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Reblogged from Les sources d'une île
George Hoyningen-Huene, Nimet Eloui Bey, Evening Dress by Mainbocher, 1935
les-sources-du-nil:

George Hoyningen-HueneNimet Eloui Bey, Evening Dress by Mainbocher, 1935

George Hoyningen-Huene, Nimet Eloui Bey, Evening Dress by Mainbocher, 1935

les-sources-du-nil:

George Hoyningen-Huene
Nimet Eloui Bey, Evening Dress by Mainbocher, 1935

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Arkadij Sajchet, Komsomol youth at the wheel, 1931
from westlicht

Arkadij SajchetKomsomol youth at the wheel, 1931

from westlicht

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Margaret Bourke-White, Dummy and chute landing, Irving Air Chute Company, Buffalo, 1937
from sotheby’s

Margaret Bourke-White, Dummy and chute landing, Irving Air Chute Company, Buffalo, 1937

from sotheby’s

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Martin Munkacsi
“Katharine, Marion and Margaret”, Les soeurs Hepburn, Haper’s Bazaar, 1939.
via Galerie Verdeau)

Martin Munkacsi
“Katharine, Marion and Margaret”, Les soeurs Hepburn, Haper’s Bazaar, 1939.
via Galerie Verdeau)

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Jacques-Henri Lartigue, during the filming of Les Aventures du roi Pausole, 1932from Sotheby’s

Jacques-Henri Lartigue, during the filming of Les Aventures du roi Pausole, 1932
from Sotheby’s

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Jean Moral, Londres 1934from Sotheby’s

Jean Moral, Londres 1934
from Sotheby’s

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Eva Besnyö, Untitled 1931
( Wannsee lido, Berlin)
from Jeu de Paume
Eva Besnyö, Untitled 1931
( Wannsee lido, Berlin)
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Reblogged from Burnéd Shoés
burnedshoes:

© Hulton-Deutsch / Corbis, Oct 9, 1934, Assassination of King Alexander I of Yugoslavia
Lieutenant Colonel Poillet cuts down the assassin of King Alexander I of Yugoslavia who was shot dead during a state visit to Marseille, France on 9 October 1934. The gunman, who was identified as Vlado Chernozemski, was an agent of the Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organisation and the Croatian fascist movement, the Ustasa. Chernozemski, who also killed the French foreign minister and the king’s chauffeur, was beaten to death by an angry mob following the shooting.
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burnedshoes:

© Hulton-Deutsch / Corbis, Oct 9, 1934, Assassination of King Alexander I of Yugoslavia

Lieutenant Colonel Poillet cuts down the assassin of King Alexander I of Yugoslavia who was shot dead during a state visit to Marseille, France on 9 October 1934. The gunman, who was identified as Vlado Chernozemski, was an agent of the Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organisation and the Croatian fascist movement, the Ustasa. Chernozemski, who also killed the French foreign minister and the king’s chauffeur, was beaten to death by an angry mob following the shooting.

» more war & conflict photography «

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Anonymous, Sunbathing, Serbia 1930s
from the collection of Center for Photography (CEF)

Anonymous, Sunbathing, Serbia 1930s

from the collection of Center for Photography (CEF)

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Reblogged from (OvO)
Laura Gilpin, Footprints in the Sand, 1931
Platinum print
 
thanks to dear dear liquidnight and dear, dear Art Blart

Laura GilpinFootprints in the Sand, 1931

Platinum print

 

thanks to dear dear liquidnight and dear, dear Art Blart

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Reblogged from aucarrefouretrange
carrefouretrange:source : Die Erotik in der Photographie, Berlin, 1931 (reproduced in Rolland Villeneuve. Le musée du fétichisme, Ed. Henri Veyrier, 1973)

carrefouretrange:source : Die Erotik in der Photographie, Berlin, 1931 (reproduced in Rolland Villeneuve. Le musée du fétichisme, Ed. Henri Veyrier, 1973)

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Reblogged from Reality Asylum
Anton Stankowski ,Tracks in Snow (Spuren Im Schnee) 1936
thanks to marvelous realityayslum

Anton Stankowski ,Tracks in Snow (Spuren Im Schnee) 1936

thanks to marvelous realityayslum

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Reblogged from National Geographic Found
natgeofound:Students from five states smile through the gate of Ashley Hall in Charleston, South Carolina, March 1939.
Photograph by B. Anthony Stewart, National Geographic

natgeofound:Students from five states smile through the gate of Ashley Hall in Charleston, South Carolina, March 1939.

Photograph by B. Anthony Stewart, National Geographic