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23 Powerful Historical Photographs That Will Destroy Everything You Knew About The Past!
It is always important to look back at our past for guidance on the present as well as future.
Here is a collection of unseen, powerful historical photos which will take you on a journey to the old gray times.
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A super cheerful chimp with a newspaper after surviving his trip to outer space.
Mockups of Hitler from U.S. Intelligence.
Moving in the suburbs, 1950's.
The original design of Mount Rushmore, before the funding got exhausted.
Last public execution in the United States, 1936.
Boxing match at Yankee Stadium, New York in 1923.
Dogs who got rescued from the Titanic.
Mother and son in Las Vegas watching the mushroom cloud from atomic testing.
Don't get scared!
No, these people have not been tortured by some medieval torture devices. These are actually damaged, and melted mannequins after a fire at Madam Tussaud's wax museum in London, 1930.
Bloody boxing match between Campbell and Hyland in 1913.
Inside the Cathedral of Amiens during World War II.
A French radiographer in his huge protective gear.
The Graffiti Tradition!
Every time a plane landed on the wrong carrier, graffiti was created on it before sending it back.
From Gandhi to Adolf Hitler.
This letter was written in 1939.
German soldiers prosecute an obstinate communist in Munich in 1919
17-year-old by, Yamaguchi assassinates politician, Asanuma by stabbing in Tokyo.
German soldiers doing some horseback target practice.
General Amrbose Burnside with his distinctive style of
Traffic Getting Confused In Sweden
The day when traffic pattern changed from driving on the left side of the road, to the right side of the road.
Hats Hats Everywhere!
Streets of New York City in 1939.
This is the famous
The punt gun got banned during the 1860s.
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