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8. Mai: Heute vor 185 Jahren wurde Henry Dunant geboren. Der Schweizer Geschäftsmann wurde 1859 Zeuge, wie in der Schlacht von Solferino an nur einem Tag rund 6.000 Soldaten starben und 25.000 verwundet wurden, woraufhin er Ideen für internationale Hilfsorganisationen und Verträge zum Umgang mit Kriegsgefangenen entwickelte. 1863 begründete er die Internationale Rotkreuz-Bewegung. 1901 wurde Dunant mit dem ersten Friedensnobelpreis ausgezeichnet.

8. Mai: Heute vor 185 Jahren wurde Henry Dunant geboren. Der Schweizer Geschäftsmann wurde 1859 Zeuge, wie in der Schlacht von Solferino an nur einem Tag rund 6.000 Soldaten starben und 25.000 verwundet wurden, woraufhin er Ideen für internationale Hilfsorganisationen und Verträge zum Umgang mit Kriegsgefangenen entwickelte. 1863 begründete er die Internationale Rotkreuz-Bewegung. 1901 wurde Dunant mit dem ersten Friedensnobelpreis ausgezeichnet.

Chief Philip Howard, 1927 (photo by Leslie Jones)

Chief Philip Howard, 1927 (photo by Leslie Jones)

World War One   German soldiers and dogs don gas masks in Reims, France during World War I in 1916. Only one year earlier, poison gas was deployed for the first time in war on a mass scale by the Germans in Ypres, Belgium. The battle marked the birth of weapons of mass destruction.

World War One German soldiers and dogs don gas masks in Reims, France during World War I in 1916. Only one year earlier, poison gas was deployed for the first time in war on a mass scale by the Germans in Ypres, Belgium. The battle marked the birth of weapons of mass destruction.

Rancheros 1860s

Rancheros 1860s

Summary: This photograph of physicist Lise Meitner (1878-1968) and radiochemist Otto Hahn (1879-1968) in their German laboratory was circulated in 1966 as publicity for the U.S. translation of Hahn's autobiography, Otto Hahn: A Scientific Biography. Although her work was ignored by the Nobel Committee when they awarded the prize to Hahn in 1944, Meitner received many recognitions of her importance to twentieth-century physics, including being the first woman to receive the prestigious Enrico…

Summary: This photograph of physicist Lise Meitner (1878-1968) and radiochemist Otto Hahn (1879-1968) in their German laboratory was circulated in 1966 as publicity for the U.S. translation of Hahn's autobiography, Otto Hahn: A Scientific Biography. Although her work was ignored by the Nobel Committee when they awarded the prize to Hahn in 1944, Meitner received many recognitions of her importance to twentieth-century physics, including being the first woman to receive the prestigious Enrico…

Korean War - 1951

Korean War - 1951

Iron Age Helmet Norway - History Museum Oslo

Iron Age Helmet Norway - History Museum Oslo

9 juin 1944 : le SS-Schütze Klaus Schuh (tué le 26 juin 1944) avec sa mitrailleuse MG-42 et le SS-Unterscharführer Koslowski, appartenant au SS-Panzergrenadier Regiment 25, 12. SS-Panzerdivision 'Hitlerjugend

9 juin 1944 : le SS-Schütze Klaus Schuh (tué le 26 juin 1944) avec sa mitrailleuse MG-42 et le SS-Unterscharführer Koslowski, appartenant au SS-Panzergrenadier Regiment 25, 12. SS-Panzerdivision 'Hitlerjugend

Fennicia man sailing a corbita, a small coastal vessel with two masts. Marble relief, ca. 200 AD, probably made in Africa Proconsularis (Tunisia). Found in Carthage

Fennicia man sailing a corbita, a small coastal vessel with two masts. Marble relief, ca. 200 AD, probably made in Africa Proconsularis (Tunisia). Found in Carthage

Members of the Richmond Grays militia (First Virginia Regiment) on guard duty at Charles Town, Va., during the trial of John Brown, December 1859. John Wilkes Booth temporarily joined the Richmond Grays during the trial and execution of Brown. He does not appear in this photograph. Photo courtesy Cook Collection, Valentine Richmond History Center.

Members of the Richmond Grays militia (First Virginia Regiment) on guard duty at Charles Town, Va., during the trial of John Brown, December 1859. John Wilkes Booth temporarily joined the Richmond Grays during the trial and execution of Brown. He does not appear in this photograph. Photo courtesy Cook Collection, Valentine Richmond History Center.

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