sovietico:


A common practice of soldiers throughout the centuries: scrawling graffiti to honor fallen comrades, insult the vanquished or simply announce, I was here. I survived. “Columns at entrance into Chancellery gardens,” wrote Vandivert of this eerie scene, “showing bomb and artillery wreckage and names of Russians who fell fighting there.” William Vandivert, LIFE

This is one of the most beautiful pictures of the Soviet graffiti in Berlin I’ve seen. (Yeah, I’m also laughing at me being a right wet lettuce at the mo. too)

sovietico:

A common practice of soldiers throughout the centuries: scrawling graffiti to honor fallen comrades, insult the vanquished or simply announce, I was here. I survived. “Columns at entrance into Chancellery gardens,” wrote Vandivert of this eerie scene, “showing bomb and artillery wreckage and names of Russians who fell fighting there.” William Vandivert, LIFE

This is one of the most beautiful pictures of the Soviet graffiti in Berlin I’ve seen. (Yeah, I’m also laughing at me being a right wet lettuce at the mo. too)

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