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German women watch helplessly as Russian tanks trundle into Berlin

German women watch helplessly as Russian tanks trundle into Berlin

Soviet soldiers openly sexually harass a German woman in Leipzig after the victory of WWII, 1945.

Soviet soldiers openly sexually harass a German woman in Leipzig after the victory of WWII, 1945.

Trümmerfrauen---literally translated as ruins women or rubble women, is the German-language name for women who, in the aftermath of World War II helped clear and reconstruct the bombed cities. They also tended the wounded, buried the dead and salvaged belongings, and began the grueling task of rebuilding war-torn Germany.

Trümmerfrauen---literally translated as ruins women or rubble women, is the German-language name for women who, in the aftermath of World War II helped clear and reconstruct the bombed cities. They also tended the wounded, buried the dead and salvaged belongings, and began the grueling task of rebuilding war-torn Germany.

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Rare picture of women code-breakers who operated the world's first electronic computer during WWII has been uncovered. The photo has been kept in a bureau by Joanna Chorley for 7 decades. The 88-year-old was part of the Colossus C watch at Bletchley Park in Buckinghamshire and one of the world’s first computer operators. Colossus Mk I attacked its first Lorenz-encrypted message on 2/5/1944 in a bid to decipher the highly sophisticated cipher used in communications between Hitler & his…

The women code-breakers who operated the first electronic computer during WWII

Rare picture of women code-breakers who operated the world's first electronic computer during WWII has been uncovered. The photo has been kept in a bureau by Joanna Chorley for 7 decades. The 88-year-old was part of the Colossus C watch at Bletchley Park in Buckinghamshire and one of the world’s first computer operators. Colossus Mk I attacked its first Lorenz-encrypted message on 2/5/1944 in a bid to decipher the highly sophisticated cipher used in communications between Hitler & his…

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