1. Replica of German V-2 in Blizna near Rzeszow (Poland).
    During the II WW there were test launches of V-2 rockets.

     
  2. Bydgoszcz

     
  3. Goclaw - part of Warsaw, early 80’s.
     

    (via ivy-bitch-deactivated20120801)

     
  4. patgavin:

    Carrie Furnaces, Homestead, near Pittsburgh, Pa.

    (via absurdonio)

     
  5. visual-poetry:

    “nowhere” by endre tót (1980)

     
  6. raggedglory:

    Kazimierz Nowak

    Kazimierz Nowak (ur. 11 stycznia 1897 w Stryju, zm. 13 października 1937 w Poznaniu) – polski podróżnik, w latach 1931-1936 przebył samotnie kontynent afrykański z północy na południe i z powrotem (40 tys. km rowerem, pieszo, konno, na wielbłądzie, czółnem oraz pociągiem[1]) (za Wikipedią).

    (Źródło: wonderfulambiguity, via bassman5911)

     
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  8. opacasilentianoctis:

    London boy in the ruins of his home, where his parents were killed after hitting a German V-2 rocket. (2)

     
  9. scanzen:

    Aerial view of the pyramids near Giza taken from a German airplane, 1918.

     
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  12. absurdonio:

    Engine room of a German U-Boot (World War I).

    via Popular Military

     
  13. bassman5911:

    The 3rd Letter by Grzegorz Jonkajtys

     
  14. absurdonio:

    “Eliminating the horrors of German gas attacks”.

    The soldier wearing the new gas mask has entered a trench filled with heavy gases as part of the training in all the camps, (1917 or 1918).

    via Louisa Thomas

     
  15. talesofwar:

    A British Tetrach light tank just squeezed inside the huge Hamilcar glider. A glider…with no propeller to get this thing flying. It is amazing.