History Turns It’s Another Face To Us Via These Astonishing Photos (41 pics)

Posted in       1 Feb 2017       7870       1 GALLERY VIEW

The crush of the ocean liner SS Normandie on 9 February 1942 at New York City’s pier 88.

A sixteen-year-old Arnold Schwarzenegger at his first body-building competition.

A young Inuit girl and her husky dog, 1949.

Surfers, 1922.

Bikers, 1960s.

A boy watches television for the first time through a shop window, 1948.

James Naismith, the creator of basketball, with this wife.

A graduation ceremony, 1895.

An Iranian woman, 1960.

Margaret Hamilton, the principal software engineer for NASA, 1969.

Famous poet Joseph Brodsky with his students, Michigan, 1980s.

Linda Christian, the first ’Bond girl’, 1945.

King George VI of Britain looking serious, 1938.

Fawzia Fuad, Princess of Iran and Queen of Egypt, 1939.

Players of the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Chicago Black Hawks search for Jack Evans’ lost contact lens during an ice hockey game, 1962.

Geishas, Japan, 1920s.

The brothers Adolf and Rudolf Dassler, who founded famous sport’s companies Adidas and Puma.

The Opening Ceremony of the XXII summer Olympic Games, Moscow, 1980.

Soldiers of the Caucasus, early 20th century.

Princesses Olga and Tatyana of the Russian royal family before the Revolution, 1913.

KGB agent Vladimir Putin in disguise as family member meeting Ronald Reagan during his 1988 trip to Russia

Two Korean men defending a grocery store during the L.A Riots April 30, 1992

Two business owners preparing to defend their property, L.A Riots, 1992

Breaker boys working in Ewen Breaker of Pennsylvania Coal Co. January, 1911

A breaker boy was a coal-mining worker in the United States and United Kingdom whose job was to separate impurities from coal by hand in a coal breaker.

Richard Nixon’s resignation lunch: pineapple slices, cottage cheese, and a glass of milk. August 8, 1974

German soldiers cutting the beard of an old Jewish man, Ukraine, July 1941

Signalling the coming change in warfare, French Cavalry observe an Army airplane fly past – 1916

Commandant of the Bergen-Belsen concentration cam, Josef Kramer known as the “Beast of Belsen” paraded in irons before being sent to a POW camp to await trial. Belsen, April 1945

He was detained by the British army after the Second World War, convicted of war crimes and hanged on the gallows in Hamelin prison

Joseph Stalin, Harry Truman and Winston Churchill at the Potsdam Conference, 1945

Marilyn Monroe tries to go shopping while fans and media watch, 1957

World Head of States in 1889

From left to right: Yohannes IV (Emperor of Ethiopia), Tewfik Pasha (Khedive of Egypt), Abdülhamit II (Sultan of the Ottoman Empire), Naser al-Din Shah Qajar (Shah of Persia), Christian IX (King of Denmark), Dom Luís I (King of Portugal), Willem III (King of the Netherlands), Dom Pedro II (Emperor of Brazil), Milan I (King of Serbia), Leopold II (King of the Belgians), Aleksandr III (Emperor of Russia), Wilhelm I (German Emperor & King of Prussia), Franz Joseph I (Emperor of Austria & King of Hungary), Victoria (Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland & Empress of India), Jules Grévy (President of the French Republic), Leo XIII (Pope), Meiji (Emperor of Japan), Guangxu (Emperor of China), Umberto I (King of Italy), Don Alfonso XII (King of Spain), Oscar II (King of Sweden and Norway) and Chester A. Arthur (President of the United States).

Paintings by Adolf Hitler. Aren’t they beautiful?
Iranian women before the Islamic revolution.
At the beginning of the 20th century heroin was used to cure a cough.
New York police brass knuckles, 1864.
Just a photo from the inside of a WWI submarine —well, nothing unusual, really! Keep scrolling down!
And here is a picture of Germany in the 1930s.

Credits:  brightside.me
1   Comment ?
ejazzyjeff 6 year s ago
#23 Look what's written on their wall. What does that tell you who is doing the rioting.



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