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Uniéndose al partido nazi puramente con la esperanza de encontrar un trabajo, alemán August Landmesser fue finalmente condenado a dos años en un campo de trabajo por enamorarse de una mujer judía a quien trató de casarse. Pero antes de llegar a la cárcel, esta famosa fotografía capturada Landmesser protesta muy pública contra el régimen nazi cuando no saludan a Hitler Read more at http://all-that-is-interesting.com/august-landmesser-no-salute-hitler#JcZDf6X17zB3c43d.99

The Man Who Didn’t Salute Hitler

Uniéndose al partido nazi puramente con la esperanza de encontrar un trabajo, alemán August Landmesser fue finalmente condenado a dos años en un campo de trabajo por enamorarse de una mujer judía a quien trató de casarse. Pero antes de llegar a la cárcel, esta famosa fotografía capturada Landmesser protesta muy pública contra el régimen nazi cuando no saludan a Hitler Read more at http://all-that-is-interesting.com/august-landmesser-no-salute-hitler#JcZDf6X17zB3c43d.99

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 crowd, 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 labor for marrying a Jewish woman. We know little else about August Landmesser, except that he had two children.

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 crowd, 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 labor for marrying a Jewish woman. We know little else about August Landmesser, except that he had two children.

Civil disobedience. Workers at a shipyard celebrate the christening of a new ship for the navy in 1936. One man refuses to give the Hitler salute.

The German Guy Who Refused To Give A Nazi Salute Was A Badass

Civil disobedience. Workers at a shipyard celebrate the christening of a new ship for the navy in 1936. One man refuses to give the Hitler salute.

August Landmesser con su familia. Es famoso por la fotografía en la que aparece en medio de sus compañeros de trabajo portuario en la que todos hacen el saludo nazi menos él. Su esposa era judía y ambos murieron en un Campo de Concentración, sólo los niños sobrevivieron. También se dice que fue enviado al frente y desapareció, dándole por muerto oficialmente en 1949.

August Landmesser, The Man Behind The Crossed Arms

August Landmesser con su familia. Es famoso por la fotografía en la que aparece en medio de sus compañeros de trabajo portuario en la que todos hacen el saludo nazi menos él. Su esposa era judía y ambos murieron en un Campo de Concentración, sólo los niños sobrevivieron. También se dice que fue enviado al frente y desapareció, dándole por muerto oficialmente en 1949.

Gente Ordinaria. El coraje de decir "No". Foto tomada en Hamburgo en 1936, durante el flote de un nuevo barco. En la multitud, alguien evita hacer el saludo nazi: August Landmesser, un hombre sentenciado a 2 años de trabajos forzados por casarse con una judía.

Gente Ordinaria. El coraje de decir "No". Foto tomada en Hamburgo en 1936, durante el flote de un nuevo barco. En la multitud, alguien evita hacer el saludo nazi: August Landmesser, un hombre sentenciado a 2 años de trabajos forzados por casarse con una judía.

25. August Landmesser el único que rechazó el típico saludo a Hitler.

25. August Landmesser el único que rechazó el típico saludo a Hitler.

Ampliación de la famosa fotografía en la que se ve a un trabajador portuario solitario se niega a levantar la mano en el saludo nazi en 1936. August Landmesser era un trabajador en el astillero Blohm + Voss en Hamburgo, Alemania, y es conocido por su aparición en una fotografía en la que se niega a realizar el saludo nazi en la botadura del buque Horst Wessel el 13 de junio 1936.

A Picture Of Defiance Resurfaces: Shipyard Worker Who Refused To Give Nazi Salute

Ampliación de la famosa fotografía en la que se ve a un trabajador portuario solitario se niega a levantar la mano en el saludo nazi en 1936. August Landmesser era un trabajador en el astillero Blohm + Voss en Hamburgo, Alemania, y es conocido por su aparición en una fotografía en la que se niega a realizar el saludo nazi en la botadura del buque Horst Wessel el 13 de junio 1936.

August Landmesser, the man who refused to raise his hand to Hilter.

August Landmesser, The Man Behind The Crossed Arms

August Landmesser, the man who refused to raise his hand to Hilter.

August Landmesser, shipyard worker in Hamburg, refused to perform Nazi salute, 1936

August Landmesser, shipyard worker in Hamburg, refused to perform Nazi salute (photo)

August Landmesser, shipyard worker in Hamburg, refused to perform Nazi salute, 1936

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.

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.

servile-masses-arise:  demons:   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 crowd, 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 labor for marrying a Jewish woman. We know little else about August Landmesser, except that he had two children. By pure chance, one…

servile-masses-arise: demons: 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 crowd, 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 labor for marrying a Jewish woman. We know little else about August Landmesser, except that he had two children. By pure chance, one…

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August Landmesser was 26 years old and engaged to a Jewish woman when he defied…

The lone German worker who refused to salute Hitler

August Landmesser was 26 years old and engaged to a Jewish woman when he defied…

August Landmesser was a worker at the Blohm + Voss shipyard in Hamburg, Germany. In 1936 he refused to perform the Nazi salute at the launch of a naval training vessel. He was imprisoned and eventually drafted into penal military service.

August Landmesser was a worker at the Blohm + Voss shipyard in Hamburg, Germany. In 1936 he refused to perform the Nazi salute at the launch of a naval training vessel. He was imprisoned and eventually drafted into penal military service.

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 ...

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 ...

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