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Dzieci II wojny światowej (10)

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US soldiers patrol narrow streets of Caiazzo, Italy. STRIKING colourised pictures have captured the innocence of children during times of war. The vivid images show a young boy running to his dad who is marching off to battle, soldiers comforting a little girl outside a rubble-strewn house and a marine passing a gift to a small boy through a barbed-wire fence. Other incredible photographs show a youthful Russian boy smiling for the camera as he poses with his Tommy gun and grenades, German girls with Nazi uniforms collecting donations and an American soldier laughing with an Italian boy. The wartime snaps were expertly colourised by design engineers Paul Reynolds (48) from Birmingham, UK.
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Little boy and US soldier in a French village, July 1944. STRIKING colourised pictures have captured the innocence of children during times of war. The vivid images show a young boy running to his dad who is marching off to battle, soldiers comforting a little girl outside a rubble-strewn house and a marine passing a gift to a small boy through a barbed-wire fence. Other incredible photographs show a youthful Russian boy smiling for the camera as he poses with his Tommy gun and grenades, German girls with Nazi uniforms collecting donations and an American soldier laughing with an Italian boy. The wartime snaps were expertly colourised by design engineers Paul Reynolds (48) from Birmingham, UK.
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A little girl holding an umbrella watches a despatch rider attempt to clear the carbuerettor of his motorcycle in torrential rain, 4 October 1943. Italy. Paul Reynolds (48) from Birmingham, UK.
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Five-year-old Warren Bernard chases after his father Pte. Jack Bernard in New Westminster, BC, Canada, 1940. Paul Reynolds (48) from Birmingham, UK.
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US Marine and child in an internment camp, Tinian. STRIKING colourised pictures have captured the innocence of children during times of war. The vivid images show a young boy running to his dad who is marching off to battle, soldiers comforting a little girl outside a rubble-strewn house and a marine passing a gift to a small boy through a barbed-wire fence. Other incredible photographs show a youthful Russian boy smiling for the camera as he poses with his Tommy gun and grenades, German girls with Nazi uniforms collecting donations and an American soldier laughing with an Italian boy. The wartime snaps were expertly colourised by design engineers Paul Reynolds (48) from Birmingham, UK.
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Powder monkey on a Union vessel during the American Civil War. Cutlasses are visible on the wall in the background. 1911. STRIKING colourised pictures have captured the innocence of children during times of war. The vivid images show a young boy running to his dad who is marching off to battle, soldiers comforting a little girl outside a rubble-strewn house and a marine passing a gift to a small boy through a barbed-wire fence. Other incredible photographs show a youthful Russian boy smiling for the camera as he poses with his Tommy gun and grenades, German girls with Nazi uniforms collecting donations and an American soldier laughing with an Italian boy. The wartime snaps were expertly colourised by design engineers Paul Reynolds (48) from Birmingham, UK.
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The girls, part of League of German Girls, are taking donations for the German Winter Relief Organisation. STRIKING colourised pictures have captured the innocence of children during times of war. The vivid images show a young boy running to his dad who is marching off to battle, soldiers comforting a little girl outside a rubble-strewn house and a marine passing a gift to a small boy through a barbed-wire fence. Other incredible photographs show a youthful Russian boy smiling for the camera as he poses with his Tommy gun and grenades, German girls with Nazi uniforms collecting donations and an American soldier laughing with an Italian boy. The wartime snaps were expertly colourised by design engineers Paul Reynolds (48) from Birmingham, UK.
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Sainte-Marie-du-Mont, Normandy, France. June 12, 1944. American soldiers look on at the village fountain. STRIKING colourised pictures have captured the innocence of children during times of war. The vivid images show a young boy running to his dad who is marching off to battle, soldiers comforting a little girl outside a rubble-strewn house and a marine passing a gift to a small boy through a barbed-wire fence. Other incredible photographs show a youthful Russian boy smiling for the camera as he poses with his Tommy gun and grenades, German girls with Nazi uniforms collecting donations and an American soldier laughing with an Italian boy. The wartime snaps were expertly colourised by design engineers Paul Reynolds (48) from Birmingham, UK.
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Vova Yegorov, 15 year old Red Army scout. Krasnogorsk, 1942. STRIKING colourised pictures have captured the innocence of children during times of war. The vivid images show a young boy running to his dad who is marching off to battle, soldiers comforting a little girl outside a rubble-strewn house and a marine passing a gift to a small boy through a barbed-wire fence. Other incredible photographs show a youthful Russian boy smiling for the camera as he poses with his Tommy gun and grenades, German girls with Nazi uniforms collecting donations and an American soldier laughing with an Italian boy. The wartime snaps were expertly colourised by design engineers Paul Reynolds (48) from Birmingham, UK.
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Soldiers comfort girl, Colleville-sur-Mer. STRIKING colourised pictures have captured the innocence of children during times of war. The vivid images show a young boy running to his dad who is marching off to battle, soldiers comforting a little girl outside a rubble-strewn house and a marine passing a gift to a small boy through a barbed-wire fence. Other incredible photographs show a youthful Russian boy smiling for the camera as he poses with his Tommy gun and grenades, German girls with Nazi uniforms collecting donations and an American soldier laughing with an Italian boy. The wartime snaps were expertly colourised by design engineers Paul Reynolds (48) from Birmingham, UK.

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