...photo - album
I ´m offering to you a view in my comprehensive photo - archive, from actuell photos up to hundred years old pictures of the time of Kaiser Wilhelm. The old photos are coming from the assets of my ancestors and had been partly neglected for decades. That is deplorable, because the photos are representing contemporary history, even if most of them are of private matters. I bought my first photo camera in 1978, but some of my photos ´ve already reaches a historical value.
I will supply the photos with other documents of time, for example bills, certificates etc.. A view will be senseful in this case too. I ´m sure that you will be surprised.
I want to obstain the publishing of movies or videos - I made movie pictures with an super 8 camere since 1972 - at the time, because I want to secure that the website can be received also by a normal telephone - connection.
I wish you a good time by locking at the photos!
From the time of Kaiser Wilhelm, up to 1919
I own only a fwew photo, because the photographie was very expensive at that time
On the river Weser nearbei Hoexter, Westphalie at the grain harvest
Stately school for architecture Holzminden
The Second World War, the Russia campaign, at the home front, wedding during the war
Photos from a Nort German album ca. 1950
Gruga Park Essen im the Ruhr area 1952
In Cologne and Bonn 1952
Travel to Switzerland with the Volkswagen Beetle 1958
Travel to Italy of my Father Hermann Kossmann in 1950
Reconstruction of the land, the German "Wirtschafgtswunder"
Photos from Hoexter on the Weser, railroad station, Weserbergland - Hospital, inthe winter - time
Schulzeit in der katholischen Volksschule Marienschule in Wanne - Eickel
Die 1970ger Jahre
Die 1980ger Jahre Die 1990ger Jahre
nach der Jahrtausenwende
The building of the new Dayin event hall in Herne Horsthausen in 2003
The Dayin event hall, photos of 2005
Photos from the kurdish fest of the New Year, Newroz, March 20th, 2006 in the Dayin event hall
Event in cooperatione with the Herner Netz (culture club) and the Hek û Pek culture club on Sept., 9th 2005 in remembering to Robert Koldewei, who excavated Babylon