Zsolt Gyongyoss

Zsolt Gyongyoss

Zsolt Gyongyoss
Mai multe idei de la Zsolt
idées noires : Photo

idées noires : Photo

A German POW returns home to find his house has been destroyed and his family killed, 1946

A German POW returns home to find his house has been destroyed and his family killed, 1946

Vietnam, 1967, by Henry Huet.

Vietnam, 1967, by Henry Huet.

Henri Huet photo: Vietnam. Chaplain John McNamara of Boston makes the sign of the cross as he administers the last rites to photographer Dickey Chapelle. Chapelle was covering a US Marine unit on a combat operation near Chu Lai for the National Observer when she was seriously wounded, along with four Marines, by an exploding mine. She died in a helicopter en route to a hospital. Henri Huet/AP

Henri Huet photo: Vietnam. Chaplain John McNamara of Boston makes the sign of the cross as he administers the last rites to photographer Dickey Chapelle. Chapelle was covering a US Marine unit on a combat operation near Chu Lai for the National Observer when she was seriously wounded, along with four Marines, by an exploding mine. She died in a helicopter en route to a hospital. Henri Huet/AP

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Vietnam War Pows | American and South Vietnamese POWHello.

Vietnam War Pows | American and South Vietnamese POWHello.

"1st Infantry Division Medic treating a wounded Grunt." ~ Vietnam War

"1st Infantry Division Medic treating a wounded Grunt." ~ Vietnam War

Sergeant Michael Strank (10 Nov 1919–1 Mar 1945) was one of the six Marines who raised the second flag on Mt. Suribachi during the Battle of Iwo Jima. He died on Iwo Jima on 1 March 1945 when his squad came under heavy fire and was hit by friendly fire by an American shell. His death made him the first—but certainly not the last—man photographed raising the flag to die in battle.

Sergeant Michael Strank (10 Nov 1919–1 Mar 1945) was one of the six Marines who raised the second flag on Mt. Suribachi during the Battle of Iwo Jima. He died on Iwo Jima on 1 March 1945 when his squad came under heavy fire and was hit by friendly fire by an American shell. His death made him the first—but certainly not the last—man photographed raising the flag to die in battle.

abandoned helicopter Vietnam

abandoned helicopter Vietnam

mig 35 - Pesquisa Google

mig 35 - Pesquisa Google