Video: World War II: rare color photographs of women who brought victory closer
2023 Author: Richard Flannagan | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-26 05:58
War is fear, pain, death, devastation. And it would seem a woman there should be no room here. However, many patriotic girls selflessly go to the front or work in the rear, doing “male” work. In our review - rare color photos those who took part in Second world war.
In many countries, during the Second World War, there was an active propaganda of the feasible participation of women in military events. In particular, American propaganda posters demonstrated that war has a woman's face.
The First World War fell on a pivotal time in itself: women began to drive cars, conquer the sky on still imperfect planes, got involved in political struggle, and conquered science long ago. It is not surprising that many women showed themselves very actively during the war, and some even became legends
A hundred years ago, in November 1918, the First World War ended. It affected the entire civilized world and changed the lives of millions of people. There are no longer any witnesses of that war, but black and white photographs of the brave people of those years have survived. But with the help of modern technology, ordinary people got the opportunity to see the life of those times in color
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At the beginning of the 20th century, French autochromists conducted a color photo chronicle of the First World War. This review contains photographs by Paul Castelnau and Fernand Cuville, thanks to which we can see the events of those distant years in color. So, let's see what the First world looked like through the eyes of the French
The forties were the hardest in the history of the USSR. War entered people's lives, and the task of cinema was to raise the morale of the people, show examples of brave and fearless warriors and ordinary citizens, instill in the hearts of viewers confidence in an imminent victory, educate the younger generation on vivid examples of true patriotism. During this period, a whole galaxy of films about the war was released. Today we remember the actors who played the main roles in them