the Blohm + Voss shipyard in Hamburg,Germany, and is best known for his appearance in a photograph refusing to perform the Nazi salute at the launch of the naval training vessel HorstWessel on 13 June, 1936. He had been a Nazi Party member from 1931 to 1935, but after fathering children with a Jewish woman, he had been found guilty of“dishonoring the race”

August Landmesser was a worker at the Blohm + Voss shipyard in Hamburg, Germany, best known for his appearance in a photograph refusing to perform the Nazi salute at the launch of the naval training vessel Horst Wessel on 13 June 1936

August Landmesser, the man who didn't salute Hitler (1936)

August Landmesser – presumably killed February Landmasser was a worker at the Blohm + Voss shipyard in Hamburg, Germany. He appeared in a photograph refusing to perform the Nazi salute at the launch of the naval training vessel Horst Wessel on 13 June

The Most Powerful Images Of World War I

The Most Powerful Images Of World War I - Brigadier-General J. Campbell (on bridge) congratulates soldiers of the (North Midland) Division at Riqueval after their successful crossing of the St Quentin Canal

NASA before Powerpoint. Photo by JR Eyerman. 1960s.

NASA before Powerpoint, Before the days of Power Point and Prezi, employees at NASA would have to go about conveying their knowledge in a much more laborious way: chalk, board, and likely tears.