Thought for the day

"If justice requires the consent of the governed, then our [U.S.] whole past record of expansion is a crime." -- Henry Cabot Lodge,1850-1924, US senator

Joseph Merrick was born on August 5, 1862, in Leicester, England, to two working-class parents. He was probably a healthy child, a relief to his mother, who lost two of her four children to disease in infancy. However, things changed when Merrick approached the age of five, when his lips began to swell and he developed large bumps on his forehead that were hard, often said to look like elephant skin. Over time, his right hand also began to grow larger and bumpier, with similarly rough and thick skin.

The Messerschmitt KR200 microcar was, and remains, the most inspiring example of the bubble car genre; A small, instantly recognizable, three-wheeled tandem-two-seater, bearing aviation's most powerful brand names.

Targeting solid German citizens too wealthy for a scooter, but not wealthy enough for a car, the Messerschmitt Bubble Car eventually achieved coveted status.

At the end of World War II, survivors of ruined Germany were picking around the rubble. Among the human casualties were significant numbers of disabled soldiers.

Under British military escort, two German Luftwaffe crewmen, an Unteroffijer (subordinate officer, or corporal) and an Oberleutnant (highest-ranking lieutenant officer) who were on bail in the English countryside and served as prisoners of war during a bombing raid from London. was taken in. Londoners are surprised to find themselves underground on the streets of the city.

At night, the sky lit up with the glow of bombs, and during the day mushroom clouds could be seen rising over the horizon.

In classical American fashion, fear was not the only response. Vegas started out to be a destination for a certain type of people – the nuclear tourist.

Let's understand why Nevada was chosen for nuclear testing. Nevada's Yucca Flat was located at the heart of the American wasteland, making it an ideal location for nuclear testing. Firstly, being located in the middle of the desert, it posed little danger to the surrounding homes.

The system had this system in-set - with. The doctor's mantra reads: "(Left) Scientist singing cobv divine He was on the right in 1941. It's Humans after Chase's blows. Free fashion, healthy.

 

In 1941 the war strengthened itself and entered the army. Tanger tight a ray auraura, gah rurthirama, a rurthas gaze, this man man man man man man man's man's man's,

 

Evgeny knthama Kobatev kana Jan e Jan 2 Dec 25 20 After graduating from school, he found a job as a teacher in the rural of Krasnoyarsk.

 

 

In these poignant photographs, FSA photographers Dorothea Lang, Ben Shahan, and Russell Lee capture the intense anxiety and stagnation of poor farm laborers as they wait in line for emergency aids that will feed their families for days.

 

The Farm Security Administration (FSA), created in 1937 under the Department of Agriculture, helped with rural resettlement, agricultural credit, and subsistence homestead programs.

 

 

In the hardships caused by the Great Depression, the US government created the Agricultural Security Administration to help poor farmers get back on their feet. One of the FSA's most notable efforts was its small team of documentary photographers, who traveled the country recording the living conditions of Americans.

 

John Vachon's first job in the Farm Security Administration held the title "assistant messenger." He was twenty-one years old, and had come to Washington from his native Minnesota to attend the Catholic University of America.

 

When World War II broke out, most Americans saw propaganda as a tool of totalitarian dictatorship. In addition, many remembered with hostility the propaganda efforts of World War I, which were later perceived as infringing on basic rights as well as providing misinformation.

 

At first, the government was reluctant to engage in publicity campaigns, but pressure from the media, business sector and advertisers who wanted the direction persuaded the government to take an active role.

 

 

Chased by youth armed with clubs, the woman is on the run from a "death dealer", whose left foot can be seen on the left hand edge of the photo.

The LVIV pogroms were the frequent massacres of Jews living in the city of LWów (now LVIV, UKRAINE) by Ukrainian nationalists from 30 June to 2 July 1941, and from 25 to 29 July 1941, during the Soviet-cemetery offensive during the Soviet-cemetery attack. was during Eastern Poland in World War II.

For over a century, the Jewish World Almanac has been widely regarded as the most authentic source for the world’s Jewish population numbers. Academics all over the world, including the editors of the Encyclopedia Britannica, used to rely on the accuracy of those numbers. Here is what the World Alamanacs of 1933 and 1948 had to say about the world population of Jews.