Monday, March 17, 2014


Well, why not some photos of daily life in North Korea,  the 1980s taken by Magnum Agency photographer Hirojii Kobuta

It's interesting to compare this view of North Korea, presented by a renowned Magnum photographer, with the view served to me by Danish newspapers and television..I honestly believed all North Koreans wore uniforms and goose-stepped their way through life.

well, well...

Panzer: Sdkfz 251/9 Stummel
A cheerful crew, probably photographed in Russia or the Balkans during the winter of 1943-44. The short-barreled 75 mm gun added some extra "bite" to Aufklärungs (reconnaissance) and Panzergrenadier units when facing the enemy in their Sdkfz 251/1's, armed only with MG 34 or MG 42 machine-guns.This is the early model Stummel, with a cutout in the armor plate of the 251 to make room for the gun. Later (1944-45) versions omitted the cutout to simplify production, placing the gun and mount higher up.

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