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Che Gevara

Posted on October 21 2013 by MB in unclassifiable

Che Gevara

This photograph was taken at the funeral of the victims of the explosion coubre, March 5, 1960. He was then 31 years old but already represented the hope of many people and a symbol of rebellion. This photograph, taken by Alterto Korda, is one of the...

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Omayra Sánchez, the little columbian

Posted on October 21 2013 by MB in unclassifiable

Omayra Sánchez, the little columbian

During the eruption of Colombia's Nevado del Ruiz in 1985, the town of Armero was completely destroyed. Omayra Sánchez was stuck for three days in the rubble of his own house, in the mud and dirty water. Rescuers were unable to save because the operation...

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Tourists looking at the corpse of an immigrant

Posted on October 21 2013 by MB in unclassifiable

Tourists looking at the corpse of an immigrant

No comment. Tourists

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Kim, the Vietnamese girl fleeing the napalm

Posted on October 21 2013 by MB in unclassifiable

Kim, the Vietnamese girl fleeing the napalm

One of the most famous war photographs in the world. Kim Phuc, a Vietnamese girl fleeing the scene of a napalm bombing by the U.S. military during the Vietnam War. This photograph was taken by Nick Ut 8 June 1972 and shows all the pain and distress of...

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The execution of a rebel Vietcong in Saigon

Posted on October 21 2013 by MB in unclassifiable

The execution of a rebel Vietcong in Saigon

This photograph was taken by Eddie Adams on February 1, 1968. It shows the killing of a rebel Vietcong by the chief of the police. The prisoner's hands are tied as "Colonel" is about to pull the trigger. Eddy Adams then said: "The colonel killed the prisoner,...

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Sharbat Gula, the Afghan girl with green eyes

Posted on October 21 2013 by MB in unclassifiable

Sharbat Gula, the Afghan girl with green eyes

Steve McCurry took this photograph in June 1984. Sharbat Gula was then 12 years old and stationed in a camp for Afghan refugees in Pakistan, during the invasion of the Soviet Union. The photograph was used as cover of National Geographic magazine and...

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The Kiss in Times Square

Posted on October 21 2013 by MB in unclassifiable

The Kiss in Times Square

The Kiss in Times Square, a photo taken by Victor Jorgensen at the end of World War II on August 14, 1945. The Kiss in Times Square

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The "Unknown Rebel"

Posted on October 21 2013 by MB in unclassifiable

The "Unknown Rebel"

The "Unknown Rebel" who stands against a line of Chinese tanks during the Tiananmen Square uprising in 1989. Photo taken by Jeff Widener. The "Unknown Rebel"

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The man of falls

Posted on October 21 2013 by MB in unclassifiable

The man of falls

« the man who falls » is a photograph taken during the attacks of 11 September 2001, signed by Richard Drew. the man who falls

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A priest helping a soldier in Venezuela

Posted on October 21 2013 by MB in unclassifiable

A priest helping a soldier in Venezuela

Photograph of the priest Luis Maria Padilla helping injured soldier in Venezuela, where the government violently suppressed the rebellion. a priest helping a soldier in venezuela

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