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Europe is re-living this again

March 16, 2022

Subway, London, 1941 / Subway, Kharkiv, 2022

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Firefighters in London, 1940 / The State Emergency Service of Ukraine on Lobanovskyi Avenue, Kyiv, 2022

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Photographer:

Pavel Petrov

Schoolchildren crowd Ealing Broadway Station in London, 1940 / Evacuation of people at the railway station, Kharkiv, 2022

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Eastbourne, UK 1940 / Freedom Square in Kharkiv, Ukraine, 2022

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Ukrainian women during the WW2, Ukraine (Soviet Union), 1940 / More than 31,000 women serve in the Ukrainian Armed Forces, 2022

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A soldier carries an 11-year-old boy who died during the Warsaw Uprising. Warsaw, 1944 / Evacuation of the local population across the blown up bridge. Irpin, 2022.

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Photographer:

Timothy Fadek

Battle of Stalingrad, 1942 / A man from the Territorial Defense throws a Molotov cocktail. Ukraine, 2022

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Photographer:

Slava Ratynski

The end of WW2 in the USA, 1945 / More than 100,000 people gathered in Berlin to support Ukraine, Berlin, 2022

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A young child clutched the leg of his father, an American soldier, while the father lifted and kissed his wife, USA, 1944 / Small girl accompanies dad to war at the railway station. Lviv, 2022

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People settled down in the underground tunnels in WW2. London, 1941 / Shelter at Ohmadyt children's hospital basement. Kyiv, 2022

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Photographer:

Roman Pilipey

Elephant & Castle Underground Station as they shelter during an air raid alert over London. 1941 / Bomb shelter in Kyiv with children. Kyiv, 2022

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Russia’s full-scale war against Ukraine has been ongoing since February 24, 2022. Since the end of World War II, Europe hasn’t witnessed a war like this in over 76 years. Despite the slogan “Never Again” and efforts to restore the international security system, Russia fired over 900 missiles in 20 days, killing thousands of civilians and forcing over 3 million people to flee the country. Until recently, pictures of people who were hiding in shelters were only thought of in historical stories. Now, they have become a new reality in many Ukrainian cities.

Subway, London, 1941 / Subway, Kharkiv, 2022

Firefighters in London, 1940 / The State Emergency Service of Ukraine on Lobanovskyi Avenue, Kyiv, 2022 Photo: Pavel Petrov

Schoolchildren crowd Ealing Broadway Station in London, 1940 / Evacuation of people at the railway station, Kharkiv, 2022

Eastbourne, UK 1940 / Freedom Square in Kharkiv, Ukraine, 2022

Ukrainian women during the WW2, Ukraine (Soviet Union), 1940 / More than 31,000 women serve in the Ukrainian Armed Forces, 2022

A soldier carries an 11-year-old boy who died during the Warsaw Uprising. Warsaw, 1944 / Evacuation of the local population across the blown up bridge. Irpin, 2022. Photo: Timothy Fadek

Battle of Stalingrad, 1942 / A man from the Territorial Defense throws a Molotov cocktail. Ukraine, 2022 Photo: Slava Ratynski

The end of WW2 in the USA, 1945 / More than 100,000 people gathered in Berlin to support Ukraine, Berlin, 2022

A young child clutched the leg of his father, an American soldier, while the father lifted and kissed his wife, USA, 1944 / Small girl accompanies dad to war at the railway station. Lviv, 2022

People settled down in the underground tunnels in WW2. London, 1941 / Shelter at Ohmadyt children's hospital basement. Kyiv, 2022 Photo: Roman Pilipey

Elephant & Castle Underground Station as they shelter during an air raid alert over London. 1941 / Bomb shelter in Kyiv with children. Kyiv, 2022