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IN People ON 03 Nov, 2014
Shakespeare once said that the "The eyes are the windows to the soul" and here we present you all the people around the globe who have lived up to this quote.
These pictures are qute intense and say alot without words.
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The exact moment Harold Whittles, born deaf, hears for the first time after being fitted with a hearing aid.
A kid can express every emotion so beautifully that we always love them.
A Young Girl at Rajasthan, India. Her Eyes are deeply moving and hold some hidden mysteries. This click was Captured by Rehahn, a French Born Vietnamese photographer.
Sophia Lauren and Jayne Mansfield at the 20th Century Fox Party Held in Sophia's honor, April 1957.
After a 72 hour flight, This is the photo of Corporal Antonio Metruccio, 27, of the Third Eagle Company, 66th Regiment.
Red Army soldier marches a german soldier into captivity after the battle of Stalingrad. The battle is among the bloodiest battles in the history of mankind with over 2 million casualties.
A 15 year old German soldier named Hans-Georg Henke cries after being captured by the US 9th Army on April 3, 1945. He was the member of Luftwaffe Anti Air Squad. His father died in 1938 and Mother in 1944. One of the most heart touching pictures in History.
Injured Danish Soldier in Afghanistan. Do you observe the writing on his forehead? It indicates that he had a tourniquet placed on him at 5 o'clock.
Che Guevara had all the features of a rebel in his eyes. He is the undoubtedly a great icon for starting any revolution.
This was taken moments after 23 hour long successful Heart transplant. You can see his assitant sleeping at the other corner.
This photo shows Ahmed, eight-year-old son of a Syrian rebel fighter smoking and guarding with an AK-47. This photo shows the horror of civil war and we wish never a kid have to witness this. He probably is the youngest soldier to have been swept by civil war.
A kid can express emotions beautifully.
Who else can seduce better than Marilyn Monroe? She is one of the most beautiful woman ever.
French Resistance Member Georges Blind smiling in front of a German Execution squad, October 1944. It was a mock execution to terrify him and make him talk. He kept smiling and didn't spoke a word.
Children watching a dragon being Slain in a Puppet Show, Paris in 1963.
A French woman has her head shaved by civilians as a punishment for associating with German troops, clicked just after World War II.
Arthur Sasee captured this picture of the Genius Albert Einstein in such silly expressions.
Last but not least, there is an emotion which even doesn't need an eye. The emotion of love. The beaautiful pictured captured by Rehahn of old Vietnamese couple in love proves that. We hope you enjoyed these pictures, feel free to share.