The presence on some mounts of a stamp linked this group of vintage silver prints to a German geographer Bernhard Brandt (21.3.1881 Berlin - 20.1.1938 Prag). The captions point out only monuments and historical walls, but the photographs captured rare vision of empty streets and ghosty silhouettes. The presence of fires near a church and the general feeling of hunger among the rare humans indicate we are after November 1917.
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