21. Cuban revolutionaries parade in captured government tanks, 1959.
22. Flour Sacks decoration in Flour Mills.
Flour Mills begin decorating their flour sacks after realizing that depression-era families were using them to make children’s clothing, the 1930s.
What’s up with the joker on the very left in picture 7? Can’t imagine any reason for that smile and gesture while in a concentration camp.
Did you not read the caption, the photo was taken just after they were liberated from the con camp.
#7. Bergen-Belsen was not liberated by the U.S.; it was liberated by the British. That was also the camp where Anne Frank died.
You too can’t read? It was train that got liberated.