Keep going - there are literally hundreds of colour slides of the liberation of Denmark - especially the Home Army and the German Surrender.Lilie Molle has he tits and box out on the first page of this web site, so it looks promising!
Real colour or colourised? In other words someone's best guess.Keep going - there are literally hundreds of colour slides of the liberation of Denmark - especially the Home Army and the German Surrender.
If you put in the search word "dias", they will all come up....
Point of order; Lille Mølle (Little Mill residence) is the house in Copenhagen, now a museum. The painting is by Oscar Matthiesen, 1945, depicting Leda the Spartan queen. He usually painted her that way but someone's nicked her Swan.Lilie Molle has he tits and box out on the first page of this web site, so it looks promising!
Her collar ensignia indicates FANY as far as I can tell.
To answer a couple of those queries: yes, it is genuine Agfacolor, almost certainly hoarded from the Germans. Most of the 1 Airborne Brigade photos are from the operation to Liberate Copenhagen, although a few clearly show them relaxing later. This one appears to be on or near the drop-zone.I’m guessing real colour. There is some nicely pressed kit going on.
According to the caption on the website she was called Varinka Muus. I just looked her up, she was a prominent member of the Danish resistance and joined SOE after escaping to England in 1944. She died in 2002.Her collar ensignia indicates FANY as far as I can tell.
Had been around for a while and used extensively by the Germans in the first years of the war. Their film, known as Agfacolor, was characterised by a blueish tint, especially when faded. Most of the photographs on the Danish site are Agfacolor. The UK/US version was Kodachrome; there were others too.Colour film was available by 1945, not common but it did exist
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