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Auf dieser Seite stellen wir Bilder für Medienberichterstattung zur Verfügung. Die Bilder sind frei verfügbar, sofern sie im Kontext einer Berichterstattung über das Projekt «Die Dritte Welt im Zweiten Weltkrieg» Verwendung finden.









Panel with title of the exhibition
(Source: recherche international e.V.)

                      
 





African soldiers of the British colonial Army
(Source: Imperial War Museum, London)


Afrikanische Kolonialsoldaten 1939 in einem französischen Schützengraben







1939: Colonial soldiers from Africa in French trenches
 (Source: S.I.R.P.A., France)  

 






August 1944: Local porters for the Allies at the front-line in the mountains of New Guinea
(Source: National Archives, U.S. Army Signal Corps)









Colonial soldiers from Africa in winter 1944 in Northern France
(Source: S.I.R.P.A., France)








North Pacific 1944: Chamorro woman after the liberation of Guam from Japanese occupation
(Source: National Archives, U.S. Marine Corps)
   




Alice Cherki, writer, psychiatrist and victim of the anti-Semitic laws inforced in Algeria by the French collaborators of the Vichy-Regime.
Listening station 10 of the exhibition. 
(Source: recherche international e.V.)











Hwang Kum-Ju, South Corea, was abducted and abused by the Japanese Military at the age of 19.
Listening station 5 of the exhibition.
(Source: recherche international e.V.)








Biuku Gasa, local scout for the Allies on the Solomon Islands, saved the live of John F. Kennedy:
„Without me, there would have been no US president John F. Kennedy“.
Listening station 9 of the exhibition.
(Source: recherche international e.V.)







Video I with the title „Forgotten Liberators“ shows 200 portraits of men and women from third world countries, who fought against the facist powers in WWII
(Source: recherche international e.V.)


Photos from South Africa:  




May 1940: Recruting of Cape Corps voluteers
(Source: Department of Defence Documentation Centre, Pretoria)






Training of soldiers of the Cape Corps
(Source: Department of Defence Documentation Centre, Pretoria)





Preparation of soldiers from South Africa for attacs with poison gas by Italian troops in Ethiopia
(Source: Department of Defence Documentation Centre, Pretoria)






Native Military Corps
(Source: Department of Defence Documentation Centre, Pretoria)





Wheet for the Allied troops loaded on ships in a South African harbour
(Source: Department of Defence Documentation Centre, Pretoria)






The 6. South African transport division in Italy
(Source: Department of Defence Documentation Centre, Pretoria)





No guns for black solidiers: Guarding a dam during WWII with a spear (Seite 88 unten)
(Source: Department of Defence Documentation Centre, Pretoria)







Prisoners of war from South Africa in the North African desert
(Source: Bundesarchivm Koblenz, Germany)






South African troops on their way to Madagascar
(Source: Department of Defence Documentation Centre, Pretoria)






The Guardian, 10.11.1941: Soldiers demand post-war security




South African Field Marshal Jan Christian Smuts talking to black solidiers in North Africa
(Source: Department of Defence Documentation Centre, Pretoria)







WWII veteran Paul Stevens in front of the Ex-Servicemen’s Club in Cape Town
(Source: recherche international e.V.)







WWII veterans from Soweto
(Source: recherche international e.V.)



Cape Corps veterans (from left to right):
Peter Hartzenberg (prisoner of war in Tobruk, North Africa), Dennis Norman Marthinus (trompet player in a military band),
Frank Kyzer (driver in North Africa)
(Source: recherche international e.V.)







WWII veteran Frank Kyzer (participated as driver in the battle of Sidi Rezegh in North Africa)
(Source: recherche international e.V.)