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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

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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

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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.