Alberto Kalach’s Biblioteca Vasconcelos en D.F.
No girl, not today. Today you are my fucktoy, bound and placed for my pleasure alone. The only way I want to hear you is when the paddle is applied. The only sound will be the wet sounds of my cock in your cunt, the chair’s protest against my ardor, and the animal grunts of my need and release. Perhaps next time you will follow the rules and earn the pleasure I grant you.
It is not your right to speak tonight princess….
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On 6 June 1944, the Allied forces opened up a second front in Normandy to liberate France from the German occupation. 90,000 Allied troops landed on the Omaha Beach, codename for Coleville-Sur-Mer. Many were killed by German troops but the Allies managed to defeat the Germans, thus liberating France in the coming months.
Robert Capa, a war correspondent and photographer for LIFE magazine, landed with E Company of the 16th Regiment, 1st Infantry Division on Easy Red Sector of Omaha Beach to photograph the landing. For 90 minutes during the first wave of landings, Capa used four rolls of 35mm film to take his 106 photos which he delivered to a darkroom assistant for development. Unfortunately, too much heat was used to dry the negatives, the emulsions melted and ran down. Only eleven photographs survived. Here are nine.
Photos by Robert Capa / Magnum Photos