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Project Paperclip Team at Fort Bliss - Operación Paperclip - en el centro a la derecha, Von Braun ...

Project Paperclip Team at Fort Bliss - Operación Paperclip - en el centro a la derecha, Von Braun ...

In 1938, Austrian-born physicist Lise Meitner (1878-1968) fled Germany and eventually became a Swedish citizen. After World War II, Meitner received many awards, including being named "Woman of the Year" at the National Press Club in 1946. She was a Visiting Professor of Physics at Catholic University during Spring 1946. In a press release associated with her arrival, Dr. Meitner emphasized that her goal was "wholly educational": "I have no intention to suggest how atomic energy should be…

In 1938, Austrian-born physicist Lise Meitner (1878-1968) fled Germany and eventually became a Swedish citizen. After World War II, Meitner received many awards, including being named "Woman of the Year" at the National Press Club in 1946. She was a Visiting Professor of Physics at Catholic University during Spring 1946. In a press release associated with her arrival, Dr. Meitner emphasized that her goal was "wholly educational": "I have no intention to suggest how atomic energy should be…

An injured crewman being removed from his US 8th Air Force B-17 bomber. In "A Memory Between Us," Maj. Jack Novak is wounded by flak on his first mission from England.

An injured crewman being removed from his US 8th Air Force B-17 bomber. In "A Memory Between Us," Maj. Jack Novak is wounded by flak on his first mission from England.

WW2 ¥ (c.1941) A postman emptying the pillar box the morning after a heavy bombing raid in London.

WW2 ¥ (c.1941) A postman emptying the pillar box the morning after a heavy bombing raid in London.

April 29, 1945: Dachau liberated. On April 29, 1945, the U.S. Seventh Army’s 45th Infantry Division liberates Dachau, the first concentration camp established by Germany’s Nazi regime. A major Dachau subcamp was liberated the same day by the 42nd Rainbow Division.

April 29, 1945: Dachau liberated. On April 29, 1945, the U.S. Seventh Army’s 45th Infantry Division liberates Dachau, the first concentration camp established by Germany’s Nazi regime. A major Dachau subcamp was liberated the same day by the 42nd Rainbow Division.

English: Second World War. German soldiers preparing an observation balloon in a forest. Place unknown. 1939.

English: Second World War. German soldiers preparing an observation balloon in a forest. Place unknown. 1939.

D-Day barrage balloons, being installed by support troops...

D-Day barrage balloons, being installed by support troops...

Despite the bombing, business as usual........

Despite the bombing, business as usual........

Roza Shanina - Soviet sniper 1945 (last photograph)

Roza Shanina - Soviet sniper 1945 (last photograph)

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Hitler Youth

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