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Coca and Alcohol abuse was already a serious problem for Indigenous peoples in 1954 when Peter Bock-Schroeder took this photo on the streets of Lima, Peru.
The average miner lived in a hut; no bed, no windows, 5 or more family members cramped together. Even as late as 1961, the average lifespan was 25 and infant mortality was at 60%.
Indigenous people hold title to substantial portions of Peru, primarily in the form of communal reserves.
According to most scholars Etchmiadzin was the first cathedral built in ancient Armenia, and is often considered the oldest cathedral in the world.
Stalin and Lenin almost come alive in this photograph of a statue in Moscow in 1956.
"It is astounding: nothing there reminds you of the huge battle except a tank turret on a stone pedestal and an inscription. For me, that photo is Stalingrad." - PBS