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9/11: The 25 Most Powerful Photos - Photo Gallery
Explosions: Most Dramatic Photos - Photo Gallery
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Photos Gone Viral! - Photo Gallery
Mystery Extinctions - Photo Gallery
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Surf's Up: Amazing Rides - Photo Gallery
Real Faces Behind Hacker Cases - Photo Gallery
Bear Attacks! - Photo Gallery
Coolest Owls - Photo Gallery
Majestic, Soaring Eagles - Photo Gallery
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Cutest Baby Tigers You've Ever Seen - Photo Gallery
Baby Animals Playing - Photo Gallery
Baby Animals with Mom - Photo Gallery
WWII: The Pictures We Remember - Photo Gallery WWII: The Pictures We Remember - Photo Gallery No conflict in recorded history transformed the globe as thoroughly as World War II. Cities were obliterated; national borders altered; revolutionary and, in some cases, fearsome military, medical, communication and transportation technology invented; and , of course, tens of millions were killed — the majority of them civilians. Simply put, the world of August 1945, when the war ended, bore little resemblance to that of September 1939, when Nazi Germany invaded Poland. During those six long, uncertain years, LIFE covered the war with more tenacity and focus than any other magazine on earth.
Terrible Beauty: A-Bomb Tests - Photo Gallery
WWII: Allied Internees, Philippines - Photo Gallery
One scene shared by all of the 20th century’s bloodiest conflicts might have been lifted straight from The Road Warrior, or a Beckett play: spectral landscape; buildings obliterated; blasted trees; lifeless wasteland. The photographs in this gallery, for instance — pictures that starkly reference every bleak, war-battered panorama from Verdun to Iwo Jima to Chosin Reservoir to Pork Chop Hill — were made in September, 1945, in Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan. But far from chronicling the aftermath of a sustained, slogging campaign, these images — none of which were published in LIFE magazine — depict the devastation produced in a few unspeakably violent seconds. Here, presents pictures from both cities taken in the weeks and months following the bombings — bombings that killed a combined 120,000 people outright, and tens of thousands more through injury and radiation sickness. Never-Seen: Hiroshima and Nagasaki - Photo Gallery Never-Seen: Hiroshima and Nagasaki - Photo Gallery
WWII: Children of War - Photo Gallery
WWII: Dogs of War - Photo Gallery
Rupert Murdoch: Making of a Mogul - Photo Gallery