“Austro-Hungarian POWs in Russia, 1915.”
A Russian soldier lighting a cigarette during the First Chechen War.
A young American Marine during the early stages of the Vietnam War.
Da Nang, South Vietnam - August 3, 1965.
Marilyn Monroe entertaining servicemen in Korea as part of the USO during the Korean War.
The “Big Three”:
Winston Churchill, Franklin Roosevelt and Joseph Stalin at the Yalta Conference in February of 1945 to discuss how to deal with Europe Post-WWII.
During the conference a rather frail looking Roosevelt gave into many of Stalin’s demands given, leading to further conflicts in years to come during the Cold War.
Two months later FDR would pass away.
A Gadhafi loyalist being held captive by a rebel with an RPG to the back of his neck.
Tripoli, Libya - August 25, 2011
An Iraqi man in a US-run POW camp trying to comfort his son the best he can, less than two weeks after the Invasion of Iraq.
Najaf, Iraq - March 31, 2003
Hand colored picture of a Japanese man along with various Samurai armor and weaponry.
A 12 year old child soldier who fought along with ARVN (South Vietnamese) forces during the Vietnam War.
The mushroom cloud from “Ivy Mike”, the first successful test of a hydrogen bomb.
The bomb’s nuclear weapon yield was 10,400 kiltons.
In comparison, the nuclear bomb dropped over Hiroshima had a yield of only 15 kt.
Enewetak Atoll - November 1, 1952
Brutal Simplicity Theme