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Richard Nixon waves goodbye as he boards a helicopter after resigning the presidency earlier that day. (Aug. 9, 1974)
Flamingos huddled together in the bathroom at Miami Zoo during Hurricane Andrew (August 24, 1992)
U.S. President Lyndon Johnson listens to a tape sent by Captain Charles Robb (his son-in-law) from Vietnam (1968)
The original Moulin Rouge the year before it burned down – Paris, France (1914)
Female Snipers of the 3rd Shock Army, 1st Belorussian Front - 775 confirmed kills in one photograph (1945)
Inflating cow skins to use as boats in the Indian Himalayas (1903)
Women employees working on the nose assemblies of Douglas “Havoc” A-20 attack bombers. (1942)
Jackie Robinson enters the Brooklyn Dodgers clubhouse as the first black man admitted to the majors. (April 10th, 1947)
Secret Service agent Tim McCarthy clutching his stomach after being shot during the assassination attempt of President Ronald Reagan (1981)
Stripper Evangeline Sylvas angrily breaking the water tank being used by fellow stripper Divena at the Casino Royale Club in New Orleans, LA (1949)
Two black students are harassed by classmates on their way to school – Little Rock, Arkansas (1957)
Rescued slaves crowd the deck of the HMS Daphne (1868)
The Beatles arrive in New York for their first U.S. visit (February 7th 1964)
Boeing B-17F bombing through an overcast Bremen, Germany (1943) [1800 x 1113
The aftermath from a B-25 bomber crashing into the Empire State Building (1945)
The Grand Canal being drained and cleaned – Venice, Italy (1956)
Joseph Stalin in an off-record photo captured by his bodyguard Vlasik (1960s)
German soldier returns home only to find his family no longer there (1946)
The last picture of Adolf Hitler (1945)
Drug kingpin Pablo Escobar and his son stand in front of The White House (1981)
A lone man refusing to do the “Sieg Heil” salute at the launching of the Horst Wessel in Nazi Germany (1936)
An American soldier wears a hand lettered “War Is Hell” slogan on his helmet - Vietnam (1965)
The Hell of Serra Pelada Mines (1980s)
Shell shocked soldier in a trench during the Battle of Flers-Courcelette during the Somme Offensive. (1916)
U.S. Marines hit rough water as they leave their LST to take the beach at Cape Gloucester, New Britain. (1943)
Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II addresses a vast gathering of more than a quarter of a million at the Ramlila Grounds, a huge public meeting place outside the walls of Old Delhi, India (1961)
One of South Dakota's "Black Blizzards" (1934)
Maud Stevens Wagner - the first known female tattoo artist in the United States (1907)
Women firefighters direct a hose after the Japanese attack on the US naval base at Pearl Harbor (1941)
John du Pont (once heir to the Du Pont family fortune) and his murder victim, Olympic wrestler Dave Schultz, at the Foxcatcher National Training Center in Newtown Square, Pennsylvania (early 1990s)
The crew of the Enola Gay after dropping the atomic bomb on Hiroshima (1945)
An exotic dancer demonstrates that her underwear was too large to have exposed herself, after undercover police officers arrested her in Florida (1983)
Building the Hoover Dam (1935)
U.S. soldiers of the 2nd Armored Division sing "Go To Town" around a piano – Barenton, Normandy (1944)
Solar Eclipse over a snowy Central Park in New York City (1925)
Armed members of the Seattle chapter of the Black Panther Party standing on the state Capitol steps protesting a proposed law limiting the ability to carry firearms in a “manner manifesting an intent to intimidate others.” (1969)
"Today, I consider myself the luckiest man on the face of the earth." Lou Gehrig's farewell speech, after having been diagnosed with ALS. (July 4th, 1939)
Londoners sleep in safety at Aldwych Shelter, the stretch of underground railway between Aldwych and Holborn which had been taken out of service to provide safe shelter for Londoners in air raids. (1940)
Crewmen of a U.S. Navy aircraft carrier banish post-battle nervous strain by taking a swim in the warm waters of a lagoon in the Marshalls only a few days after laying siege to and conquering Roi Island in the Kwajalein atoll. (1944)
Two younger white men help a badly beaten black man to his feet during the Detroit race riots (1943)
Racing cars on the roof of the Fiat Factory in Turin, Italy (1923)
Soviet soldiers preparing to fire on German planes during the opening phase of the Battle of Kursk. (1943)
Queen performing in front of 72,000 people at the Live Aid concert in Wembley Stadium (July 13, 1985)
“Sittin’ On Top of the World.” Of all things, Marine Private First Class Raymond L. Hubert, of Detroit, Michigan, chooses a huge unexploded naval shell for a sofa as he removes a three day accumulation of Saipan sand from his field shoes. (1944)
Rear turret gunner Kenneth Bratton, wounded in the knee by shrapnel, is seen being pulled out of a Grumman TBF Avenger aircraft aboard USS Saratoga after a successful raid on Rabaul, New Britain (November 5, 1943)
Indigenous Sami people of the Nordic Areas (1900)
Abandoned babies playing on the roof of a FEBEM "Foundation for Child Welfare" center; 430 children lived there & 35% of those children were found abandoned on city streets - Sao Paulo, Brazil (1996)
Secretariat wins Triple Crown (June 9th, 1973)
The sculptor of Mount Rushmore, Gutzon Borglum, with a model of the four presidents that included arms and hands. (1925)
President Lyndon B. Johnson signing the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (July 2nd, 1964)
Jack the Baboon Signalman with his disabled human companion James Wide in Uitenhage, South Africa (1885)
Boeing B-17G Wee-Willie 42-31333 LG-W, 323th squadron of 91st bombing group, over Kranenburg, Germany, after port wing blown off by flak. Only the pilot, Lieutenant Robert E. Fuller, and one crewmember survived. (1935)
Crouching low in a DUKW for concealment and protection, men of the 89th division, U.S. Third Army, cross the Rhine River at Oberwesel, Germany (1945)
Workers on factory floor, Borsig-Werke, Berlin, Germany (1928)
An estimated 200-600 foot diameter asteroid or comet explodes 3-6 miles above the Tunguska River in Russia, producing a blast of up to 30 megatons, flattening 80 million trees over 830 square miles, and is the largest impact event in recorded history on Earth. (June 30, 1908)
Belgian Carabiniers with their advanced head gear and war dogs walking towards battle (1914)
37-year-old Che Guevara, holding an African baby and standing with a fellow soldier during the Congo Crisis (1965)
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