Fotografía post mortem

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La fotografía post mortem o retrato de difuntos se convierte en una práctica desconocida para las nuevas generaciones Weird Vintage, Vintage Ads, Vintage Photos, Vintage Advertising Posters, Vintage Advertisements, Vintage Posters, Asian History, British History, Tudor History

Fotografía Post Mortem: la imagen del que se fue

La fotografía post mortem o retrato de difuntos se convierte en una práctica desconocida para las nuevas generaciones

WWI, June 1916, Battle of Verdun;"Les Combats du Fort de Vaux." World War One, First World, Airborne Army, D Day Normandy, Post Mortem, Creepy Vintage, Weird Pictures, History Photos, Expo

MILITARIA - 1914-1918 - les combats du fort de vaux • EUR 3,00

MILITARIA - 1914-1918 - les combats du fort de vaux - EUR 3,00. FOR SALE! ALBUM VERT 143618353991

A legendary model kit, where a decomposed German soldier lays next to his machine gun and personal items. I rate a . Ww2 History, Military History, German Soldiers Ww2, Military Modelling, Military Diorama, Panzer, Model Building, Art Model, Plastic Models

• WWII HISTORY • 🇳🇱-🇬🇧-🇩🇪 • on Instagram: “A legendary model kit, where a decomposed German soldier lays next to his machine gun and personal items. I rate a 10/10! . Update: this…”

20.6k Likes, 242 Comments - • WWII HISTORY • 🇳🇱-🇬🇧-🇩🇪 • (@the_dutch_historian) on Instagram: “A legendary model kit, where a decomposed German soldier lays next to his machine gun and personal…”

Above is a very grizzly and shocking find, found in a trench on the former Western Front somewhere in France. Ww1 Soldiers, Wwi, World War One, First World, Post Mortem, Picture Tag, Clemson, Historian, Time Travel

- Historians Union - on Instagram: ““War demands sacrifice of the people. It gives only suffering in return.” - Frederic Clemson Howe - ——— The Pickelhaube, also Pickelhelm,…”

10.2k Likes, 58 Comments - - Historians Union - (@worldwar2_collector) on Instagram: ““War demands sacrifice of the people. It gives only suffering in return.” - Frederic Clemson Howe -…”