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Danish freedom-fighters in a firefight between the remaining German forces in the streets of Copenhagen on the 5th of May 1945.

Danish freedom-fighters in a firefight between the remaining German forces in the streets of Copenhagen on the dag of Danish liberation of May

Frihedskæmpere fra Korps Ågesens 1. Bataillons 1. Kompagni i København. Leder var grev Valdemar af Rosenborg.  Freedom fighters from the Corps Ågesens 1st battalion 1st company in Copenhagen. Rettighedshaver:Nationalmuseet, Danmark

Frihedskæmpere fra Korps Ågesens 1. Bataillons 1. Kompagni i København. Leder var grev Valdemar af Rosenborg. Freedom fighters from the Corps Ågesens 1st battalion 1st company in Copenhagen. Rettighedshaver:Nationalmuseet, Danmark

Danske krigsskibe efter flådens sænkning på Holmen i forbindelse med undtagelsestilstanden d. 29. august 1943. Fra højre ses artilleriskibet Peder Skram, varmebåd Vb. 2 og motortorpedobåden Hvalrossen (kun masterne ses). I baggrunden fregatten Fyn. Fotograf: Herluf Jensen Sted: København Amager, Holmen Dato: Efter 29. August 1943   Se flere billeder her: erez.natmus.dk/FHMbilleder/Site/index.jsp   Download and rights: natmus.dk/en/besoeg-museerne/frihedsmuseet/archives/photo...   More about…

AUG 29 1943 Denmark defies Nazi Martial Law Danish ships scuttled in Holmen harbour, Copenhagen.

Collection of interesting pictures, Part 33: Leaders II

Collection of interesting pictures, Part 33: Leaders II

Collection of interesting pictures, Part Leaders II:Some of people overcoming differences!

Something went terribly wrong…(Gayle - there is nothing funny about this)

Before the presence of the Taliban in the country, Afghanistan had seen considerable amount of women's rights. In Taliban seize control of Kabul prohibiting women from work, and introducing Islamic punishments such as stoning to death and amputations.

German troops parade in Copenhagen, Denmark on April 20, 1940 to celebrate Hitler’s birthday.

German troops parade in Copenhagen, Denmark on April 1940 to celebrate Hitler’s birthday.

German soldiers marching through Copenhagen, after the occupation of Denmark in the course of Operation Weseruebung, to participate at a muster of the German troops on the occasion of Hitler’s birthday. Occupation of Denmark, 1940.

German soldiers marching through Copenhagen, after the occupation of Denmark in the course of Operation Weseruebung, to participate at a muster of the German troops on the occasion of Hitler’s birthday. Occupation of Denmark,

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