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The Owner


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auntada:

African American man standing near two white men in front of the Smithland Grocery Co. storefront, Smithland, Kentucky, October 1935
Ben Shahn, photographer
Farm Security Administration Collection, Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture

auntada:

African American man standing near two white men in front of the Smithland Grocery Co. storefront, Smithland, Kentucky, October 1935

Ben Shahn, photographer

Farm Security Administration Collection, Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture

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Female aircraft spotters on the roof of a Leningrad building, Russia, May 1942

Female aircraft spotters on the roof of a Leningrad building, Russia, May 1942

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London underground during the war, 1941.

London underground during the war, 1941.

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maudelynn:

Sailors, Soldiers and their Girls, Coney Island c.1942

maudelynn:

Sailors, Soldiers and their Girls, Coney Island c.1942

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engelo:

Ordinary people. The courage to say no. The photo was taken in Hamburg in 1936, during the celebrations for the launch of a ship. In the crowed, one person refuses to raise his arm to give the Nazi salute. The man was August Landmesser. He had already been in trouble with the authorities, having been sentenced to two years hard labour for marrying a Jewish woman.We know little else about August Landmesser, except that he had two children. By pure chance, one of his children recognized her father in this photo when it was published in a German newspaper in 1991. How proud she must have been in that moment.

engelo:

Ordinary people. The courage to say no. 

The photo was taken in Hamburg in 1936, during the celebrations for the launch of a ship. In the crowed, one person refuses to raise his arm to give the Nazi salute. The man was August Landmesser. He had already been in trouble with the authorities, having been sentenced to two years hard labour for marrying a Jewish woman.
We know little else about August Landmesser, except that he had two children. By pure chance, one of his children recognized her father in this photo when it was published in a German newspaper in 1991. How proud she must have been in that moment.

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nserhan:

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nserhan:

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