I just absolutely love these photographs and I like it even more when there is a story behind them. If it doesn't take too much time for you guys I'd like some dumps with story.
I always liked this one. The priest didn't care who he was, only that the man asked for his last rites in his final moments.
I always saw it as a soldier running to the priest, overwhelmed by something. I say that because of his position, kneeling and clutching him, it almost looks like he's just having a breakdown. the priest, to me, just looks like he isn't sure what to do, like he's looking around for some other soldiers or something.
Taken from a Serbian propaganda music video. These men are soldiers making a merry tune to some pretty graphic imagery. They threaten Croatian fascists and Muslims alike, but it should be noted this isn't from an aggressive point of view--the brave Serbs are defending their homeland against the infidels that would see them perish.
Note the expression of the keyboard man on the right--totally blank, emotionless. His mind is clearly somewhere else at this moment, probably thinking about fighting the Croatians and Bosnians. Perhaps he suffers from PTSD and his thoughts wander to images of battle and bloodshed, but he doesn't look broken. He longs for it.
The man on the right, the blank, almost cartoon-like warrior, was later charged with war crimes for participating in a massacre of, assumably, croatians and/or Bosnians.
War is hell, but this man doesn't want to leave the furnace. No, he wants to venture deeper into it.
A young Hitler shaking president Hindenburg's hand.
Absolutely amazing display of ordnung. I don't think we'll ever see the likes of it again in our lifetime.
>tfw you'll never follow Captain Mark "Marky Mark" Wahlberg's harrowing descent into wartime atrocities against Vietnam fucking shits with the rest of your company
Whats the story on this again? I know its right after WW2, but wasnt the woman being harassed or something and sought refuge by crossing the border?
Soldiers of the German 6th Army marching to Stalingrad, and their deaths...
His name is Novoslav Djajic and yes, he was charged with war crimes but for providing material support, not for the actual killing.
This video is actually from before Yugoslavia broke up and was made to welcome the new president shortly before the whole thing cracked the fuck up.
Hindenburg considered Hitler to be literal trash. He even hated himself because his mother was of non-aristocratic background so you can only imagine how he felt about someone who was full plebeian like Hitler trying to take over a country.
yeah I think you're right, this seems to be the same event and those definitely look more like german uniforms rather than home guard ones.