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35 Japanese forces use flame-throwers while attacking a fortified emplacement on Corregidor Island, in the Philippines in May of 1942. (NARA)

1942 World War II Centerville, California -This youngster is awaiting an evacuation bus. Evacuees of Japanese ancestry were housed in War Relocation Authority Centers for the duration of the war. Photographer Dorothea Lange, May 9, 1942.

11 juillet 1936, Schuschnigg signe un accord avec Hitler. Ce rapprochement dû à l'ambassadeur allemand Franz von Papen, stipule qu'en échange de la levée de l'embargo et la reconnaissance du statu quo par l'Allemagne, l'Autriche cesse toutes les persécutions contre les nazis et appelle deux ministres pro-nazi dans son gouvernement

Children inspecting a Japanese midget submarine (Australia,1942)

The Jewish members of the Lwów Philharmonics playing the “Tango of Death” in Lwów’s Janówska death camp

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21 Photos Of People Being Wonderful Throughout History

Japanese prisoner with malaria captured near Nauro in 1942

Official poster of Israel's Holocaust Rememberance Day (Yom Hashoah) 2012

Lee Rogers & John C. Todd sit outside a Japanese prison camp following their release by Allied forces, Manila, Philippines, February 05, 1945

A big coastal gun is fired from fortified American positions on Corregidor Island, at the entrance to Manila Bay on the Philippines, on May 6, 1942. (AP Photo)

Original caption: Corregidor, Philippines: A scene from captured Japanese film showing Japanese soldiers holding bayoneted rifles as heroic defenders of Bataan Corregidor file past them with arms held high. This was the last United States day on Corregidor-until recapture the Island Fortress. This came after Japanese bombings had destroyed the water system and depleted supplies that made the surrender a necessity.