"Other countries claim historic inventions. Hah! We invented history"
The history and topography of the United States of North America : brought down from the earliest period ... /
[The wrecked framework of the Museum of Science and Industry in Hiroshima-shi, Japan, as it appeared shortly after the dropping of the first atomic bomb]
Hiroshima - a huge junk pile A two-foot layer of twisted tin and rubble marks what once was Japan's most industrialized city - Hiroshima. For block after block all that remains standing ...
Hiroshima - two years after Two years ago, on August 6, 1945, the first atomic bomb used in warfare was dropped on Hiroshima. The city is being rebuilt slowly - approximately fifty ...
[Woman standing next to graffiti on wall, Spain]
[Men on rooftop with bullhorns]
[Painting of Popeye on the wall, Barcelona]
[View of Oviedo, Asturias, Spain]
[Man and woman building a plane in a factory, Spain]
[Two men working at an airplane factory, Spain]
Four A-bombed bottles from Hiroshima
French missionaries and a former comrade--victim of the "Boxers" (from photograph taken after rescue), Shanghai, China
The Civil War in America--Naval engagement in Hampton Roads: the Confederate iron-plated steamer Merrimac (or Virginia) running into the Federal sloop Cumberland
Tells story of Hiroshima Hirokuni Dazai, bandage around his head, leader of Hiroshima local police, tells story of what happened here through Jap interpreter (standing). Other man in photo is Jap car ...
Walk through ruin Two Japanese civilians walk through cleared path in Hiroshima bounded on both sides by mass of rubble that resulted from blast of the atom bomb /
[A Spanish Civil War unit named after Ernst Thaelmann, a German Communist. It was composed of anti-Nazi Germans and fought for the Republic of Spain against Franco.]
[The exodus from Spain into France of the defeated Loyalists at the end of the Civil War]
[Officer giving a speech at the farewell ceremony for the International Brigades, Les Masies, Spain, October 25, 1938]