Here are this week’s interesting historical photos. For part 137, click here.
1. Japanese anti-British propaganda, c. 1941.
2. Ziba Ganiyeva, Sniper School, 1941.
3. Philadelphians looking at new map of Europe after WWI, 1918.
4. The White House seen totally gutted during the Truman Renovation, around 1950.
5. Country singer Johnny Cash posing outside Folsom Prison before his performance on January 13, 1968.
6. World’s first nuclear-powered task force traveling in Mediterranean, USS Enterprise.
It has E=mc^2 written on its flight deck, June 18, 1964.
7. A captured Wehrmacht soldier identifies an SS trooper as one of those who shot U.S. Army prisoners in Malmedy, Belgium, during the “Battle of the Bulge”.
These men were captured by the 3rd U.S. Army near Passau, Germany, 1945.
8. Beauty pageant winners, 1922.
9. A wounded German prisoner awaits medical treatment along the bank of the Volturno River, October 17, 1943.
10. Adolf Hitler and Joseph Goebbels at Charlottenburg Theatre, Berlin, 1939.