There, in Munich, for the sake of peace, they signed a treaty with two villains - Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini. For the sake of peace they didn't sacrifice a thing of their own. Instead, they robbed, raped and mutilated a… Continue
Added by lord_k on September 30, 2009 at 2:00pm — No Comments
President Roosevelt authorized an immediate search; no trace was ever found.
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Aviation, flying heroes and villains (not forget the girls, too), plus a bit of Belle Epoque and pin-up. Enjoy!…
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Two young Russian architects, Stepan Liphart and Boris Kondakov, are trying to capture and revive the positive spirit of the early 1930s. From the Westerner's point of view, their projects bear an obvious resemblance to the famous Hugh Ferriss' sketches. Soviet? Thirties? Ferriss? All this calls for an instant stereotype:… Continue
Thanks to shushpanzer_ru@LJ community we can see a bunch… Continue
Worth of notice: different colors, variety of scenes and a perfect image of a German steamship on 1914 $20 bill (the last on display). Enjoy!
Designs that can make a specialist to raise an eyebrow - but full of genuine passion for the future like it used to be.
During the Golden Age of Zeppelin lots of theme stamps were issued not only by German Mail, but also by the states that never had a dirigible of… Continue
More (not much, only nine) in the album:…
Added by lord_k on September 18, 2009 at 6:00pm — No Comments