Y'all got some of that history?
I'll dump what I've got.
Is there any way I can dump these unattended? So long.
these are the cages of Munster in which the bodies of leaders of the Anabaptist takeover in the 1530's were displayed after they were all tied back to back and tortured for an hour each so the others could see, feel, hear, smell, and see what was coming to them.
The rest of my stuff is WWII
Not exactly what you were after but I'm after the same myself.
Does that look like a tank picture to anyone?
poor guy, he was the only victim to go out with racoon eyes, I bet he refused to read their propaganda script and got his ass kicked for it... I guess he just wanted it to end as painlessly and quick as possible, and they fucking burnt him. Poor guy.
12 hours later Jordan responds how Japan, the UK, and America should have. By shitting on Mosul and killing 55 of those islamic fuckers.
I hope that 55 is their daily quota, and Jordan becomes the hero of the middle east for ending those monsters.
I'm the drunk guy, just did some googling and found my favourite photo, the tied rope of King Tut's burial chamber. I don't know what it is, but something about it gives me the chills in a mysterious way.
Mecca around 1910.
Nice, I seen that not long ago. Amazing stuff.
I need to bug out of this thread like a scummy OP. If you guys know of an image dumper or can keep the thread up for 30 I'll be back.
Viktor Bulla's Pioneers In Defense Drill, Leningrad (1937)
Checking out 4chan X now.
Nuclear explosion photographed less than one millisecond after detonation. From the Tumbler-Snapper test series in Nevada, 1952, showing fireball and "rope trick" effects. The fireball is about 20 meters in diameter in this shot.
The spikes are the evaporating steel wires, holding the tower on wich the nuclear device was placed.
4chan X is broken, doesn't give me a captcha to solve or anything.
Sorry guys, I'll be back when I can.
Belfast, Northern Ireland. During 'The Troubles' conflict.
Nevermind think it's working now. Commencing dump.
thats why its called bait my son...how does it taste?
...you stupid shit fuck
Problem is, that is not an authentic photograph.
this is a picture from "Come and See" (Russian: Иди и смотри, Idi i smotr) a 1985 Soviet war drama-psychological thriller film directed by Elem Klimov about and occurring during the Nazi German occupation of the Byelorussian SSR.
Used that in my art piece for school. I had fun with that piece, sad shit to read but it essentially beat whatever anyone in my class came up with.
What? Ive seen this guy on Star Trek
i sort of retract my statement about the uk/us/japan, the aggravation of another Muslim country is exactly what the west needed, we need a Muslim civil war that ends in a realization that a literal interpretation of their book being the law of a state's theocracy will never work. If America shit's on ISIS, it will be like mowing the lawn, If Jordan or similar defeats them, it will be like removing the soil.
Reminder that Bindi Irwin has massive fucking tits
Downfall (2004) is pretty good but it's german subtitled and only accounts for the last days of Hitler's campaign. Compelling none-the-least.
Coming to the ends of my dump, hope you all enjoyed.
Well played man, well played.
The Human Universe - Brian Cox interviews the man who left this picture on the moon.
Probably the best series of Documentaries he's made, he's getting good; Attenborough good.
Did you see the news last week? The Eqyptian museum that holds King Tut's sarcophagus, well, they were cleaning it and oops! They broke the beard off.
So, without telling anyone, they stuck it back with the nearest glue, which wasn't a suitable glue at all, and now the break and the glue are highly visible.
I know somebody who was a manager at a construction job in Egypt, and he is quite happy to tell you the entire Egyptian race are useless idiots.
I'm a fan of him but i haven't seen the movie yet.
He was executed by the state in the most horrific way.
I feel for him a lot, especially since he's one of the reasons I'm typing right now, and not scribbling.