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    17 Vintage Photographs of The Arrival of World War II Refugees in Oswego, New York in 1944

    Before war came, they had not necessarily had much in common. Eva Bass, pictured in the photo below, was a nightclub singer; Julius Hirschler, who appears in the seventh photo, was a banker. The 981 other people with whom they traveled had lives of their own, too. By August of 1944, however, they all shared one title: refugee.

    By the time LIFE’s photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt met these individuals to photograph them for an Aug. 21, 1944, story, they had all arrived in Oswego, N.Y., where they were given army barracks in which to live. They had come from refugee camps in Italy, to which they’d made their way from 17 different countries, and had been designated to spend the rest of World War II living there under American protection. As LIFE explained, their arrival fell outside the bounds of the immigration quotas that the U.S. then used to determine who could come to stay, so they would have to go elsewhere when that time came.

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    With her baby in her arms and her young son tagging behind, Mrs. Eva Bass comes through gate to her new home at Fort Ontario.

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    The refugess line up after dinner in front of the mess halls to get two towels and one cake of soap each. Many of them were hesitant to let LIFE photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt take their pictures until they had a chance to clean up. Others were worries by the raggedness of their clothing. They said the Army took all their clothes and disinfected them in gas chambers. During the process, holes were burned and suits ruined by discoloration. "We are sorry because we wanted to look our very best when we arrived here," they explained.

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    Near-sighted V. Zobotin fills out customs declaration. One elderly Jew got out his prayer shawl, knelt in the midst of all the luggage to give thanks.

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    Refugees from Europe at Fort Ontario in Oswego, NY, 1944.

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    Refugees from Europe at Fort Ontario in Oswego, N.Y., 1944.

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    Refugees carried their own luggage to the customs depot. Boys from Oswego were hired to help but many refugees clung to possessions.

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    At camp gate Victor Franco from Tripoli waits with his daughter for his wife who is pregnant and rode in hospital car. He was afraid he might lose track of her, even though attendants told him he could see her in the hospital. He said he would wait right where he was.

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    Up camp street, arm in arm, stroll Mr. and Mrs. Michele Mikhailoff, artists from Russia. They walked to the shore of Lake Ontario.

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    Refugees from Europe at Fort Ontario in Oswego, N.Y., 1944.

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    Refugees from Europe at Fort Ontario in Oswego, N.Y., 1944.

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    Americans from Oswego line high wire fences of Fort Ontario to stare curiously at the refugees. Here one of the foreigners walks over to talk with them. He scratches his bare leg while explaining that he has a son in the U.S. Army.

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    The Dresdner family, mother, father and nine children, were confined in two concentration camps in France. In September 1943 they made their escape to Italy. Here a hungry daughter, not knowing quite how to eat gravy, simply pitches in.

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    The Albrecht family in their new barracks home. He is Jewish, she is Catholic. Their children are Peter, 10, and Renata, 5. Before war, he operated a theater in Vienna. In 1939 he went to Italy, was followed later by his wife and children.

    (Photos: Alfred Eisenstaedt—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images)

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    Now that you know. There's no more excuses!

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    I, for one, am a gentleman and I always get the door for a lady. So ladies don't touch that doorbell, let me get it for you!

     
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    18 Rare Vintage Photographs That Show Manila Before and After World War II

    In the span of 28 days, Japanese forces ravaged the once-beautiful Philippine capital, Manila. From February 3, 1945 to March 3 of the same year, Filipino and American soldiers went head to head with Japanese invaders. Ultimately, the battle ended in a blood bath of massive proportions that left the city totally devastated.

    Below are 18 vintage photos from the collection of pilot, photographer, and collector John Tewell that show the city and its people before invasion and after the Battle of Manila.

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    G. Koba Yashi Building (1940) just before the bombing and invasion by the Japanese. Manila, Philippines, late 1941.

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    Nippon Bazar. Manila, Philippines, late 1941.

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    Toyko Bazar. Manila, Philippines, Dec. 1, 1941. A view of Toyko Bazar still open and doing business in Manila one week before Japan bombed and invaded the Philippines.

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    Inside Quiapo Church looking out just before the bombing and invasion by the Japanese late 1941. Manila, Philippines.

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    American soldiers entering Intramuros. Manila, Philippines, March 2, 1945.

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    Filipinos citizens fleeing the fighting. Manila, Philippines, Feb. 1945.

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    The Metropolitan Theater after the Americans took control at the Battle for Manila. Manila, Philippines, Feb. 1945.

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    War-torn remnants photographed just after the Battle for Manila, March 1945. Manila, Philippines.

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    Intramuros, Manila, Philippines March 1945. Filipino survivors from the Santa Clara Monastery being rescued by American soldiers right after being liberated from the Japanese.

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    An arch with the sign ‘Manila Welcomes Distinguished Guests’ in a traffic circle in Manila, the Philippines, 1945. The photo was taken from Manila City Hall looking south-southwest down Padre Burgos Ave.

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    Legislative Building, Manila, Philippines, WWII damage, 1945.

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    View from Quiapo Church, Manila, Philippines, May 1945.

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    Chinese volunteers in the Philippines 1945.

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    Chinese volunteers in the Philippines 1945.

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    Lourdes Church, Recoletos Church, Intramuros, Manila, Philippines, July 1946.

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    WWII veterans against MacArthur petition signing event, University of California, USA, March 1948.

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    Manila, Pasig River, Philippines, Oct. 10, 1949.

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    Rizal Monument, Luneta Park, Manila, Philippines, Oct. 10, 1949.

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    I was pleased to get a visit from Woody today. He came by 4 times but did not stay still enough for me to catch him with my good camera. He sure drove the cat crazy.

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    Fascinating Vintage Photos of a Lambretta Wedding Ride in Milan, 1949

    Lambretta is the brand name of a line of motor scooters initially manufactured in Milan, Italy, by Innocenti. The name Lambretta was derived from a mythical water-sprite associated with the Lambrate river which also gives it name to the Lambrate area of Milan where the factory was located.

    AInnocenti started production of Lambretta scooters in 1947, the year after Piaggio started production of its Vespa models. Lambrettas were manufactured under licence in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, India and Spain, sometimes under other names, but always to a recognizable design, e.g. Siambretta in South America and Serveta in Spain. American retailer Montgomery Ward imported the Lambretta Li125 and sold it via their catalog under the Riverside captive import brand.

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    32 Black and White Photographs Show the Beauty and Misery of Winter in Boston From Between the 1910s and 1930s

    Who can forget the brutal Boston winter of the 2014-2015 season? With 64.8 inches of snow, February 2015 obliterated the previous snowiest month on record in the city.

    But Bostonians know about snow, and know how winter can be both magical and miserable. Here's a selection of 33 stunning photographs taken by Leslie Jones, staff photographer for the Boston Herald-Traveler from 1917 to 1956, documents daily life in Boston from between the 1910s and 1930s, including during its snowiest days.

    From kids riding "ice cakes" at Dorchester Bay to wagon-pulling horses slipping in the snow next to Boston Common, Jones has beautifully captured the history of Boston in the early 20th century.

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    Circa 1910s. Horse pulling wagon slips in snow.

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    Circa 1910s. Horse-drawn sleigh for hauling goods, market district.

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    Circa 1916. Severe snowstorm reaches Boston, clearing snow at corner of Park and Tremont St.

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    February 14, 1920. Wharf during a Valentine's Day storm.

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    Circa February 1920. Police officer helps woman through blinding snow during a blizzard in Boston.

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    Circa February 1920. Blizzard wreaks havoc on a working horse near South Station, breaking shaft and dumping his load of snow.

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    Circa February 1920. Horse pulling wagon slips in snow next to Common.

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    Circa 1921. Kids on sleds plough through water to enjoy ice hidden below.

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    Circa February 1922. Statue of Garrison, Comm. Ave., covered with snow.

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    Circa 1923. Mt. Vernon St. after a big snowstorm.

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    Circa 1923. Fire alarm box almost covered up by snow after severe snowstorm.

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    Circa 1923. People looking at the weather instruments on Common in snow.

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    Circa 1925. Horse slips on Tremont St.

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    Circa February 1928. Hamilton statue, Commonwealth Ave. Mall covered with snow.

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    Circa 1930. Scollay Square during a snowstorm.

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    Circa 1930. Women use umbrellas to ward off snow, during snowstorm in downtown Boston.

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    Circa December 1930. Snowstorm in Boston, corner of Tremont and Boylston.

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    Circa 1932. Skaters put up shoes in baseball backstop at Franklin Field.

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    Circa 1933. Crew shovels snow from Tremont St. near State House.

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    Circa 1934. Beacon St. snow scene from State House.

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    Circa 1935. Kids ride ice cakes in Dorchester Bay.

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    A Collection of 40 Funny and Interesting Vintage Christmas Ads from the 1940s

    Back when a carton of cigarettes, a Hoover vacuum or a shotgun (for the father, mother and son, respectively, of course) were unquestionably the perfect gifts to give. At least, that’s the impression we get today looking back at that were produced during that era, as well as the 1940s. These 40 vintage holiday advertisements are fun for a laugh, and give us an interesting look at life before the advent of complicated electronics and big-box stores.


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    Hitler Headlines from Vintage Tabloids – 14 National Police Gazette Covers Featuring Hitler’s Possible Survival from the 1950s and '60s

    Nearly two centuries ago, the National Police Gazette made history as North America’s first-ever tabloid. Its groundbreaking, no-holds-barred style changed journalism forever, and it would go on to become one of the continent’s five longest-running periodicals.

    During the 1800s, while the underbelly of America was hidden beneath the skirts of Victorian purity, the Police Gazette delighted in foisting in-your-face stories of adultery, boozing, drug taking, corruption and gambling onto a shocked public.

    The Gazette’s coverage of Adolph Hitler began predictably enough. In June 1939, even before the start of the war in Europe, the Police Gazette published an article proving Hitler was a raging homosexual. Then, following oddly little coverage during the war itself—perhaps the real-life absurdities reported daily in the newspapers were enough—a portent of things to come was published in the October 1946 issue. A caption under the photo of a Führer lookalike begins “Is Hitler Dead?” But, except for an article in September 1947, it would be another five years before the Gazette revisited the Hitler subject. And this time it would be revisited with a vengeance.

    For those keeping score, from 1951 to 1968 the Police Gazette published 76 Hitler-related articles—including 13 excerpts from Alan Bullock’s respected biography Hitler: A Study in Tyranny—and featured him on the cover 37 times, not counting a few more covers where his name was only mentioned in small print. During this period, a prominent Hitler grabber appeared on a Gazette cover an average of over twice per year.

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    33 Bizarre and Totally Outrageous Vintage Food Ads That Would Never Run Today

    Advertising has always been an interesting way look at a specific point in history. The marketing profession, after all, is based on knowing what people want, and knowing exactly what people used to enjoy can be quite useful to understanding them.

    But when you judge human history based on historical advertisements, the past will start looking a lot weirder than you thought. This gallery shows a collection of real vintage ads that would probably banned if these were published in this generation.

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    I love spam! We'll be having sweet and sour spam tonight.
     
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    Vintage Female Wrestling – 27 Amazing Photos That Show Women Fighting in the Ring in the Past

    Wrestling is a combat sport involving grappling type techniques such as clinch fighting, throws and takedowns, joint locks, pins and other grappling holds. It represents one of the oldest forms of combat, but now wrestling is increasingly becoming the performing sport for both men and women.

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    14 Hilarious Vintage Sci-Fi Movie Posters from the 1950s and 1960s

    These hilarious posters are from the 1950s and '60s. You know, the era of Creative Revolution and all that stuff. Well, if you look at the posters below you'll see some epic fails...


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    Leia on the Beach – 14 Rare Photos of Carrie Fisher from a Photoshoot for Rolling Stone Magazine in 1983

    Carrie Fisher became a cultural icon after starring as Princess Leia in the Star Wars movies. Leia’s costumes and hairstyles are considered cultural icons. Her most popular and frequently imitated outfit is her metal bikini she wore in Return of the Jedi.

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