User: Feiruzz (reddit)
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George Carlin being arrested for violating wisconsin's obscenity laws after performing the controversial routine "Seven Words You Can Never Say On Television" May 27th 1972
American soldier wearing the crown of the Holy Roman Empire in a cave in Siegen, Germany, on April 3, 1945.
Dead Italian soldier holding a photograph of his child, north Africa, WWII, c. 1940's
Indian soldiers burying dead Pakistani soldiers according to Islamic rituals after Pakistan refused to accept their bodies, Kargil war, 1999.
A Romanian soldier giving a sign of victory after the 1989 revolution, having removed the communist insignia from his headwear.
Hitler rehearsing a speech in front of a mirror, taken by his personal photographer Heinrich Hoffman, 1925.
Israeli soldier taking a glass of water from the Jordan river after The Six Day War, On his left arm is a serial number from the Holocaust. July 1967.
Grand Central Terminal, NYC, The sun can't shine through like that now due to the surrounding tall buildings. 1929.
A boy holding a stuffed animal amid ruins following German aerial bombing of London, 1945. his mother, father and brother all dead and buried under the rubble.
Soviet soldier carrying the head of a statue of Hitler, Berlin 1945
A native American man looking over the newly completed transcontinental railroad in Nevada, 1869.
Argentine soldier in the Falklands war, 1982
Australian soldiers of the 4th Division field artillery brigade on duckboard track in Château Wood, near Hooge, Ypres salient, 29 October 1917. Photo by Frank Hurley
Female models wearing swimsuits and Ortho Ammonium Sulfate bags, posed next to bagging machines, 1956.
"korean war goodbye kiss" Private Robert Moye leans out of a train to kiss his wife goodbye, LA, California, 1950.
A Soviet Mi-24 Hind pilot with an AKS-74U, Soviet war in Afghanistan, 1980's.
Filming an episode of “The French Chef” with Julia Child, 1963.
The Hollywood sign was changed by a prankster in 1976, following the passage of the state's relaxed marijuana law.
A young boy greets his father, a soldier allowed to return home for Christmas, 1944.
Earliest known photo of Jerusalem, taken in 1844 by Joseph-Philibert Girault de Prangey.
Father Christmas exchanges his red hood for a helmet to deliver presents during the London Blitz, 1940.
Richard Flaherty (far right) at 4'9", he was the shortest man to serve in the Vietnam war. He was a captain in the 101st airborne division, he was noted for bravery and got a silver star, 2 purple hearts and bronze stars. taken in 1968.
Ottoman troops with ski equipment in the Caucasus campaign, 1915.
The members of the National League's around the world tour in 1888-89, pose on the Great Sphinx in Giza, Egypt, for a portrait in February of 1889.
old photographic tradition - medical students taking pictures with their cadavers as sort of a first portrait into the medical field. A common trope was "the Student's Dream" where the medical student was being dissected by his cadavers, c. 1890's-1900's.
In the Kutno ghetto (Poland) this young Jewish woman manages to smile brightly for the camera as she poses for Hugo Jaeger, Hitler's personal photographer. 1939
KKK members riding a Ferris wheel in Canon city, Colorado, April 1926.
22 year-old corporal Leonard Hayworth in the Korean War cries after running out of ammunition and losing most of his men, 1950. he was later killed in combat. taken by David Douglas Duncan.
Mikhail Kalashnikov and Eugene Stoner holding each other's designed rifles. They met at Washington DC in 1990.
ne of the last photos taken of 9 russian hikers in the Ural mountains before they found dead and with injured bodies in the snow under mysterious circumstances in what became known as the "Dyaltov pass incident" which remains unsolved, february 1959.
17 year-old pacifist Jane Rose Kasmir offering flowers to a soldier at the pentagon during anti-Vietnam war protest, 1967.
Japanese WWII veteran plays guitar on the streets of Asakusa , early 1950's. taken by werner bischof.
As a form of legal punishment in 19th century China, this man is forced to wear a cangue around his neck and rely on passerbys for food, taken by John Thomson in Shanghai, c.1870
Dracula actor Bela Lugosi serving as a lieutenant in the Austro-Hungarian army in WWI, 1914.
animals being used as a medical therapy, 1956.
An American serviceman shares his rations with two Japanese children in Okinawa, 1945.
Jewish soldiers in the German Army celebrate Hanukkah on the Eastern Front, 1916.
A very large organ pipe cactus in Baja California, 1895.
Shell Shocked U.S. marine waiting to be evacuated from the battle zone during the Têt offensive, Hué, Vietnam, February 1968 - by Don McCullin
German soldiers sleeping in the trenches during World War I, 1915.
A group of men loiter in an alley known as 'Bandit's Roost' off Mulberry Street, New York, 1887.
"Former enemies" Turkish Adil sahin and Australian len hall, both veterans of Gallipoli meet 75 years after the battle (1990)
The morning after the first battle of Passchendaele, 12 October 1917.
A young private waits on the beach during the Marine landing at Da Nang, 1965.
Adolf Hitler leaving the Nuremberg party congress and wearing a cape, Germany in 1936
"The priest and the dying soldiers" Navy chaplain Luis Padilla gives last rites to a soldier wounded by sniper fire during revolt, Venezuela, 1962.
Applause and salutes for Hitler after Germany successfully annexed Austria in 1938.
Wilm Hosenfeld, a German officer in WWII who was known for helping to hide and rescue Poles and Jews, he helped to hide pianist and composer Władysław Szpilman which inspired the 2002 movie "The pianist" starring Adrien Brody. seen here with a Polish child, taken 1940.
The Armenian leader Papasyan seeing what's left after the murders by Der-ez-Zor in 1915-1916. Some bones have been washed away by the Eufrat river.
Native American parents camping outside Indian boarding schools where their children were (possibly) taken by force. Pine ridge, south Dakota, 1891.
Four German soldiers in bunk beds who had been woken up for a surprise photograph during World War 1, c. 1917.
"Children's round dance" A Statue in the center of Stalingrad after Nazi air strikes, taken by Emmanuil Yevzerikhin, 1942.
A Greek soldier tells his mother goodbye before leaving to fight the Italian invaders, 1940.
Elvis Presley being sworn into the U.S. Army at Fort Chaffee, Arkansas, March 24, 1958. offered the chance to enlist in Special Services to entertain the troops and live in priority housing, but was persuaded by his manager to serve as a regular soldier.
Horrifying (and nearly fatal) facial injuries caused by artiellery shell to a Turkish Lieutenant named mustafa ipar during a battle in the dardenelles, he was operated on in turkey but was then brought to germany, 1918.
cat makes a great escape from the animal rescue league of Boston, 1940.
Soldier shares a banana with a goat during the battle of Saipan, ca. 1944.
First aerial photo of the Stonehenge, 1906. taken by Lieutenant Philip Henry Sharpe from the Royal Engineers' Balloon Section.
Battle at Great Wall, Laiyuan, Hebei, second sino-japanese war, autumn 1937.
Momcilo Gavric, after having his grandmother, father, mother, three sisters and four brothers executed by Austro-Hungarian soldiers, he joined the Serbian army at the age of 8, becoming the youngest soldiers in WWI. taken in 1914.
German world war 1 veteran begs at the streets of Berlin, Germany, 1923.
Melted wax figures rescued from the 1925 fire at Madam Tussaud's London museum
Apollo 16 astronaut Charles duke left his family photo behind him on the moon, April 1972.
A column of armored vehicles crosses the Afghan-Soviet border through the Friendship bridge lying over the Amu Darya river, the Soviet union finally withdrawing it's troops from Afghanistan after almost a decade of fighting. February 1989
American soldiers discover a Manet painting hidden in the salt mines of Merker, Germany, 1945.
Winston Churchill being carried from a nursing home after a road accident, he forgot that cars drive on the right side of the road in the U.S., 1931.
Winston Churchill ,wearing garter robes, with his son Randolph and grandson Winston. taken in the 1950's.
Young Russian peasant women in a rural area along the Sheksna River near the small town of Kirillov, 1909. taken by Sergey Prokudin-Gorsky (originally in color)
allied soldiers mock hitler atop his balcony at the reich chancellery, 1945.
Shadow of a noose against a brick tower during war crimes trials. Nuremberg, Germany, c. 1946
a tower full of confiscated barrels ready to be burned during the prohibition, 1929.
American soldiers talk to a Pontifical Swiss Guard from the Vatican, June 1944.
The view of the Tacoma Narrows Bridge collapse from atop the suspension cabling, washington state, 1940. for 4 months, it was the world's 3rd largest suspension bridge by main span.
Australian soldiers after being liberated from Japanese captivity, Singapore, September 5th 1945.
A composite image of a baby and a funeral procession at 55 degrees below zero, Evenkia, Russia, 1960s. Photograph by Gennady Koposov.
German soldier standing in the Serbian royal palace after it was shelled by artillery, c.1915
Michael Rockefeller, son of the American vice president Nelson Rockefeller, at Dutch new guinea, May 1960. he went to explore the jungle and went missing in 1961. his body was never found.
A young Inuit girl with her husky puppy, 1949.
Family Halloween during WWII, Hitler and Mussolini masks, 1940's.
A German soldier walks through the ruined streets of Peronne. November, 1916.
Chester Macduffee standing next to his aluminum Diving Suit, weighing around 200kg/440lbs and could reach 65 meters/212 feet in depth underwater, it can attach an electric lamp on it's left hand. taken around 1911.
Dagestani man with a military medal wearing traditional dress and headgear, Russian empire, taken around 1904 by Sergey Prokudin-Gorsky. (originally in color)
Lakota native American camp on river Brule near Pine ridge, South Dakota, 1891.
"signaling the coming change in warfare" French cavalry with a plane flying overhead, 1916
refugees fleeing Pyongyang during the Korean War across a destroyed bridge over the Taedong River, December 4th 1951. it won that year's Pulitzer prize for photography.
buffalo skulls to be used for fertilization, 1892.
A defeated German soldier sits in front of a burning Reichstag, which had been taken over by Soviet troops. berlin, may 1945.
‘The Snow Sweeper’ by Netta Peacock. St Petersburg c.1905
German soldier in Stalingrad giving the one thousand yards stare. the badge on his chest is the infantry assault badge, taken around January 1942.
Party and state leaders stand before the remains of Mao Zedong. from left, Hua Guofeng, Wang Hongwen, Ye Jianying, Zhang Chunqiao, Jiang Qing, Yao Wenyuan, and Li Xiannian, in this image released by Xinhua news agency dated September 13, 1976.
Soviet soldiers hoisting the banner in Port-Artur after defeating Japanese forces, Manchuria, China. 1 October 1945.
The main building of Helsinki university, on Senate Square, burns during the night after a Soviet bombings on Finland. the statue depicts former Russian tsar Alexander II, who was well liked by the Finns. February, 1944.
Boiler Explosion of the train C&O T-1 #3020 on May 1948
"Tarawa Island", a photograph of dead Japanese soldiers at a destroyed pillbox following the Battle of Tarawa. This photograph won the 1944 Pulitzer Prize for Photography.
New York City after the Blizzard of 1888.
An American soldier poses with a jungle centipede during the Vietnam war, 1967.
colossal German soldier taken prisoner by the French, circa 1915.
football team of British soldiers with gas masks, World War I, somewhere in Northern France, 1916.
A scene from Ottoman Jerusalem, c. 1900
Andrei Tarkovsky on the set of "Stalker", 1979.
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