User: PeJae (reddit)
Number of photos: 71
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A young private waits on the beach during the Marine landing at Da Nang, 1965.
FDR using help to get out of his car, One of the few photos that show his paralytic illness, journalists and photographers avoided showing the president in this weak state especially during WWII, taken in the 24th of September 1932.
"Kombat" Heroic image of a Soviet political commissar of the 220th Infantry Regiment calling soldiers to an assault, Eastern Front, in Soviet Ukraine, 12 July 1942. it has been said that the subject of this photo died minutes after it was taken.
frozen Niagara falls, 1911.
A red cross nurse writing down last words of mortally wounded soldier, taken around 1917.
American WWI veterans at a reunion, 1978.
A Chechen man prays during the First Battle of Grozny, January 1995. The flame in the background is coming from a gas pipeline which was hit by shrapnel.
General and future president Ulysses S. Grant, 1863. (colorized by me)
Infantrymen of the 1st Australian division during a rest, taken at Ypres, Belgium, 1917. (colorized by me)
This Chinese soldier, age 10, with heavy pack, is a member of an army division boarding a plane returning them to China, following the capture of Myitkyina airfield, Burma, under the allied command of US Major General Frank Merrill, May 1944.
One of the oldest known photos of a Klansman in costume (many ex-confederate soldiers were denied the right to bear arms, so he's holding a spiked club), taken around 1869.
A German soldier shares his ration with a Russian mother, 1941.
17 year-old Lee Harvey Oswald (John kennedy's assassin) in the marines, 1956.
One of only 2 existing photographs of Frederic Chopin, taken in 1849, a few months before his death.
A propaganda poster showing Hitler feeding squirrels: "The Führer loves animals before anything else!”. taken in the 1930's.
An exhausted Turkish soldier returns home on foot from the 1st Balkan war, 1913.
Elizabeth being crowned and enthroned at her coronation, 1953.
A dry Niagara falls, 1969.
"brig upon the water" Early high-dynamic-range imaging sample, by exposing two monochromatic negative images (one for the sky, the other for the sea) taken by Gustave le Gray in 1856
A German girl is overcome with emotion as she walks past the exhumed bodies of some of the 800 slave workers murdered by SS guards at Nammering, Germany, and laid here so that townspeople may view the work of their Nazi leaders, may 17th 1945.
A German woman facing public humiliation because of a romantic affair with a Polish man, the sign says “I am expelled from the People’s Community!” taken in Altenburg, Germany in 1942 .
photo of the partially excavated Great Sphinx of Giza, with the Pyramid of Khafre (left) and the Great Pyramid of Giza (right) behind it. taken around 1878.
Franz Joseph of Austria (born 1830) with his great-grandnephew Otto von Habsburg, the latter died in 2012. taken in 1914.
Joseph F. Ambrose, an 86 year old WWI veteran attending the dedication day parade for the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C., on November 13, 1982. he is carrying the American flag that covered the casket of his son who died in the Korean war.
18 year-old Future united states president Dwight Eisenhower, second from right in top row, and his Abilene High School baseball teammates in Kansas in 1908.
Otto Richter, a German Jew, and his wife protesting his deportation back to Germany by the U. S. immigration authorities, Ellis island, NY. 12th of June 1936.
An American POW being released by North Vietnamese and Viet Cong captors in February 1973.
Great wall of China, 1907.
Finnish soldiers raise the war flag at the three-country cairn between Norway, Sweden, and Finland. this photo represents the end of WWII in Finland, 27th of April 1945.
A crying Sudeten woman as she dutifully salutes Adolf Hitler as German forces sweep into Czechoslovakia, October 1938.
1882 studio portrait of the (then) last surviving Six Nations warriors who fought with the British in the War of 1812: (left to right) John Smoke Johnson, John Tutela and Young Warner.
A woman standing in the frozen Mississippi river, St. louis, Missouri, taken in February 1905.
Imperial Japanese soldiers climb the great wall of China, November 5th 1937.
The Lysenko brothers, all of them fought and survived WWII, a reunion in 1982.
Child soldiers on the battle of Okinawa, 1945.
A U.S. Army infantryman is lowered into a Viet Cong tunnel to perform an underground search and destroy mission during the Vietnam War. These soldiers, known as tunnel rats, were equipped usually only with a handgun and flashlight, and besides enemy forces, faced traps and insects. 1967.
Laura Bridgman, the first deaf-blind American child to gain significant education in the English language, 50 years before Helen Keller, taken around 1845.
Stonehenge reconstruction, taken around 1919.
Joseph Beyrle, the only American soldier to have served with both the U.S. army and the soviet red army, taken in Ramsbury in 1943. (colorized by me)
Hungarians burning an image of Joseph Stalin during the anti-communist revolution of 1956.
WW1 french soldiers using a prejector to locate a zeppelin somewhere in france, 1918
About 100 people participate in a lottery to divide a 12 acre plot of sand dunes, that would later become the city of Tel Aviv, 1909
Moments before the Famous "raising flag on Iwo Jima" was taken, 1945.
Crash landing of a U.S. Navy Grumman F6F-3 Hellcat aboard the aircraft carrier USS Enterprise. Lieutenant Walter L. Chewning, the Catapult Officer, is seen climbing up the plane's side to assist the pilot from the burning aircraft. The pilot escaped without injury. November 10th 1943.
Ancient Ruins in the Cañon de Chelle, N.M. by Timothy O’Sullivan, 1873.
German infantry during battle of Tannenberg, 1914. despite having numerical superiority, the Russians suffered 170,000 casualties compared to the Germans' 13,000. it was one of the biggest disasters of WWI.
The statue of louis agassiz, a Swiss-American biologist, after the 1906 San Francisco earthquake.
U.S. Marines, led by First Lieutenant Baldomero Lopez, landing at Incheon. he was killed minutes in action while covering a live grenade with his body, posthumously awarded the medal of honor. taken in september 1950.
A Polish woman and her grandchildren at an American Red Cross evacuation camp in Tehran, Iran. 1943.
A 1908 photo of child laborers in a glass factory in Indiana, United States, taken by Lewis Hine for the National Child Labor Committee, which formed after the 1900 census revealed that about 1 in 6 children between the ages of five and ten were gainfully employed.
Marie Louise, second wife of napoleon Bonaparte. taken in 1847.
Aerial view of Hiroshima, Japan, one year after the atomic bomb blast shows some small amount of reconstruction amid much ruin on July 20, 1946. The slow pace of rebuilding is attributed to a shortage of building equipment and materials.
After developing calcium deposit growth, the founder of North Korea, Kim Il-sung had a baseball-sized neck tumor on the back of his head. North Korean propaganda officials only photographed his left side to hide it, 1984.
Students watching a movie in the Abo elementary school and undeground fallout shelter, built at the height of the cold war, 1960's.
The NASA Space Shuttle Enterprise at the Palmdale manufacturing facilities with cast members from Star Trek and NASA staff in 1976.
A portrait of Edward M. Thomas, one of the Tuskegee Airmen, the first African American pilots in United States military history, as the American military was still racially segregated during WWII. taken in March 1945.
Adolf Hitler (far right) in WW1, sitting among soldiers of the 1st company of the list regiment, 1914-1918.
A chain gang of young African-American convicts in the Southern United States, 1903. A common practice historically in the American South, prisoners would be chained together to perform menial or physically challenging work (even in public, outside prison) as a form of punishment.
A ceremony marking the completion of the First Transcontinental Railroad, it was held at Promontory Summit in the Utah Territory on May 10, 1869.
"Bloody Saturday" A Chinese baby crying in the middle of the ruins of the Shanghai south railway station after a Japanese air attack that struck civilians during the battle of shanghai, second Sino-Japanese war, taken by H. S. Wong in 1937.
Earliest known photo of Niagara falls, taken in 1840 by Hugh Lee Pattinson.
"Leap into freedom" 19 year-old east German guard Konrad Schumann escaping to west Germany during the construction of the berlin wall, 1961.
Bodies of U.S. Marines on the beach of Tarawa. The Marines secured the island after 76 hours of intense fighting. Over 6,000 American and Japanese troops died in the fighting. taken in 1943.
Former commander of the confederate army Robert E. Lee in the years after the civil war, wearing civilian clothing, taken one year before his death in may 1869.
A scene from the Prague spring, 1968.
American sailors stand amid wrecked planes at the Ford Island seaplane base, watching as the USS Shaw explodes in the center background during the Japanese raid on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii on December 7, 1941.
Ottoman surrender of Jerusalem, December 9th 1917.
Chairman Mao swimming in the Yangtze, 1966. a widely circulated propaganda photo showing that the then 73 year-old leader was still in great health.
Finnish Infantry on a march behind the Moscow peace treaty line. Ruskeala September 22, 1944.
Brigadier General J V Campbell addressing troops of the 137th Brigade (46th Division) from the Riqueval Bridge over the St Quentin Canal, 1918.
German observation balloon, 1916.
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