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Meiji-Kaiser in traditionellem Habitus




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Der Fernschreiber der Hotline zwischen dem Weissen Haus und dem Kreml




Established 50 years ago on June 20, 1963 and announced on August 30, 1963 by the Kennedy White House, the Kremlin-White House teletype “Hotline” was established in the aftermath to the Cuban Missile Crisis - to be used only in an emergency to ensure clear communication between the President and the Soviet Premier.

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August 1940: Old house in Upper Mauch Chunk, Pennsylvania




Foto: Jack Delano

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View Master




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VEB Robur-Werke Zittau





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Familie Atkins beim Frühstück




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Wie einfach muß eine Textverarbeitung noch werden…? (1988)




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Ein weniger bekanntes Foto vom Besuch Fidel Castros in Moskau im Mai 1963




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1943: Mrs. Information




January 1943. Chicago, Illinois. “Mrs. Marie Griffith, manager of the information room, at one of the boards listing rates to points all over the country at the Union Station.”


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Rohrpost: Chicago, Central-Railroad-Büro




November 1942. “Chicago, Illinois. These pneumatic tubes in the Illinois Central Railroad yardmaster’s office connect him with the general office.”


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Früchte des Zorns




Joad Family Album, 1938 (Horace Bristol)


In the winter of 1937-38, photographer Horace Bristol and writer John Steinbeck teamed up for a Life magazine assignment and for nearly two months traveled California interviewing migrant workers of the Great Central Valley. Before finishing the project, however, Steinbeck withdrew—deciding to utilize the research for his novel The Grapes of Wrath instead of an article for Life.  When Steinbeck’s book was published in 1939, Life ran an article featuring the photographs taken by Bristol. Rather than using the real names of those photographed, Life used the fictional names of Steinbeck’s characters with captions featuring excerpts from The Grapes of Wrath—thus creating a photo album for the fictional Joad family that has since been mistaken for reality…


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“Kauft keine Negermusik”





zuky schreibt:

Jazz in the 1930s.

Rock ‘n’ roll in the 1950s.

Disco in the 1970s.

Hip hop today.

And what’s interesting is

They co-opted all of those things and are clawing at hip-Hop

Trying to make it their own

Don’t forget Blues, R&B, Soul, etc.

And what I think is funny is American popular music

BEGAN with minstrel songs… where Whites used to where Blackface

and pretend to be Black.

So literally, American music at its birth was Whites poorly imitating Black people.

& then people wanna be like

“BUT HIP HOP AINT JUST ABOUT BLAAACK PEOPLE, ITS FOR EVERYONE!! HAHAHA”

Not so gentle reminder that without Black folks

the US would have no musical legacy to speak of.


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Ein kranker Zeitungsjunge




June 1910. Philadelphia, Pa. “Michael McNelis, 8 years old, a newsboy. This boy has just recovered from his second attack of pneumonia. Was found selling papers in a big rainstorm today.” Photo by Lewis Wickes Hine.


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Elvis im Kabinenroller




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Russischer Abakus-Straßenverkäufer, um 1860




This image was made by William Carrick (1827-1878, born in Scotland but who spent his life chiefly in Russia) in the 1860’s, and is found at the National Gallery of Scotland, here.

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Kalifornien, 1969




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Pitralon





Pitralon-Anzeige, VEB Elbe-Chemie Dresden (1959)

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Werde Urangräber!





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Fluglotsen in Kloten/Zürich, 1951




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A 1909 Edison film of Mark Twain




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17. April 1943: Der Kutter “Spencer” der US-Küstenwache zerstört ein deutsches U-Boot.





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OP im Mangrovensumpf




Vo Anh Khanh: A Cambodian guerrilla is carried to an improvised operating room in a mangrove swamp in this Viet Cong haven on the Ca Mau Peninsula (1970).


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Berliner, Juli 1945 (ungeschnittenes Farbfilmmaterial)




Musician, writer, historian, researcher, Italian pioneer of the digitalization of historical multimedial material, Vincent “Enzo” Romano assembles, from 1990 up to today, the most complete Italian private digital archive related to the American History, from the end of XIX Century to 1970, and other “different” Collections regarding European historical events.

In October 2005, through the Project “ROMANO-ARCHIVES Special Collections Department”, Vincent Romano keeps distributing on line for the first time digital copies of historical documents belonging to some important Collections, taking the challenge to make even the most hidden and controversial documents regarding the Contemporary History easily findable and available, in a way capable to rise a wide range of interest and curiosity in the international public of the Web.

ROMANO-Archives has a YouTube channel with over 270 color film clips, called Unknown WWII In Color.


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Der Palast der Lüfte


Pavilion der Luftfahrtindustrie auf der Pariser Weltausstellung 1937









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Sid Vicious and Nancy Spungen Take Phone Calls on New York Cable TV (1978)








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Prinzessin Rajah tanzt (1904)


Ein Film der American Mutoscope and Biograph Company, 1904.



Princess Rajah performs an “Oriental” or belly dance, and a balancing chair act in her teeth like that often found in folk performances in various cultures from Northern Africa to Greece. According to vaudeville historians Joe Laurie, Jr. and Douglas Gilbert, Princess Rajah started as a “cooch” (an early form of belly dance) dancer at Coney Island in the 1890s. She was booked for a time at Huber’s Museum in New York City before Willie Hammerstein presented her in her vaudeville debut at Hammerstein’s Victoria theatre on 42nd Street. In addition to her dance with a chair, she also performed an Oriental dance with snakes. She later married agent Clifford C. Fischer.


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Sputnik-Freunde: Vota Communista!




Rom, 1958

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Lincoln Rockwell’s Hate Bus




George Lincoln Rockwell (1918 – 1967) was the founder of the American Nazi Party. In the 1960s, he attempted to draw attention by starting a small record label. A truncated version of one of his band’s recordings, “Ship Those Niggers Back,” appears in the documentary The California Reich. When the Freedom Riders drove their campaign to desegregate bus stations in the Deep South, Rockwell secured a Volkswagen van and decorated it with swastikas and white supremacist slogans, dubbing it the “Hate Bus” and personally driving it to speaking engagements and party rallies.


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Chubby Checker and The Twist





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Ein Tatra 603 Ecke Opletalova und Wenzelsplatz, Prag 1959





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