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"Human Fly" George Willig scales the exterior of the World Trade Center's South Tower in 1977. Completing the climb in 3.5 hours, he was arrested at the top after signing several autographs, and was fined $1.10 by the city - a penny for each floor he passed.
A photo taken from Robert F. Kennedy’s funeral train as it carried his casket from New York to Washington. 1968
Poles sentenced to death without trial face the firing squad in Nazi-occupied Poland, 1939
The lottery used by the Selective Service to determine who would be drafted for Vietnam. United States, 1969
Bill Gates beams into the 1997 Macworld conference, pledging a $150 million investment in his struggling competitor while the crowd jeers and boos.
A Free French soldier aids a civilian after hidden German snipers fire on crowds welcoming Allied forces rather than follow orders to surrender Paris, 1944
Young couples rejoice outside the White House during the broadcast of President Nixon's resignation speech. August 8, 1974
German soldiers salute their officers at a Parisian cafe on Bastille Day, July 1940
Finnish trade unions pay tribute to martyrs of the labour movement in front of the Helsinki Cathedral on May Day, 1971
Governor Roosevelt, himself paralyzed from the waist down, shakes hands with a fellow polio survivor on the campaign trail in 1932
A synagogue in New York holds 24-hour services on D-Day to pray for the success of Allied troops as they land on the beaches of Normandy. June 6th, 1944
Muhammad Ali greets Aretha Franklin on television in 1975. A long-time fan, she said she went to almost all of his fights after his return to the ring in the 1970s.
A man lies down on the AIDS quilt during the 1993 gay and lesbian march on Washington.
A soldadera in the Mexican Revolution, 1910s
A British punk mourns the death of Lady Diana Spencer, former Princess of Wales. London, 1997
U.S. troops deploy into the Netherlands during Operation Market Garden, 1944
Japanese Americans return to their home after internment. Seattle, 1945
British soldiers hold back civil rights protesters in Northern Ireland, 1970
Ironworkers from Local 40 build the World Trade Center antenna in New York, 1979
Confederate soldiers sit on the perimeter of Fort Sumter after a night of Union bombardment, 1863
Danes ferry Jews into neutral Sweden in 1943 during the Nazi occupation of Denmark. Thanks to the rapid efforts of the Danish resistance movement, the general sympathy of the Danish people, and a tip from a German diplomat, over 99% of Danish Jews were saved from the Holocaust.
The astronauts of Apollo 11 get a ticker tape parade welcome in New York City after their return from the Moon, 1969
Members of the Klan march through Salisbury, North Carolina, 1964.
Children in line for the opening of a new Metro station in Washington D.C., 1976
American troops in Europe perform a drag show for each other, 1943
Elements of the military loyal to President Yeltsin bombard the Russian Congress during the 1993 constitutional crisis.
Offices of the local Nazi branch in Cologne, with a banner reading "the Jews are our misfortune" Germany, 1928
Americans and Mexicans play volleyball across the border in Naco, Arizona, 1979
U.S. troops parachute into Honduras to protect the Contra fighters launching attacks into Nicaragua from the area. 1988
A man in Spokane roller skates while sweeping volcanic ash from the explosion of Mount St. Helens in Washington, 1980
Cuban refugees launch their homemade raft in a bid to reach the United States, during the 1994 raft exodus.
Russians try out some American Pepsi during the Perestroika period of reform in 1991, shortly before the end of the Soviet Union.
Women armed with Soviet weapons march in support of the People's Democratic Party of Afghanistan. Kabul, 1989
After 99 years of British rule, the United Kingdom formally hands over Hong Kong to the People’s Republic of China. 1 July 1997
Immigrants swear allegiance to the United States in front of the Bill of Rights, the Constitution, and the Declaration of Independence inside the National Archives. September 17th, 1987
Students wet from a police fire hose protest inside San Francisco City Hall against the trial of suspected communists by the House Un-American Activities Committee. 1960
Soviet soldiers examine the Nazi guillotine left behind after the capture of Poznan, Poland. 1945
President Roosevelt inspects construction on the Grand Coulee Dam in 1934, one of several public works projects in the U.S. during the New Deal.
British soldiers fire rubber bullets at Irish protesters in a Catholic neighborhood of Derry, Northern Ireland. 1969
FBI agent James Metcalfe shows a congressional committee photos of German-American Bund leaders meeting with Nazi consular officials in Chicago, 1939
Thousands march through Tiananmen Square in support of Mao's call for Cultural Revolution, Beijing 1960s
Hugo Chavez on the presidential campaign trail in 1998, six years after a failed coup attempt. Caracas, Venezuela
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