Claude Monet, Impression, soleil levant, 1872 VS René Magritte, Le banquet, 1958 VS Claude Monet, Étretat, soleil couchant, 1883 VS René Magritte, Le soir qui tombe, 1964 VS Claude Monet, Soleil d'hiver à Lavacourt, 1879-1880 VS René Magritte, Le Monde des Images, 1961 VS Claude Monet, Soleil couchant sur la Seine à Lavacourt, effet d’hiver, 1880 VS René Magritte, Le banquet, 1957
A young Belgian couple pose next to the banner they had made to greet Allied troops when they arrived in their German-occupied town following the Ardennes Campaign during the Battle of the Bulge. December, 1944.
Designed by Emile Nagant c.1895 and manufactured c.1930′s in the USSR. 7,62x38mmR seven-shot cylinder, double action, gas seal achieved by the cylinder moving in contact with the barrel’s rear end, with the cartridge’s neck bridging the final gap, soviet Bramit-type suppressor, side loading gate and extended spring-loaded ejector rod. That’s what high-tech looked like in the early 20th century, damn good.