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May 17

(Source: khenti-renaissance)

themodernhistory:

Nazi Germany and Hitler’s underground lair | News | National Post

Collectors of German war memorabilia are not usually looking to glorify the Nazi’s war crimes, but indulging in a fascination for the Germans’ well-recognized military prowess.
“The German collectibles market is the biggest in the world. A lot of German designers were very artistic and their badges have a lot of effort put into them. The Iron Crosses were always made of silver and iron even during the last month of the war,” he says.
A document with a facsimile of Hitler signature is worth up to $300; Iron Crosses can go for $500.

themodernhistory:

Nazi Germany and Hitler’s underground lair | News | National Post

Collectors of German war memorabilia are not usually looking to glorify the Nazi’s war crimes, but indulging in a fascination for the Germans’ well-recognized military prowess.

“The German collectibles market is the biggest in the world. A lot of German designers were very artistic and their badges have a lot of effort put into them. The Iron Crosses were always made of silver and iron even during the last month of the war,” he says.

A document with a facsimile of Hitler signature is worth up to $300; Iron Crosses can go for $500.

robotcosmonaut:

Khe Sanh, South Vietnam - March 1968

robotcosmonaut:

Khe Sanh, South Vietnam - March 1968

1000scientists:

The Kennedys

1000scientists:

The Kennedys

cnhedeen:

Rooms to rent…
Fuji Neopan Acros 100

cnhedeen:

Rooms to rent…

Fuji Neopan Acros 100

joelzimmer:

Droplets

joelzimmer:

Droplets

silfarione:

Pasadena, California 1973 by Elliott Erwitt

silfarione:

Pasadena, California 1973 by Elliott Erwitt

arpeggia:

The Sound Of The Crowd
by Ian Brumpton

arpeggia:

The Sound Of The Crowd

by Ian Brumpton

exterra:

aerial view of midtown manhattan looking west from east river july 1944 (by eralsoto)

exterra:

aerial view of midtown manhattan looking west from east river july 1944 (by eralsoto)

(via exterra-deactivated20120518)

minusmanhattan:

Danish actress Mellica Mehraban by Laerke Posselt. 1st prize portrait singles winner in the 2012 World Press Photo Contest.

minusmanhattan:

Danish actress Mellica Mehraban by Laerke Posselt. 1st prize portrait singles winner in the 2012 World Press Photo Contest.