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The world's last commercial ocean-going sailing ship - The Pamir - rounding Cape Horn, 1949.
A man browses for books in the old Public library of Cincinnati. The building was demolished in 1955. Today an office building and a parking lot stand where it used to be.
It’s no longer possible to see this, as buildings outside block the sun. Grand Central, NYC, 1929. Photo by Louis Faurer
Using a vacuum cleaner, 1906.
U.S. Marines on patrol, South Vietnam, December 1969.
The Twin Towers collapse due to a terrorist attack in 2001, photo taken with the Katyń Memorial in Jersey City, the memorial was dedicated to the victims of the 1940 Katyn massacre, in which thousands of Polish Army officers and intellectual leaders were massacred by the Soviet NKVD.
JFK speaking in Appalachia, USA in 1960
50 years ago today, at the end of their second EVA (extravehicular activity), the Apollo 15 astronauts set up an American flag on the Moon, 1971. A crossbar at the top gives the flag the appearance of flying in the wind.
On August 23, 1989, about 2 million people from Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania formed a human chain that united all 3 countries to show the world their desire to escape the Soviet Union.
"Down with CPSU" Soviet punks during the August 1991 coup in Moscow.
Hollywood sign in 1924.
Marie Curie in her Paris laboratory in 1910.
Tanks on the street of Bucharest, Romania during the Romanian Revolution, 1989.
This mirror portrait was taken 101 years ago in Japan, 1920.
1915 (WW1) French Trench Raider.
Waiting in line for Star Wars, 1977.
Some of the first vehicles across the (Sydney Harbour) Bridge 1932 by Sam Hood.
A German officer and an NCO wearing portable sound locating apparatus's to detect enemy aircraft (this was a type of early radar). Western Front, 1917.
A man standing on the first cables during the construction of the Golden Gate Bridge, 1935.
Adolf Hitler visits the tomb of Napoleon at Les Invalides, Paris, France (1940).
Engineer Alexandre Gustave Eiffel poses high on top of the completed Eiffel Tower in 1889 (Eiffel is the guy in the top hat at the bottom of the stairs).
Christie's restaurant sign, cowboy shrimp, Houston, Texas, 1983.
Stonehenge reconstruction, taken around 1919.
An American soldier, PFC Douglas Page, offered a mocking Nazi salute inside the bombed-out ruins of the Berliner Sportspalast, or Sport Palace, The venue, destroyed during an Allied bombing raid in January 1944, was where the Third Reich often held political rallies.
USS Los Angeles airship lands on USS Saratoga, January 1928.
British Spitfire fighter attempting to topple a German (Nazi) V-1 flying bomb with its wing tip, c.1944-45. These bombs were aimed at London as revenge weapons.
U.S. President Richard Nixon and Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev, 1974, Crimea, Yuryi Abramochkin/Sputnik.
The Pillow Fight - Harry Benson 1964.
An Empire State builder hanging on a crane above New York City, 1930.
Young couple driving past Balanced Rock in the Garden of the Gods. Colorado Springs, Colorado, 1920s.
Afghanistan: Picture taken in 1962 at the Faculty of Medicine in Kabul of two Afghan medicine students listening to their professor (at right) as they examine a plaster cast showing a part of a human body.
Albert Einstein lecturing students on the theory of relativity at Lincoln University public historically black university near Oxford Pennsylvania 1946.
Apollo 11 astronauts Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins and Buzz Aldrin enjoy a pre-launch breakfast at the NASA Kennedy Space Centre, before suiting up for the mission to the Moon. Liftoff was at 9:32 am EDT. July 16, 1969.
Iron Workers pose for a photo atop of the North Tower of the World Trade Center 1973
Yuri Gagarin with a friend and model skeleton at school in the 1950s.
A samurai and his retainers wearing mail armor and armed with naginata, 1870.
1966, Yuri Gagarin smoking a cigarette during his visit in Klintsy (USSR - Russia).
Portraits of revolutionary workers' leaders, such as Karl Marx and Vladimir Lenin, are dumped in garbage containers — Hellersdorf, Berlin (1991).
Girl in a Halloween costume in 1928, Ontario, Canada, the same province where the Scottish Halloween custom of guising is first recorded in North America.
Yes, this is Hitler, though some wish to dispute that because it does not fit the stoic image. It is a picture he hated. Hitler loved fedoras, but stopped wearing them in the '30s because they did not fit the image. Early 1930s.
This man, supposedly Frank “Rocky” Fiegel, is believed by some to be cartoonist E.C. Segar’s inspiration for the character of “Popeye”, the photo was taken in the early 1920s.
Actual photo of Frank "Rocky" Fiegel (January 27, 1868 - March 24, 1947), photographed well after Popeye became famous (the cartoonist named him as the inspiration for the figure). This photo was published in a newspaper called the Southern Illinoisan in 1979, well after his death.
Fidel Castro, Yuri Gagarin and Che Guevara at dinner in Cuba 1961.
Manhattan in 1931, Central Park was designed in anticipation of a skyscraper city.
Hoover Dam under construction in 1934.
Crewman of a German, World War 1, DFW C.V aircraft takes a selfie with a camera attached to a wing-strut, 1916–1918.
ConVair Car Model 118, the first flight of a flying car, California, November 1947.
The televised meal Richard Nixon ate with Chinese Premier Zhou Enlai introduced Chinese food to the American mainstream, image taken at the Nixon China visit in 1972.
Vladimir Lenin (1870-1924) stroking his cat in the village of Gorki, Russia, 1922
Women after the Iranian 1979 revolution.
Logging drivers near Glens Falls, New York, on the Hudson River, 1907.
May Fourth Movement, Students gather for a demonstration in Tiananmen Square, ca. 1917–1919.
A rare family photo: Joseph Stalin with his daughter Svetlana, 1935.
Telephone Tower in Stockholm, Sweden before they figured out bundling lines into cables. There are 5000 lines in this tower (1890).
Yuri Gagarin and Valentina Tereshkova feeding a baby tiger at the Berlin Zoo. 1963.
1st Air Cavalry Beer & Cola-run, Vietnam, 1968.
A Mujaheddin fighter aims a Stinger Missile at a passing Soviet Aircraft, Nangarhār Province, Afghanistan, 1988.
SPC-4 Richard Springman, U.S. Army, (Captured 25 May 1970 in Cambodia) talks with a North Vietnamese Army officer who is looking at his peace symbol. He is one of the 28 released in 1973. As a POW he escaped into the jungle but was recaptured the next day, he was awarded the Bronze Star.
Charlie Chaplin and Walter Disney at the racetrack, late 1930s.
Dixie Mission commander Colonel David D. Barrett and Mao Zedong in Yenan, 1944. The Dixie Mission, was the first US effort to establish official relations with the Communist Party of China and the People's Liberation Army, then headquartered in the mountainous city of Yan'an.
Workers installing a Greek Revival architectural column on the Civil Courts building in St. Louis, Missouri, 1928. (Photo by W.C. Runder)
A nurse demonstrates a gas mask issued for babies (Britain, 1939)
This costly mechanical beast had a single purpose: to service and repair the USAF’s atomic-powered aircraft. The USAF Beetle, built in the 1960s.
Esso Hibernia tanker under construction, Wallsend, UK, 1970.
1970s Dr. Carl Sagan explaining the Drake equation: N = R*•fp•ne•fl•fi•fc•L Carl's close friend and fellow astronomer, Frank Drake created the eqn in 1961 for calculating the no. of active and communicative ETCs in the Milky way galaxy.
A storm rolls over New York City on the evening of September 10, 2001 by Evan Kuz.
American soldier wearing the crown of the Holy Roman Empire in a cave in Siegen, Germany, on April 3, 1945.
Richard Nixon Leaving the White House, Washington, D.C., 1974. Photograph © Annie Leibovitz. From ‘Annie Leibovitz At Work’
Padaung women asking a London policeman for directions, 1935.
Atomic bomb testing, Nevada, 1955.
Pedestrians walk across the Brooklyn Bridge away from the burning World Trade towers before their collapse 11 September, 2001.
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