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Viking History  (Denmark). 'The Vikings were not just plunderers  but successful traders, extraordinary  mariners and insatiable explorers. Getting a  feel for the Viking era is easy, whether visiting  the ship-burial ground of Ladby, the  Viking forts of Zealand, the longship  workshops at Roskilde or the museums  that seek to re-create the era with live  re-enactments.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/denmark

Viking History (Denmark). 'The Vikings were not just plunderers but successful traders, extraordinary mariners and insatiable explorers. Getting a feel for the Viking era is easy, whether visiting the ship-burial ground of Ladby, the Viking forts of Zealand, the longship workshops at Roskilde or the museums that seek to re-create the era with live re-enactments.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/denmark

An elderly man sits among the ruins after the Battle of Berlin, May 1945

An elderly man sits among the ruins after the Battle of Berlin, May 1945. [550x799]

An elderly man sits among the ruins after the Battle of Berlin, May 1945

Soviet soldiers resting on the steps of the Reich Chancellery looking at German medals that have not yet been awarded, nor will they be, photographed by Yevgeniy Khaldei (Berlin  May 1945)

Soviet soldiers resting on the steps of the Reich Chancellery, Berlin, by Evgeniy Khaldei. May 2 1945

Soviet soldiers resting on the steps of the Reich Chancellery looking at German medals that have not yet been awarded, nor will they be, photographed by Yevgeniy Khaldei (Berlin May 1945)

Emmy Zehden - She was sentenced to death for hiding her nephew and two other Bible Students evading the draft. Following rejected pleas for clemency, Emmy Zehden was murdered in Berlin-Plötzensee on June 9, 1944. Her farewell letters were never given to her family.

Emmy Zehden - She was sentenced to death for hiding her nephew and two other Bible Students evading the draft. Following rejected pleas for clemency, Emmy Zehden was murdered in Berlin-Plötzensee on June 9, 1944. Her farewell letters were never given to her family.

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