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Copyright: Vladislav Trifonov’s family archive
Date: before 1976
Subject: Edward N. Trifonov, refuzniks and Andrei Sakharov.

Croissance_économie_francaise annoteDistributor:
Copyright:  Gedefr (INSEE, annual national accounts)
Date: April 9, 2012
Subject: Annual growth rate of the French economy (1950-2010) and average annual growth rate for different periods (in particular the “Thirty Glorious”).

Copyright:  The Central Intelligence Agency
Date: October 1, 1973
Subject: Israeli bridge over the Suez Canal during the 1973 Arab-Israeli war. Excerpt from the pamphlet “President Nixon and the role of intelligence in the 1973 Arab-Israeli war”.

Copyright: The Central Intelligence Agency
Date: October 1, 1973
Subject: A Libyan oil installation. Libya was a member of the Organization of Arab Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) which led the embargo on the sale of oil to the United States from October 1973 to March 1974.

Copyright: unknown (Military Battles on the Egyptian Front by Gammal Hammad. Published by Dār al-Shurūq, Egypt)
Date: 1973
Subject: An Egyptian Saiqa (commando) in front of a group of destroyed Israeli tanks in the village of Abu ‘Atwa during the Battle of Ismailia.

Copyright: Saimi Gluck
Date: between 1979 and 1983
Subject: Jerusalem, Western Wall during Sukkot Festival (Hoshana Raba)

Date: December 24, 1978
Subject: Israeli President Yitzhak Navon lights Hanukkah’s first candle at Beit Hanassi in Jerusalem.

evangelistes annote shutterstock_343520261

Distributor: Shutterstock
Reference: 343520261
Copyright: Opachevsky Irina
Date: October 14, 2014
Subject: Procession of evangelical Christians to support Israel in Jerusalem.

Syangogue Saint Petersbourg shutterstock_378151984(1) annote

Distributor: Shutterstock
Reference: 378151984
Copyright: Karasev Victor
Subject: “Grand Choral Synagogue” of St. Petersburg (Russia), a winter day.

Copyright: Halibutt, Ely1
Date: April 15, 2006
Subject: A commemorative pogrom plaque on 4 July 1946 in Kielce that killed 42 Jews. (Plaque of the Nissenbaum Foundation on the initiative of Lech Walesa)



Copyright: “Stalin sixtieth birthday ..” Moscow, 1940 Pravda “.
Date: January 1936
Subject: Joseph Stalin and Nikita Khrushchev.

Date: March 12, 1975, 10:18:31
Subject: Sylva Zalmanson addresses the demonstration of Tel Aviv students for the release of Mark Nashpitz and Boris Tselyonok, held prisoner in Soviet Russia.

1024px-Serbskij-institute copyrightsDistributor:
Copyright: A.Savin
Date: February 18, 2009
Subject: One of the buildings of the Serbsky Institute in Moscow.



Copyright: Eduard Pesov
Date: January 1, 1974
Subject: Yuri Andropov, head of the KGB.


Copyright: National Archives (
Date: August 21, 1968
Subject: Two Prague residents hold up a black flag as a sign of mourning. In the background, tanks invading Prague.

Copyright: : Mikhail Sychyov
Date: 1972
Subject: anti-Zionist caricature of the Soviet magazine “Krokodil” (No. 15, 1972)



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Reference: 197954459
Copyright: AAR Studio
Date: April 26, 1986
Subject: Chernobyl nuclear reactor 4, the site of the greatest Soviet nuclear disaster. Covered with a sarcophagus after the disaster to confine the radiation.



tchernobyl panneau annote shutterstock_398176150

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Reference: 398176150
Copyright: Eight Photo
Date: March 2016
Subject: Chernobyl exclusion zone, Ukraine, exit sign of the village. (mention in Ukrainian “Chernobyl”).

Tchernobyl foret shutterstock_229803760

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Reference: 229803760
Copyright: Fotokon
Date: 1957-1965
Subject: Warning sign for ionizing radiation next to the Chernobyl Forest, Ukraine. (confined area)

Copyright: Élisée Reclus (1830-1905). (Extrait de “L’Homme et la Terre”)
Date: not indicated
Subject: House in Kishinev, after the pogrom


Copyright: HENRYK NOWODWORSKI (1875- 1930) – Encyclopedia “Dzieje narodu i państwa polskiego” t. III (Feliks Tych “Rok 1905”), Wyd. KAW, Warsaw
Date: 1905
Subject: Caricature of the Białostock Pogrom in 1906. Note that the attacker wears a Tsarist army hat with a cockade on the side. (The original Legend is not part of the scanned area)


Copyright: en:User:Goodoldpolonius2
Date: 1905
Subject: Jewish victims of one of the pogroms in Ekaterinoslav (today: Dnepropetrovsk) in 1905

Scherl Bilderdienst Russland, St. Petersburg.- Eröffnungsfeier der russischen Parlamente, Zar Nikolaus II. verliest die Thronrede. 3662-06 Zentralbild St. Petersburg 1906 Die Eröffnung der russischen Parlamente. UBz.: Der Zar verliest die Thronrede im Georgsaal des Winterpalais.Distributor:
Copyright: unknown
Date: 1906
Subject: St. Petersburg: opening of the Russian parliament. The Tsar reads the Throne Speech in the George Hall of the Winter Palace.

Copyright: unknown (Jewish historical Institute)
Date: 1906
Subject: The corpses of those killed during the 1906 pogrom in the courtyard of the Bialystok Jewish Hospital.


Copyright: Polish weekly magazine “Tygodnik Ilustrowany” (No. 37/1906) published by the publishing house “Gebethner i Wolff”. Photo of Piekna Street in Siedlce by Adolf Gancwol (Category: Adolf Gancwol-Ganiewski – died in 1942).
Date: September 15, 1906
Subject: First page of the weekly “Tygodnik Ilustrowany” of 15 September 15 1906 based in Warsaw. The title briefly summarizes the events of the Siedlce pogrom. The text begins with INCIDENTS BLOOD in Siedlce.