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Ordinary people. The courage to say no.    The photo was taken in Hamburg in 1936, during the celebrations for the launch of a ship. In the crowed, one person refuses to raise his arm to give the Nazi salute. The man was August Landmesser. He had already been in trouble with the authorities, having been sentenced to two years hard labour for marrying a Jewish woman.  We know little else about August Landmesser, except that he had two children. By pure chance, one of his children recognized…

The courage to say no. The photo was taken in Hamburg in during the celebrations for the launch of a ship. In the crowed, one person refuses to raise his arm to give the Nazi salute. The man was August Landmesser.

'Brexit hardliners don't want to negotiate!' Verhofstadt swipes at UK & hails LABOUR party - https://buzznews.co.uk/brexit-hardliners-dont-want-to-negotiate-verhofstadt-swipes-at-uk-hails-labour-party -

'Brexit hardliners don't want to negotiate!' Verhofstadt swipes at UK & hails LABOUR party - https://buzznews.co.uk/brexit-hardliners-dont-want-to-negotiate-verhofstadt-swipes-at-uk-hails-labour-party -

China To Unveil EV Quota Plans Soon, But To Delay Or Soften Penalties, German Newspaper Reports

China To Unveil EV Quota Plans Soon, But To Delay Or Soften Penalties, German Newspaper Reports

The germans got it right... ~~ ~Funny Pics Memes ~~ ~~ donald trump newspaper face scream

33 Funny Pics & Memes of the Insanely Nutty

An Italian newspaper shows German planes swooping over the Thames during the Blitz. The river area was heavily targeted by bombers in the Second World War, with the Docklands hit by over 2,500 bombs. It took until the 1960s for the damage to be repaired.

London and the Thames: in pictures

EXTRA: An Italian newspaper shows German planes swooping over the Thames during the Blitz. The river area was heavily targeted by bombers in the Second World War, with the Docklands hit by over bombs. It took until the for the damage to be repaired.

Turkish battleships approach the port of Thessaloniki in the summer of 1876, at the time of Herzegovina uprising. From German newspaper.

Turkish battleships approach the port of Thessaloniki in the summer of 1876, at the time of Herzegovina uprising. From German newspaper.

During World War I, no cartoonist exercised more influence than Louis Raemaekers of Holland. Charged with "endangering Dutch neutrality," his cartoons led the Germans to offer a 12,000 guilder reward for his capture, dead or alive. A German newspaper, summarizing the terms of peace Germany would exact after it won the war, declared that indemnity would be demanded for every one of Raemaekers' cartoons. Example shown here: "The German Tango."

15 Historic Cartoons That Changed The World

During World War I, no cartoonist exercised more influence than Louis Raemaekers of Holland. Charged with "endangering Dutch neutrality," his cartoons led the Germans to offer a 12,000 guilder reward for his capture, dead or alive. A German newspaper, summarizing the terms of peace Germany would exact after it won the war, declared that indemnity would be demanded for every one of Raemaekers' cartoons. Example shown here: "The German Tango."

Two German soldiers sharpen swords, circa 1915

greatwarincolour: “ Two German soldiers sharpen swords, circa As seen on the cover of the German newspaper, Münchner Illustrierte.

According to the German newspaper, BILD.de, a Swiss nightclub owner named Gregor Spörri took a number of photos of a mummified giant finger in 1988. The owner was a retired grave robber who was based in the district of Bir Hooker, near Sadat City, about 100 KM (62.14 miles) north of Cairo. The finger is nearly 14 inches (35cm) long and, if it is genuine, it belonged to someone estimated to have been between 15 and 16 feet (4.57-4.88 meters) tall (or someone with oversized hands!).

According to the German newspaper, BILD.de, a Swiss nightclub owner named Gregor Spörri took a number of photos of a mummified giant finger in 1988. The owner was a retired grave robber who was based in the district of Bir Hooker, near Sadat City, about 100 KM (62.14 miles) north of Cairo. The finger is nearly 14 inches (35cm) long and, if it is genuine, it belonged to someone estimated to have been between 15 and 16 feet (4.57-4.88 meters) tall (or someone with oversized hands!).

Who says the Germans have no sense of humor...

Trump impersonation of Grace Jones. Who says the Germans have no sense of humor.

In 1952,  Lilli appeared in the German newspaper Bild-Zeitung. The comic was created by Reinhard Beuthien. Lilli was a gorgeous, saucy, buxom blonde who often played ‘cat and mouse’ games with her many admirers.

In Lilli appeared in the German newspaper Bild-Zeitung. The comic was created by Reinhard Beuthien. Lilli was a gorgeous, saucy, buxom blonde who often played ‘cat and mouse’ games with her many admirers.

4,793 Likes, 8 Comments - It's Nice That (@itsnicethat) on Instagram: “In a recent project with German newspaper Zeit, @lauracallaghanillustration depicted how Germany…”

4,793 Likes, 8 Comments - It's Nice That (@itsnicethat) on Instagram: “In a recent project with German newspaper Zeit, @lauracallaghanillustration depicted how Germany…”

Centre Street near Chambers Street.. New Yorker Staats-Zeitung Building

Centre Street near Chambers Street. New Yorker Staats-Zeitung Building