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  1. 1. Who are the people in the photograph?German students.What is the situation of the people in the photograph? Provide evidence from thephotothat tells you this.It looks as though they are headed to/from school and posing for their support of Hitler.Their school uniforms give away that they are just kids going/coming from school. Thehand sign they make, also makes it mostly obvious that they’re probably from NaziGermany.What message do you think the photographer was trying to convey?How young some of his followers are, and how they’re taught about it in school tosupport him.Why is this photograph important to history?Because it provides evidence of generally how brainwashed some Germans were inthat time, even so young.What questions does this photograph raise?What were the children learning in school that makes them support Hitler?
  2. 2. Just how much they knew about what was going on.Was it required to wear those socks?Are they really throwing the Nazi sign, or are they waving at someone?Write your own caption for the photograph:Schools teach students that Hitler’s actually cool.What could you do to find more information about this photograph?Google image it.Probably look up more on children’s education in that time period in Germany.Based on what you have observed list 3 things you might infer from thephotograph?These children have no idea what they’re actually doing.Hitler times.This is in Germany.Who are the people in the photograph?Vietnam Soldiers.
  3. 3. What is the situation of the people in the photograph? Provide evidence from thephotothat tells you this.They’re hanging out, looks by their site, not yet having been in war or fights yet. Theland is quite barren for it to be Vietnam, and there aren’t that many people actuallyaround as it is other than this group. It looks as though they might have just finishedtraining.What message do you think the photographer was trying to convey?It’s probably the difference in ethnicity, and age, and generally how they looked beforethey got into war.Why is this photograph important to history?Generally, it’s showing that these soldiers were actually carefree looking people atsome point. Simply young men, put into war.What questions does this photograph raise?What did they end up seeing?Did they even make it back?What life they led.Write your own caption for the photograph:More men dive in war head first.-What could you do to find more information about this photograph?Google image it.Typically look up more on Vietnam conditions really.
  4. 4. Who are the people in the photograph?Americans during Prohibition.What is the situation of the people in the photograph? Provide evidence from thephotothat tells you this.It’s the beginning of Prohibition, and they’re dumping out all of a bar’s liquor. The blackand white and clothing makes it noticeable that it’s much older times. Assuming, that’sliquor they’re pouring out, it only makes sense that it’s during the Prohibition of sometime.What message do you think the photographer was trying to convey?The antics that went on when Prohibition started, specifically dealing with getting rid ofthe liquor.Why is this photograph important to history?It shows just how much alcohol was liked and disliked in early society. There are somehappy people, and some not so happy looking about the event that is taking place.What questions does this photograph raise?Why are they smiling?Do those people run the bar?Are those posh guys in authority?Write your own caption for the photograph:
  5. 5. No more bar!-What could you do to find more information about this photograph?Google image it.Find out more on the early Prohibition and disposing of liquor, maybe even how itaffected those who ran bars and such.

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