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An unidentified black South African woman defiantly shows her passbook.
Several Congolese women dance together.
A group of women hold signs in demonstration against the pass laws in Cape Town on August 9, 1956, the same day as the massive women’s protest in Pretoria.
A crowd of women standing in line at a polling station in the Weimar Republic in 1919, the first year women were allowed to vote.
Women and children wait in line in Berlin, in hopes of buying sub-standard meat during a period of hyper-inflation in Weimar Germany (1923).
Jewish women and children from Subcarpathian Rus, a region of Ukraine, who have been selected for death at Auschwitz-Birkenau walk toward the gas chambers.
The Wong family expands. In California, the Wong family prospered, its members going to school and building a fortune cookie business.
This woodcut print shows the Russian Tsar Nicholas II waking from a nightmare showing the battered and wounded military equipment of the Russian forces returning (in defeat) from battle with the Japanese.
First Sign: Workers demonstration against bread tax and high rents! Second Sign: The upperclass form a dictatorship of wealth against the working class! Trans. Inge Spiegel.
Founded in 1985, the Congress of South Africa Trade Unions (COSATU) calls for “One country, one federation” with the goal of uniting the South African people.
This chart shows the German population in both 1910 and 1925, and illustrates the demographic impact of World War I on the German people.
World War I was fought between the Central powers and the Allied powers simultaneously on several fronts in western Europe, eastern Europe, and the Middle East. See full-sized image for analysis.