User: vienna95 (reddit)
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Nazi Rally being held at the "Cathedral of Light" in Nuremberg. Designed by Albert Speer, the "cathedral" actually consisted of 152 anti-aircraft searchlights, at intervals of 12 metres, aimed skyward to create a series of vertical bars surrounding the audience. 1930's.
At the 50th anniversary of the battle of Gettysburg, Union and Confederate veterans shake hands. 1913
Adolf Hitler becomes Chancellor of Germany. January 30, 1933.
U.S. Paratroopers, their hair cut Mohawk-style, are briefed for the next day's jump across the Rhine. Arras, France. 1945.
The last photograph taken of US President William McKinley minutes before he was assassinated. September, 14 1901.
Portrait of William Henry Harrison, 9th President of the United States. He was the first President to be photographed, this was taken on his inauguration day on March 4, 1841. He would die thirty days later.
A circus dwarf eats at a diner in New Jersey. 1958.
A U.S. fighter jet flies over burning Kuwaiti oil fields set ablaze by retreating Iraqi forces. Gulf War. 1991.
First ever self-portrait photograph of a human. The photographer, Robert Cornelius had to remain motionless for 10 to 15 minutes to capture the picture. 1839.
11th US President James K. Polk and his wife and First Lady Sarah Polk. 1840's.
U.S. paratroopers crossing a river in southern Vietnam, 1965. (Colorized)
Captured German troops in June 1944. From D-Day until Christmas 1944, German prisoners of war were shipped off to American detention facilities at a rate of 30,000 per month. (Colorized)
Sixth US President John Quincy Adams (1825-1829). He was born on July 11, 1767, 250 years ago. Photographed in the 1840's
Fidel Castro and Che Guevara fishing. 1960.
Theodore Roosevelt with his family. From left to right, Quentin, TR, Ted, Archie, Alice, Kermit, Edith, and Ethel. 1903.
The original uncropped version of the famous "Guerrillero Heroico" image of Che Guevara. Taken at the funeral of victims of the La Coubre explosion. March 5, 1960.
Former U.S. President William Howard Taft, current President Warren G. Harding, and Robert Lincoln (son of Abraham Lincoln) at the commemoration of the Lincoln Memorial. 1922.
Color photograph of John F. Kennedy and his family. 1962.
Union Soldiers from a New York regiment pose making a human pyramid in front of a house, c. 1861.
Robert Todd Lincoln, only son of President Abraham Lincoln to live to adulthood. 1910s.
The fourth inauguration of the Franklin D. Roosevelt, due to the wartime austerity measures the parade and most celebrations were canceled and FDR gave one of the shortest inauguration speeches of any President. 1945.
Jeb Bush and Columba Bush on their wedding day, February 23, 1974.
Inauguration of 15th President James Buchanan. The first inauguration to be photographed. March 4, 1857.
New York City street. 1911.
President Lyndon B. Johnson meets with presidential candidate Richard Nixon, July 26, 1968
U.S. President William McKinley delivers his final speech the day before his assassination. September 5, 1901.
Reich Chancellor Adolf Hitler, President Paul Von Hindenburg and minister Hermann Goering attend the Tannenburg Memorial Parade in East Prussia to commemorate Hindenburg's victory over Russian forces in 1914, August 27th 1933 -
German Field Marshal Erwin Rommel and staff during the Battle for France, June 1940.
U.S. First Army troops on the Ludendorff Bridge four hours before it collapsed into the Rhine killing 28 men and injuring another 63, March 17, 1945.
The German Embassy in Stockholm, Sweden flying the Nazi flag at half mast April 30th 1945, the day Hitler died.
Hugh Hefner in 1962.
Paul von Hindenburg, Kaiser Wilhelm II, and Erich Ludendorff going over war plans at German General Headquarters. January 1917.
The utter devastation of Phnom Penh, Cambodia after bombardment by the Khmer Rouge. April 1975.
Field Marshal Paul von Hindenburg and General Erich Ludendorff, ca.1916.
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