A Soviet soldier (left) and an America soldier (right) pose for a photograph after the Allied forces meet in Torgau. Torgau is the place where the United States Army forces coming from the west met forces of the Soviet Union coming from the east during the invasion of Germany on 25 April 1945, which is now commemorated as “Elbe Day”. Torgau, Saxony, Germany. 25 April 1945. Image taken by John Florea.
sometimes im sad but then i think about aromantic people saying “no romo”
A veteran of the Battle of Waterloo with his wife, 1850
Edward Steichen: After the Grand Prix - Paris, 1907
he’s made me a mixtape (of really good songs) and written a letter about how great i am
[jokes about being in love with a character] [is actually serious] [and not joking] [in any way] [at all]
boyfriends are cool i guess but consider this
A group of young Dutch girls play on a cliff overlooking the ocean in the early 1900s (Chusseau-Flaviens/George Eastman House)
Soviet SU-76 on the streets of Berlin - May ‘45.