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hitler-rehearsing-speech-in-mirror

hitler-rehearsing-speech-in-mirror

Sean Penn by Richard Avedon

Sean Penn by Richard Avedon

Ouyang Xiang, son of the former first secretary of Heilongjiang’s provincial party committee, was dragged outside the North Plaza Hotel, persecuted for sending an unsigned letter to the provincial revolutionary committee defending his denounced father. Three days later, he was pushed out of a third-story window of the building where he was held. The official report called his death a suicide. Harbin, Heilongjiang province, Nov. 30, 1968. Li Zhensheng

A Panoramic View of China's Cultural Revolution

Ouyang Xiang, son of the former first secretary of Heilongjiang’s provincial party committee, was dragged outside the North Plaza Hotel, persecuted for sending an unsigned letter to the provincial revolutionary committee defending his denounced father. Three days later, he was pushed out of a third-story window of the building where he was held. The official report called his death a suicide. Harbin, Heilongjiang province, Nov. 30, 1968. Li Zhensheng

Richard Gere

Richard Gere

Japanese Nurse dressed in Black 1905    Red Cross Nurses were a symbol of modernity and of Japan’s commitment to humanitarian ideals, during the Russo-Japanese War (8 February 1904 – 5 September 1905). Postcards reflected this by updating the age old tradition of Bijin-e (pictures of beautiful women). This postcard is from the “Thousand Contemporary Figures” series.

Japanese Nurse dressed in Black 1905 Red Cross Nurses were a symbol of modernity and of Japan’s commitment to humanitarian ideals, during the Russo-Japanese War (8 February 1904 – 5 September 1905). Postcards reflected this by updating the age old tradition of Bijin-e (pictures of beautiful women). This postcard is from the “Thousand Contemporary Figures” series.

Diane Arbus

Diane Arbus

Chaing Kai-Shek (L) and Mao Tse-Tung ® pose for an official photo in the WWII years when both shared the Japanese as a common enemy. After the defeat of Japan, the two men waged a civil war for control of China. Mao’s Red Army pushed Chang’s KMT out of mainland China to Taiwan.

Chaing Kai-Shek (L) and Mao Tse-Tung ® pose for an official photo in the WWII years when both shared the Japanese as a common enemy. After the defeat of Japan, the two men waged a civil war for control of China. Mao’s Red Army pushed Chang’s KMT out of mainland China to Taiwan.

Alecio de Andrade - Musée du Louvre, Paris, 1970

Alecio de Andrade - Musée du Louvre, Paris, 1970

Mao Zedong and Zhou Enlai

Mao Zedong and Zhou Enlai

jude law & ewan mcgregor

DUPLAS, TRIOS, QUARTETOS, ETC. - fotosdehomens

jude law & ewan mcgregor

Shangguan Yunzhu made her first movie in the 1940s and began to become famous in film circles. Many of her movies became classics in China’s movie history. Her famous movies include Crow and the Sparrow and Spring River Flows East.

Shangguan Yunzhu made her first movie in the 1940s and began to become famous in film circles. Many of her movies became classics in China’s movie history. Her famous movies include Crow and the Sparrow and Spring River Flows East.

Mao Tse-Tung (December 26, 1893 – September 9, 1976). This dictator killed more people than Hitler and Stalin together. A bloodthirsty.

Mao Tse-Tung (December 26, 1893 – September 9, 1976). This dictator killed more people than Hitler and Stalin together. A bloodthirsty.

Iraq's then-President Saddam Hussein fires a rifle in Baghdad on Nov. 20, 2000. Saddam fired two rifle shots to kick off festivities celebrating Iraq's commitment to liberating the holy city from Israeli rule. When U.S. leaders decided it was time to depose Saddam Hussein, he made the perfect foil. He was cocky and cunning. He looked dangerous and deranged standing at rallies firing a rifle into the air - conduct unbecoming a head of government.

Iraq's then-President Saddam Hussein fires a rifle in Baghdad on Nov. 20, 2000. Saddam fired two rifle shots to kick off festivities celebrating Iraq's commitment to liberating the holy city from Israeli rule. When U.S. leaders decided it was time to depose Saddam Hussein, he made the perfect foil. He was cocky and cunning. He looked dangerous and deranged standing at rallies firing a rifle into the air - conduct unbecoming a head of government.

All must think of Chairman Mao, all must obey Chairman Mao...

All must think of Chairman Mao, all must obey Chairman Mao...

who are you? — mccartneymadness:   John Lennon playing ping pong

who are you? — mccartneymadness: John Lennon playing ping pong