Historical Art PhotoNews Posters Circa 1946 - 1952
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Russia’s Stalingrad Still Suffering War Siege
Russian Teacher Jumped From Consulate Window
Scenes from the city which withstood Germany's most powerful onslaught 24 May 1947 in the last war: 1. Thousands live in caves and basements. 2. Potatoes cost $1.25 a pound. 3. Farmers rely on primitive mode of transportation. 4. Clearing of debris is being done, largely, by German prisoners-of-war.
Russian Teacher Who Jumped From Consulate Permits Mrs. Oksana Kasenkina, whose leap from alleged imprisonment in Picture Consulate, in New York, led to international complications, permits cameramen to take her picture in Roosevelt Hospital but her weakened condition forced postponement of interview with the press. Attending nurse is Miss Marion Daly.
Russian Teacher Suffers Mysterious Fall
Mrs. Oksana Kisenkina, Russian school teacher who is subject of an international controversy over her alleged kidnapping and incarceration in the Soviet Consulate in New York, jumped or fell from the building to a courtyard where she is shown being picked up by consulate workers. She was removed to a hospital over Russian protests.
U.S. Secretary of State, George C. Marshall, center, shakes hands with May 7, 1947 Soviet Foreign Minister Vyacheslav M. Molotov, on arrival at first party given for the delegates to the Big Four Conference in Moscow. At left is Molotov's daughter.