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The Go lden Gate Bridge during
construction in 1935
America n soldiers in Exermont in the
Argonne Forest listening to one of their
comrades play an organ in a church, 1918
Aerial view of US 2nd Armored Division tanks fanning out as they fight across the fields where German self-propelled guns behind burning houses have open fire on
the tanks 4,000 yards from the Rhine River, 1945
Afterhours alcohol seller illegally pouring drinks on the Berlin streets, May 1929
Oscar II during the ceremonial opening of the Swedish Riksdag, 1905. To his left sits the dukes of Närke, Södermanland and Västergötland
Mom an d son watching the mushroom
cloud after an atomic test, Las Vegas,
Mount Vesuvius eruption in the midst of WWII, as captured by American pilots, March 1944
Last four couples standing in a Chicago dance marathon, 1930
Using a traditional Japanese blade, 17-year-old Otoya Yamaguchi assassinates socialist politician Inejiro Asanuma in Tokyo, Japan, October 12th, 1960
Sad clown Emmett Kelly, in his performer's makeup, carrying a bucket of water in the aftermath of the Hartford circus fire of July 6, 1944, in which at least 167 people
were killed. The tragedy is often called "the day the clown cried" due to this photo
The german embassy in Sweden flying the flag at half mast april 30th 1945, the day Hitler died
Railway gun prepares for the invasion of Poland
Sailors at Pearl Harbor watch as the USS Shaw explodes during the Japanese attack. December 7, 1941
Crowded ship bringing American troops back
to New York harbor after V-E Day, 5/8/1945
Horten Ho 229 flying over Gttingen, Germany. It was the first pure flying wing powered by a jet engine. 1945.
Howard Hughes inside of the H-4 Hercules, more widely known as the Spruce Goose. At the time, it was the largest airplane ever created.
Train D erailment at Gare
Montparnasse, Paris, France.
Looks like a bad day to mow your lawn. Pictured are lineups at a gas station during the 1973 fuel shortage.
Elisabeth "Lilo" Gloeden stands before judges, on trial for being involved in the attempt on Adolf Hitler's life, 1944.
Soviet soldiers pose with 'Hitler's Globe'. Berlin, Germany, 1945.
USS Nautilus visiting New York in 1956. It was the world's first nuclear-powered submarine.
For the 50th anniversary of the Golden Gate
Bridge in 1985, 300,000 people crossed it on
foot. The weight caused the bridge to sag by
Rip, a rescue dog who found one hundred victims of air raids in London between 1940 and 1941. He received the Dickin Medal for bravery in 1945.
The fuel tanks of the B-24H Liberator "Little Warrior" explode over Germany after being hit by anti-aircraft guns in 1944.
Anastasia shares a smoke with her father, Tsar Nicholas II two years before their assassination in 1916.
The Japanese "War Tuba" used to locate enemy aircraft before the invention of radar. Circa 1930.
Ham the chimp returns to Earth following his historic 16 minute space flight in 1961.
An iceberg photographed in 1912 bearing an unmistakable mark of black and red paint. It is believed that this is the iceberg that sank the Titanic.
Allied forces mock Hitler from atop his balcony
at the Reich Chancellery at the end of WWII.
This is a manninquin from an
atomic bomb test site in Nevada
during the mid-50s.
The 1968 Olympics Black Power Salute African American athletes Tommie Smith and John Carlos raise their fists in a gesture of solidarity at the 1968 Olympic
games. Australian Silver medalist Peter Norman wore an Olympic Project for Human Rights badge in support of their gesture. When Norman died in 2006, Carlos
and Smith were pallbearers at his funeral.
Fritz, a television celebrity bulldog, is shaved by a Californian barber. April, 1961
President Richard Nixon trying to figure out how to use chopsticks while visiting in China. 1972.
Driver of a Bugatti Type 13 has a bit of a mishap 1920s
Dinosaurs are transported on the Hudson River to the 1964 World's Fair.
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