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Robert Johnson poses with fellow blues musician Johnny Shines in the newly released photograph.

Robert Johnson: rare new photograph of delta blues king authenticated after eight years

Robert Johnson poses with fellow blues musician Johnny Shines in the newly released photograph. picture ever found of Johnson.

A woman collaborator and her baby, whose father is German, returns to her home after having her head shaven following the capture of Chartres by the Allies.

Such retaliation only perpetuates evil. Robert Capa - Chartres, France, August Just after the liberation of the town, this French woman who had had a baby with a German soldier has her head shaved as punishment.

Nazi photographer Hugo Jaeger took a portfolio of pictures in the Warsaw and Kutno ghettos. We cannot be sure whether his motive was callousness, compassion, or mere curiosity. In a vivid and sad image, this beautiful young woman was caught in a moment of time amidst the horror. Her name and fate are unknown.

Images from Nazi Controlled Poland in 1940 by Hitler's personal photographer Hugo Jaeger—Time & Life Pictures/Getty ImagesUnidentified woman, Kutno, Nazi-occupied Poland, 1939

Emperor Gojong, left, and Crown Prince Sunjong of the Korean Empire, pose together in this photo taken circa 1905. / Courtesy of Cornell University Library

Emperor Gojong, left, and Crown Prince Sunjong of the Korean Empire, pose together in this photo taken circa / Courtesy of Cornell University Library

Joseon (Korean) Princess Deokhye wearing Japanese Hakama

Late Joseon Princess Deokhye’s life revealed-프린트화면

A man injured by a land mine in Cambodia, who now helps to care for children, thanks to UN aid.  (United Nations Development Programme, flickr)

A man injured by a land mine in Cambodia, who now helps to care for children, thanks to UN aid. (United Nations Development Programme, flickr)

The siege of Leningrad  started on 8 September 1941, when the last land connection to the city was severed, and lasted until 27 January 1944 -- 872 days after it began. It was one of the longest and most destructive sieges in history and overwhelmingly the most costly in terms of casualties. By the end of the siege, some 632,000 people are thought to have died with nearly 4,000 people from Leningrad starving to death on Christmas Day, 1941.

The city of LENINGRAD BLOCKADE.During the blockade on Leningrad fell 150 thousand shells and 15 thousand bombs

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