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Soldier stands besides his M60 machine gun, which is mounted on the steps of the U.S. Capitol to deter rioters from entering the building during the Martin Luther King Jr. assassination riots in Washington D.C. (April 1968)
American deserters being publicly humiliated in Florient, France on November 5, 1918. During WWI, 2,657 U.S. servicemen were convicted of desertion, with 24 being sentenced to death; all of the condemned were instead commuted to prison terms by President Woodrow Wilson.
25 years ago yesterday, Jurassic Park: The Ride officially opened at Universal Studios Hollywood. Here, Steven Spielberg and Jeff Goldblum lift the torches for the ride's grand opening on June 21, 1996.
U.S. gun crew from Regimental Headquarters Company, 23rd Infantry fires a 37mm gun against German entrenched positions on the first day of the Meuse-Argonne offensive (September 26, 1918)
2nd Lt. Val A. Browning does the walking fire tactic with a BAR rifle invented by his father John Browning during a demonstration in France (February 1918)
100 years ago today on Veterans Day, November 11, 1921, the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier was dedicated by President Warren G. Harding. The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier is a monument for deceased U.S. service members whose identities are not known.
The 1919 book "America’s Munitions 1917-1918" by Benedict Crowell shows the image of the Remington and Winchester shotguns employed by U.S. troops during the Western Front of WWI. The U.S. use of shotguns in WWI caused protests by Germany for their "inhumane" use in combat.
FDR addresses the anxious crowd regarding WWII at the Christmas tree lighting ceremony from the White House South Portico on Christmas Eve 1941. Winston Churchill can be seen on the right.
U.S. Marines drives into Argonne Forest, France during the Meuse-Argonne offensive, c. 1918
U.S. Marines in Peiping, China readies for deployment to lift the siege in Peking during the Boxer Rebellion, c. June 1900
A spy for the Russian Army being beheaded by Japanese troops on the outskirts of Kaiyuan during the Russo-Japanese War, c. March 1905
Balloons falls into the ring during the "This is Your Life" segment with The Rock and Mick Foley on WWF Raw is War on September 27, 1999, drawing the 5th highest segment rating in Raw history
Guests leaves the Magic Kingdom theme park at Walt Disney World in masses within hours of the 9/11 attacks (September 11, 2001)
American troops in France celebrates the news of the German armistice that stopped WWI 104 years ago today on November 11, 1918
Bret Hart looks around back at Vince McMahon after being legitimately screwed in losing the WWF Championship to Shawn Michaels in the Montreal Screwjob 25 years ago today on 11/9/1997
Members of Team Silent at Konami Computer Entertainment Tokyo during the production of the survival horror video game "Silent Hill", c. 1998
Actors Bob Hoskins and John Leguizamo playing their Gameboys on a break from filming the Super Mario Bros. movie in North Carolina, c. 1992
Parents and kids in Milwaukee, Wisconsin protests the film screening of “Silent Night, Deadly Night”, a movie about a man going on a killing spree while dressed as Santa Claus (November 1984)
U.S. Marines from the scuttled USS Yosemite in Guam, an island that was recently acquired by the U.S. from Spain following the Spanish-American War (December 1900)
U.S. Army soldier using a flamethrower on a Japanese position in Bougainville (April 4, 1944)
British soldiers arrive to assist Japanese troops in capturing the German-held Tsingtao, China, c. 1914
50 years ago today, Disney World officially opened with the Magic Kingdom theme park in Orlando, Florida on October 1, 1971. The opening helped revolutionized the theme park industry in the Orlando area.
Steven Spielberg performs a ribbon cutting ceremony as celebrities and officials watches during the grand opening of Universal Studios Florida in Orlando, Florida (June 7, 1990)
A downed B-29 crew member being taken by Japanese troops in Niigata, Japan (July 20, 1945)
Following the Great Kantō Earthquake, 22-year-old Ensign Thomas J. Ryan rescued a trapped Japanese woman from the burning Grand Hotel in Yokohama, Japan on September 1, 1923. For his actions, he received the Medal of Honor from President Calvin Coolidge six months later.
William Gaines, owner of EC Comics and co-founder of MAD magazine, defends against accusations of horror and crime comics books impacting juvenile crime during the U.S. Senate Subcommittee on Juvenile Delinquency hearing in NYC (April 1954)
LAPD officers with Winchester rifles in Los Angeles, c. 1890
U.S. Marines and laborers from German New Guinea on Guam shortly after the Cormoran incident, where a German merchant raider, "SMS Cormoran", is captured on the island by U.S. forces the same day America entered WWI on April 7, 1917
Police officers provides protection to a black civilian moving house in the Southside neighborhood of Chicago during the 1919 Chicago race riot (August 1919)
Senators look over the covers of graphic comic books at the 1954 Senate hearing in NYC to see if they had potential impacts on juvenile crime in the US. The Comics Code Authority was later adapted as a result of the hearing, banning graphic comics and putting EC Comics out of business.
Protestors pickets a theater showing the 1946 Walt Disney film "Song of the South" in Oakland, California (April 2, 1947)
Magazine cover page of June 2, 1962 shows this family among a million Pied-Noirs (non-Arab Algerians) leaving Algeria for France following Algeria's recent independence after being told of a choice between "the suitcase or the coffin"
U.S. military personnel and women celebrate New Years' Eve in New York City (December 31, 1941/January 1, 1942)
U.S. Army troops of the 2nd Infantry Division stands guard in line formation at the University of Mississippi following a race riot over the admission of black student James Meredith (October 1962)
Senator Joe Lieberman holds up a light gun revolver from Konami's "Lethal Enforcers" game during the widely publicized Congressional hearing regarding violent video games on December 9, 1993. The hearing is largely credited for the birth of the Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB).
Will Smith, Jada Pinkett Smith, and Chris Rock during the 1999 MTV Music Awards Party at Lincoln Center in New York City
Prospectors begins departing the Klondike gold fields on Steamboat Nora for Nome, Alaska to take part of another gold rush there, as dogs near the river watches (1899)
A NYPD helicopter readies to land atop the North Tower of the World Trade Center in New York to evacuate survivors stranded there, after a terrorist bomb explosion in an underground parking garage at the facility (February 26, 1993)
Jefferson County sheriff's deputies exchanges fire with the shooters while trying to protect students who managed to escape the school during the Columbine High School massacre 23 years ago today (April 20, 1999)
A U.S. Marine uses a flamethrower to drive the Japanese troops from a building on Guam as his fellow Marines turned away from the intense heat (August 3, 1944)
A U.S. Marine looks across into Cuba from the trenches while his comrade is given a haircut at Guantanamo Bay Naval Base, Cuba (November 1962)
U.S. military personnel and women having a Halloween party in Florida (October 25, 1943)
U.S. Army Spc. Grochowski, a driver with the 3rd Battalion, 69th Armor of the 3rd Infantry Division, waits along with his fellow soldiers to board a charter aircraft at Hunter Army Air Field, Georgia for deployment to the Persian Gulf region (February 18, 1998)
U.S. Army troops of the 91st Division prepares to leave a French village where they had been billeted before heading to the front during the Meuse-Argonne offensive (September 1918)
41 years ago today on December 14, 1981, Israel annexed the Syrian territory of Golan Heights. Here, Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin is brought to the Knesset in a wheelchair for the vote to annex Golan Heights, which was captured and occupied by Israel from Syria in the Six-Day War.
U.S. Marines at Guam in 1899 after the island was recently acquired by America from Spain following the Spanish-American War
At the League of Nations assembly in Geneva, Japanese diplomat Yōsuke Matsuoka defends his country's invasion of Manchuria and establishment of its puppet state there in reaction to Japan being branded as an aggressor by the League for such move (February 24, 1933)
U.S. Marines raises the first American flag on Cuban soil at Guantanamo Bay during the Spanish-American War (June 12, 1898)
Devil Dogs of F Company, 1st Marine Regiment rests in the rain during a lull in the fighting for Bunker Hill, Korea (August 26, 1952)
A U.S. Marine stares in disbelief as his fellow Marines in the background watches the black smoke coming out from the Marine barracks during the bombing of Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941 80 years ago today
20 years ago today, Nintendo Gamecube officially launches in North America. Here, an image of Mario is being projected onto the side of a building in New York during the GameCube launch on November 18, 2001.
U.S. soldiers of Company C, 1st Gas Regiment loads thermite and phosphorus shells into a Stokes mortar in Le Neufour, Meuse, France (October 27, 1918)
Pied-Noirs (i.e., European residents of Algeria) departs Algiers, Algeria for France on May 27, 1962 in anticipation of their birthplace's independence. By the 1980s, over a million Pied-Noirs fled Algeria following their homeland's independence in fear of violence and retaliation.
Lou Hoover, the wife of future President Herbert Hoover, inspects one of the cannons at a Chinese fort that shelled the community of Tientsin during the Boxer Rebellion, c. 1900
Senator Estes Kefauver holds a copy of Crime SuspenStories #22, whose cover features a man with an ax holding a dismembered head of a woman, then asks EC Comics editor William Gaines if such cover "is in good taste" during the Juvenile delinquency hearings in NYC (April 21, 1954]
John Landis sprinkles dirt on the grave of Vic Morrow at Hillside Memorial Park in Culver City, California on July 26, 1982. Morrow was killed along with two child actors three days earlier during a helicopter stunt accident on the set of Landis' segment for "Twilight Zone: The Movie".
A scare actor in her cage above the guests at the Dungeon of Terror haunted house at Universal Studios Florida's first Halloween Horror Nights, c. 1991
A U.S. Marine checks Cuban workers through the North East Gate at Guantanamo Bay Naval Base as they return to their homes in mainland Cuba (September 15, 1983)
Stan Lee signs autographs for guests on the Marvel Super Hero Island area at Universal's Islands of Adventure (1999)
Japanese diplomats leaves the League of Nations building in Geneva in February 1933 after announcing Japan's withdrawal from the organization, which voted (with only Japan opposing) to brand Japan as an aggressor for its invasion of Manchuria
American soldiers of the 14th Infantry stationed in Dyea, Alaska to maintain order during the Klondike Gold Rush era, c. 1899
Thomas F. Wilson, Mary Steenburgen, and Michael J. Fox performs the grand opening of Back to the Future: The Ride at Universal Studios Florida on May 2, 1991
U.S. Army troops with a 15-inch Rodman cannon at Alcatraz near San Francisco, California, c. 1869
A British firing squad prepares to execute a German spy somewhere on the Western Front during WWI, c. 1915
Parents and kids in Milwaukee, Wisconsin protest the cinema screening of "Silent Night, Deadly Night", a film about a man going on a killing spree while dressed as Santa Claus on Christmas Eve (November 1984
First U.S. Marines on Guam, an island ceded to the U.S. by Spain following the 1898 Spanish American War, c. 1899
"Knott's Scary Farm" at Knott's Berry Farm in Buena Park, California on October 26-28, 1973, the first Halloween event to be hosted at an amusement park
Frankenstein greets visitors on their way to the Studio Tour at Universal Studios Hollywood (1978)
Obituary image of Paul Rebalde Brooks, a 20-year-old scare actor who was killed on October 31, 1986 after falling between the two tram cars while “attacking” the moving tram during first-ever Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios Hollywood
USAAF P-38 Lightnings shoots down Japanese Fu-Go balloon bombs over Attu, Aleutian Islands, Alaska on April 13, 1945
"Sorry - This Lot Is Closed", Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California 21 years ago today on September 11, 2001
80 years ago today, Japanese troops lands on Kiska, Alaska in the first foreign invasion of U.S. soil since the War of 1812
American forces arrives at the railroad station in Tianjin, China to combat the Boxers during the Boxer Rebellion (June 1900)
American troops guards German POWs following the Battle of Belleau Wood (June 26, 1918)
Rob Zombie and The Undertaker at the Eyegore Awards at Universal Studios Hollywood and who are also at the park to promote their respective mazes for Halloween Horror Nights (October 13, 2000)
Steven Spielberg performs the cut-ribbon ceremony for the grand opening of Universal Studios Florida 22 years ago today on June 7, 1990
Carnage stands atop a pile of rubble in the “Island Under Siege” scarezone during the 2002 Halloween Horror Nights event at Universal's Islands of Adventure. In this storyline, Carnage and his henchmen ruled the area by killing the Marvel superheroes.
A New Jersey couple poses for a photo atop the Wilderness Lodge at Walt Disney World before going to the Magic Kingdom Park on the morning of September 11, 2001 shortly prior to the terror attacks
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