Rare, HD Footage Of Berlin In 1945

Archive footage of Berlin, collected and colorized by Kronos Media.

Amputees hobble around bombed out buildings and German civilians attempt to rebuild their city in this rare, high-definition footage of Berlin after the war. In it, we can see Soviet troops beginning their occupation of East Berlin as they begin to dismantle any evidence of the Third Reich. At one moment, a young blonde girl smiles genuinely at the camera, and the truth of war is made simple: the civilians, on both sides, are mostly innocent.

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Videographer Captures His 16 Surreal Days In Antarctica

Archive footage of Berlin, collected and colorized by Kronos Media.

After 20 days of traveling to what might be considered the world’s final frontier, Kalle Ljung offers the less daring–or perhaps less-monied–of us a surreal taste of Antarctica. Ljung and his traveling companions kicked off their excursion from Ushuaia, Argentina, then rounded Cape Horn to cross the Drake Passage and venture into Antarctica’s Melchior Islands, where Ljung stayed for 16 days. What he saw was absolutely breathtaking.

What Happens When The Well Runs Dry?

Archive footage of Berlin, collected and colorized by Kronos Media.

Centuries ago, Thomas Fuller wrote that “We never know the worth of water [until] the well is dry.” And while he penned that in a 1727 publication, Introductio ad prudentiam: Part II, his words resonate today in a number of obvious ways.

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The Uyuni Salt Flats: Where Land Is Indistinguishable From Sky

Archive footage of Berlin, collected and colorized by Kronos Media.

One glimpse at the Uyuni salt flats, and you might ask yourself if you’re dreaming. But no, this place is not made of dreams–it’s made of salt.

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