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Historia Ku Klux Klanu (10)

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A cross burns in the background at a KKK rally in 1925 / CHILLING images showing thousands of Ku Klux Klan members opening parading through the streets of Washington D.C. have resurfaced this week, as racial tensions in the United States continue to escalate in the wake of the sickening scenes in Charlottesville at the weekend. Images from the 1920???s show Washington streets filled with around 25,000 men and women wearing the infamous hood of the Klan, while others show Klan members standing next to airplanes before flying them over towns and cities to drop racist propaganda. Further pictures show a burning cross at a large rally, with another photo showing children wearing the Klan robes attending marches with their parents / Public Domain / mediadrumworld.com
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An eerie sight as hundreds of members gather adorned with hoods /CHILLING images showing thousands of Ku Klux Klan members opening parading through the streets of Washington D.C. have resurfaced this week, as racial tensions in the United States continue to escalate in the wake of the sickening scenes in Charlottesville at the weekend. Images from the 1920???s show Washington streets filled with around 25,000 men and women wearing the infamous hood of the Klan, while others show Klan members standing next to airplanes before flying them over towns and cities to drop racist propaganda. Further pictures show a burning cross at a large rally, with another photo showing children wearing the Klan robes attending marches with their parents / Public Domain / mediadrumworld.com
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Imperial Wizard Dr. H.W. Evans leads a march / CHILLING images showing thousands of Ku Klux Klan members opening parading through the streets of Washington D.C. have resurfaced this week, as racial tensions in the United States continue to escalate in the wake of the sickening scenes in Charlottesville at the weekend. Images from the 1920???s show Washington streets filled with around 25,000 men and women wearing the infamous hood of the Klan, while others show Klan members standing next to airplanes before flying them over towns and cities to drop racist propaganda. Further pictures show a burning cross at a large rally, with another photo showing children wearing the Klan robes attending marches with their parents / Public Domain / mediadrumworld.com
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Klan members prepare to take off to drop racist propaganda in 1922 / CHILLING images showing thousands of Ku Klux Klan members opening parading through the streets of Washington D.C. have resurfaced this week, as racial tensions in the United States continue to escalate in the wake of the sickening scenes in Charlottesville at the weekend. Images from the 1920???s show Washington streets filled with around 25,000 men and women wearing the infamous hood of the Klan, while others show Klan members standing next to airplanes before flying them over towns and cities to drop racist propaganda. Further pictures show a burning cross at a large rally, with another photo showing children wearing the Klan robes attending marches with their parents / Public Domain / mediadrumworld.com
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Members march again in Washington at a 1926 demonstration / CHILLING images showing thousands of Ku Klux Klan members opening parading through the streets of Washington D.C. have resurfaced this week, as racial tensions in the United States continue to escalate in the wake of the sickening scenes in Charlottesville at the weekend. Images from the 1920???s show Washington streets filled with around 25,000 men and women wearing the infamous hood of the Klan, while others show Klan members standing next to airplanes before flying them over towns and cities to drop racist propaganda. Further pictures show a burning cross at a large rally, with another photo showing children wearing the Klan robes attending marches with their parents / Public Domain / mediadrumworld.com
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Klan members prepare to take off to drop racist propaganda in 1922 / CHILLING images showing thousands of Ku Klux Klan members opening parading through the streets of Washington D.C. have resurfaced this week, as racial tensions in the United States continue to escalate in the wake of the sickening scenes in Charlottesville at the weekend. Images from the 1920???s show Washington streets filled with around 25,000 men and women wearing the infamous hood of the Klan, while others show Klan members standing next to airplanes before flying them over towns and cities to drop racist propaganda. Further pictures show a burning cross at a large rally, with another photo showing children wearing the Klan robes attending marches with their parents / Public Domain / mediadrumworld.com
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Children join their parents in full costume at a demonstration / CHILLING images showing thousands of Ku Klux Klan members opening parading through the streets of Washington D.C. have resurfaced this week, as racial tensions in the United States continue to escalate in the wake of the sickening scenes in Charlottesville at the weekend. Images from the 1920???s show Washington streets filled with around 25,000 men and women wearing the infamous hood of the Klan, while others show Klan members standing next to airplanes before flying them over towns and cities to drop racist propaganda. Further pictures show a burning cross at a large rally, with another photo showing children wearing the Klan robes attending marches with their parents / Public Domain / mediadrumworld.com
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Senior members of the organisation address a crowd / CHILLING images showing thousands of Ku Klux Klan members opening parading through the streets of Washington D.C. have resurfaced this week, as racial tensions in the United States continue to escalate in the wake of the sickening scenes in Charlottesville at the weekend. Images from the 1920???s show Washington streets filled with around 25,000 men and women wearing the infamous hood of the Klan, while others show Klan members standing next to airplanes before flying them over towns and cities to drop racist propaganda. Further pictures show a burning cross at a large rally, with another photo showing children wearing the Klan robes attending marches with their parents / Public Domain / mediadrumworld.com
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High-ranking KKK member ride horses through the streets of Washington / CHILLING images showing thousands of Ku Klux Klan members opening parading through the streets of Washington D.C. have resurfaced this week, as racial tensions in the United States continue to escalate in the wake of the sickening scenes in Charlottesville at the weekend. Images from the 1920???s show Washington streets filled with around 25,000 men and women wearing the infamous hood of the Klan, while others show Klan members standing next to airplanes before flying them over towns and cities to drop racist propaganda. Further pictures show a burning cross at a large rally, with another photo showing children wearing the Klan robes attending marches with their parents / Public Domain / mediadrumworld.com
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The streets of Washington are filled with KKK members during a march in August 1925 / CHILLING images showing thousands of Ku Klux Klan members opening parading through the streets of Washington D.C. have resurfaced this week, as racial tensions in the United States continue to escalate in the wake of the sickening scenes in Charlottesville at the weekend. Images from the 1920???s show Washington streets filled with around 25,000 men and women wearing the infamous hood of the Klan, while others show Klan members standing next to airplanes before flying them over towns and cities to drop racist propaganda. Further pictures show a burning cross at a large rally, with another photo showing children wearing the Klan robes attending marches with their parents / Public Domain / mediadrumworld.com
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