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Can you say Ironic? A black policeman protects a KKK member, as protesters were closing in on them at a rally in Austin, Texas 1983.

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Can you say Ironic? A black policeman protects a KKK member, as protesters were closing in on them at a rally in Austin, Texas 1983.

ClassicPics ‏@History_Pics Vladimir Putin during his days in the KGB. Blonde hair, blue eyes. Disturbing how he resembles SS General Reinhard Heydrich of Nazi Germany. History repeats itself.

ClassicPics ‏@History_Pics Vladimir Putin during his days in the KGB. Blonde hair, blue eyes. Disturbing how he resembles SS General Reinhard Heydrich of Nazi Germany. History repeats itself.

Weird Soviet Civil Defense Graphics from the Cold War May Disturb You: A dosimeter DP-2 and DP-5V

Weird Soviet Civil Defense Graphics from the Cold War May Disturb You

Weird Soviet Civil Defense Graphics from the Cold War May Disturb You: A dosimeter DP-2 and DP-5V

Willie the Bull Terrier | The 26 Most Badass Animals From World War II

Willie the Bull Terrier

Willie the Bull Terrier | The 26 Most Badass Animals From World War II

Patton in LA.  Jun. 1945.

Patton in LA. Jun. 1945.

Nüremberg

Nüremberg

US general Douglas MacArthur (1880-1964) had figured prominently in WW2 as Supreme Commander, Southwest Pacific Area, in defending and later retaking the Philippines. MacArthur accepted the Japanese surrender and oversaw the occupation of Japan between 1945 and 1951.

US general Douglas MacArthur (1880-1964) had figured prominently in WW2 as Supreme Commander, Southwest Pacific Area, in defending and later retaking the Philippines. MacArthur accepted the Japanese surrender and oversaw the occupation of Japan between 1945 and 1951.

U.S. General George Patton (1885 - 1945).

U.S. General George Patton (1885 - 1945).

Tatsuo Osako, a naval officer from Chiba, Japan has been named "The Japanese Schindler" by many historians. He, along with several colleagues, were responsible for transporting thousands of Jewish citizens from German-occupied territories to safety. Although Japan had an alliance with the Nazis during the war, their government did not adhere to the racial policies being advocated by Hitler and his officials, and men like Osako were credited with having saved hundreds of people.

Tatsuo Osako, a naval officer from Chiba, Japan has been named "The Japanese Schindler" by many historians. He, along with several colleagues, were responsible for transporting thousands of Jewish citizens from German-occupied territories to safety. Although Japan had an alliance with the Nazis during the war, their government did not adhere to the racial policies being advocated by Hitler and his officials, and men like Osako were credited with having saved hundreds of people.

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