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Photos and History
Sweden changes driving from right to left. See the results here, 9-3-1967
Spill of illegal alcohol in Detroit in 1929 during prohibition
Annette Kellerman wearing a swimsuit in 1907, she was arrested for such an incident that showed all the profile of her body before all swimmers.
Annie Edison Taylor was a heroine who survived the fall launching in the Niagara falls in a barrel of wood in 1901, Annie did it because she was in need of money.
Publicity of Atabrine, antimalarial drug in Padua New Guinea during World War II
The Apollo 11 astronauts testing the landing of capsule in 1966
The Niagara Falls freeze in 1911
Charlie Chaplin in 1916 when he was 27 years old
Hearse where Abraham Lincoln was carried in 1865
Construction of Manhattan Bridge in 1908
Unpacking the head of the Statue of liberty, sent on 06-17-1885
Swimsuit parade in 1928
Hotel owner pours acid in his Pool because some Afroamericans were bathing. California, 1964
The original clown “Ronald” of McDonal’s in 1963
Ford Theater where Abraham Lincoln was murdered
Firemen of the city of New York in 1912
Real photo of Billy the Kid In 1879
Lifeguard in 1920
Inauguration of Abraham Lincoln in 1861
Jesse James when he was 16
Mother with her son watching cloud in the form of fungus caused by atomic test 75 miles from Las Vegas in 1953
Mother hides her face while selling her children in Chicago in 1948
Mannequins melted and damaged by fire in Madam Tussauds wax museum in London in 1930
Suntan oil vending machine in 1949
Martin Luther King J. with his child by removing a wooden cross burned in his garden in 1960
Measuring swimsuit. If it was very short the girl was fined in 1920
Construction of the Berlin Wall in 1961
Girl and her doll during the bombing of London in 1940
Polish child examined by a German official German to see if he qualifies as "Aryan” to let him live
Child taking Sun and fresh air, placed in a cage in California in 1937
Children eating Christmas dinner during the Great Depression Turnips and cabbage
Officers and cadets of Hitler. Christmas dinner in 1941
Operation "Babylift“. Children of Vietnamese orphanage flying towards USA in 1975
President Richard Nixon trying to use chopsticks during a visit in 1972
Testing bulletproof vest in 1923
Getting bodies from the disaster of the Titanic in April 1912
Santa Claus in NewYork in 1900
Unknown soldier. Vietnam, 1965
Evelyn McHalen’s suicide. She launched from floor 83 of the Empire State Building on 5-1-1947. She fell on a limousine
Last prisoners leaving Alcatraz in 1963
Hindenburg Disaster, May 6, 1937 Rare Historical Photos.
MADAME TUSSAUDS Деев Даниил 6б Madame Tussauds is a world famous waxworks museum, which is situated in London.
Construction of Eiffel Tower (1880). Feet of the Statue of Liberty arrive on Liberty Island 1885.
Alfred Hitchcock serving tea to Leo, the MGM lion
The Blitz! By Lucy and Victoria!.
A boxing match on board the USS Oregon in Albert Einstein looking fabulous (Cute, isn’t he?)
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Madam Tussaud’s Museum. Madame Tussaud was born in Strasbourg in 1761 and christened Marie Grosholtz. Her father, a soldier, was killed in a battle.
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