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German world war 1 veteran begs at the streets of Berlin, Germany 1923
Testing a bulletproof vest. Sept. 13, 1923. (colorized by me)
On this day in 1923, English archaeologist Howard Carter entered the sealed burial chamber of King Tutankhamen. Here he is examining the sarcophagus.
The Moulin Rouge nightclub at Montmarte, Paris, 1923
Lenin after his third stroke, 1923. This picture was prohibited in USSR at the time.
Vladimir Lenin's last photo. He had had three strokes at this point and was completely mute, 1923
german kids flying a kite made of worthless money during hyperinflation 1923
Chevrolet Wreck, USA, 1923
A snowball fight between Republicans and Democrats held at the Capital in Washington, 1923
Racing some cars on the roof of the Fiat Factory. Turin, Italy (1923)
Racing cars on the roof of the Fiat Factory in Turin, Italy (1923)
The original 'Hollywood' sign shortly after its completion, c. 1923.
Harold Lloyd filming the clock scene from “Safety Last”, 1923
The last photograph of Vladimir Ilyich Lenin before his death, 1923
1 US Dollar Worth Of German Paper Money During A Period Of Hyperinflation. 1923.
A disabled war veteran begging, Berlin, 1923
Begging, one-legged war veteran in uniform with medals, in 1923
Capt. Lowell H. Smith and Lt. John P. Richter receiving the first mid-air refueling on June 27, 1923, from a plane flown by 1st Lt. Virgil Hine and 1st Lt. Frank W. Seifert
Child laborers, Finland, 1923
The 36th and final Ottoman Sultan Mehmed VI hurriedly departs from the royal palace after abolishing the 600 year old monarchy, Jul 24, 1923
Bugatti Type 32 "Tank de Tours" in the 1923 French Grand Prix - finished 3rd
Testing a bulletproof vest, 1923
Russian poet, body-builder & futurist Vladimir Goltsshmidt hypnotizing a chicken, 1923
W.H. Murphy and his Associate Demonstrating their Bulletproof Vest on October 13, 1923
Times Square at night, 1923
Protesters fighting against police brutality and for better wages. c.1909-1923.
King George V watching the crowd at the first FA Cup Final hosted at Wembley Stadium spill onto the pitch, 1923
Mugshot of bootlegger John Haskins who was arrested for having two stills and a great amount of moonshine in Portland, Oregon, 1923.
German kids playing with stacks of German Marks. Due to hyperinflation, this was probably worth less than $1, 1923.
Boxing match held on board USS Texas (BB-35) during Battle Fleet maneuvers off Panama in 1923
Boxing at Yankee Stadium. 1923
Testing of the first new bulletproof vests, 1923
Surveying the future. Los Angeles, 1923.
Testing a bullet proof vest 1923 (855 × 699)
Victims of the Great Kanto Earthquake, 1st September 1923, photo by Robert L. Capp
Boys of the Na Fianna Éireann (Irish nationalist youths) posing after practicing first aid. circa 1914-1923
Testing the first Bulletproof Vest - W.H. Murphy of the Protective Garment Corp. of New York stood less than ten feet from Deputy Sheriff Charles W. Smith in police headquarters and let the deputy fire a .38 caliber revolver straight at his chest - 1923 - Washington D.C. U.S.A. -
Howard Carter and a worker examine the golden sarcophagus of Tutankhamen in Egypt, 1923 - colorized
The original Yankee Stadium on opening day, 95 years ago - April 18, 1923 (Demolished 2009)
Cycling down the Eiffel Tower, 1923
Capt. Lowell H. Smith and Lt. John P. Richter receiving the first mid-air refueling on June 27, 1923, from a plane flown by 1st Lt. Virgil Hine and 1st Lt. Frank W. Seifer
Sightseers at Beachy Head, Eastbourne, England. 1923.
Train Wreck At Ballyvoyle Viaduct, County Waterford, Ireland, January 31, 1923
Turkish and Arabic residents celebrate the treaty of Lausanne between the Allies and Turkey by ritually slaughtering a goat, Wünsdorf, Germany, 1923
The first aerial refueling - 1923...
Occupation of Ruhr. French troops entering Essen, 1923
Celebrating the Battle of St. George's Caye Day in Belize City, Belize, September 10, 1923
1923 Electric Dog concept by Hugo Gernsback - designed to follow a magnetic walking stick - article link in comments
Occupied Ruhr. French cavalry at Gelsenkirchen, Germany. March 1923
Halide Edip, the 'Joan of Arc' of Turkey, in earnest conversation with Mustafa Kemal Paşa, Commander-in-Chief of the Turkish Forces. 1923.
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