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Chemical warfare exercise in Istanbul before the WW2

19 August 1939
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No. 20923
Pic 1 has a lot to it.

Makes for an album cover of a controversial band.
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I guess photos could be considered "rare" if they belong to you. Here's a group of Soviet skydivers and an OSOAVIAKHIM instructor (2nd photo, the woman sitting in the center) posing near U-2 ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polikarpov_Po-2 ), main training aircraft of the organization.
OSOAVIAKHIM existed in 1927-1948, it was a paramilitary voluntary organization which was engaged in training of the civilian population. Klim Voroshilov was the official head of OSOAVIAKHIM and the institution was run by Soviet officers. The organization trained people in shooting, there were many sections for training snipers, radio operators, pilots, paratroopers, dogs and cavalry. Photo were taken before 1946, this is either wartime or late 30s. In the 30s the number of people jumping with a parachute was very small and even the masters of the USSR of that era had no more than a few hundred jumps, while modern skydivers can perform more than five thousand jumps, plus now we have access to safer parachute systems.
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Partizans photographing partizans dduring WW2
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I found this photo posted in a colourization subreddit. The photo was taken in my home town. On a side note, what do you call someone who does colourization professionally?
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>>21079
Zagreb during the march-in of the Yugoslav army in 1945 and some pics of popes who switched the sides in time - like they always do :3
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>>21081

popes means priests

>pics of priests who switched the sides in time
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Not really rare anymore but not many know about it. Depicted is Ismet Popovac in Bijeljina in front of kuca opstine. In the picture you can see him next to Draza Mihajlovic, he was a Muslim cetnik.
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>>21080
Person of Color
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A dog rests on the shore of Lake Lindozero in 1910, Russian Empire
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Relevant. On this site you can find photos from between 1900 and 1990.
http://fortepan.hu/?language=en-US
"Fortepan is a copyright-free and community-based photo archive with over 100,000 photographs available for anyone to browse and download in high-resolution, free of charge. The images are free to share with the appropriate credit given as FORTEPAN / NAME OF DONOR. Please do provide the full credit at all times as it is a tribute to the selfless contribution of the donor.
This website was launched in 2010 by Ákos Szepessy and Miklós Tamási and it initially contained photographs found randomly in the streets of Budapest.The archive has expanded since then through donations from families, amateur and professional photographers, along with public collections. The images on the website are selected by editors. The descriptions attached to the images are compiled and edited by volunteers, utilizing information contributed at the Fortepan Forum."
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Officers and soldiers of Kornilov's shock regiment in South Volunteer Army durig civil war
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I don't know if you realize this shitposter but once your images are deleted all our threads get restored and to the proper order.
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God the 76 looks good on a Sherman hull. The 75 is kind of adorable with how dinky it looks but the longer barrel really makes the thing look like it's got some teeth.

Also the post apocalyptic late war europe aesthetic is really compelling, despite its horror. It's a terrible kind of awe.
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>>46034
blond hair on legs is sexy
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These photos about Unterschicht/proletariat/sub-proletariat in Zagreb are about 100 years old, and where held for decades in secret private ownership of some recently died doctor, and then discovered as part of his legacy estate. Because of the good quality its assumed they were made by one of the few famous professional photographs of the day.
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>>51614
Nice pictures, what causes pic rel? Is it drawn over?
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- Woman on frozen Missisippi around 1900 afaik[/spioler]
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>>51617
Difficult to say. I'd assume some sort of chemical reactions in the photography - either in the paper the top layer or both -, maybe also a digital editing effect (I'd also assume they ran the fotos in photoshop to improve the quality before publishing them)
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Chemical reaction would be my thought too. I'm not an eggsbert but I'm fairly sure I've heard or read somewhere before about old photos being relatively fragile in that respect.
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>>51614
Nice photographies
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It doesn't seem to me there'll be such pictures of people made, preserved, and gone over in the future again