Rare Historical Photos – Part 3
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[Rare Historical Photos – Part 3]
[Brief Moments In History – Rare Historical Photos] Source: LYBIO.net
Brief Moments in History
John Quincy Adams, the 6th President of the United States, was the first president to have his photograph taken, 1843.
Edgar Allan Poe, 1848.
Rome Colosseum, Meta Sudans and Arch of Constantine, 1860.
USS Galena during the Civil War, July 1862.
Lewis Powell, 1865. Conspirator in the Lincoln assassination.
Petersburg, VA October 1864.
Corner of State and Madison after the Great Chicago Fire, October, 1871
Jules Verne was a French author who pioneered the genre of science-fiction, ca 1880
Oct. 1895 after Granville-to-Paris Express train plowed through the wall of the Gare Montparnasse, Train Station, Paris, France
Tufts University Baseball team, 1890.
Busy Palestinian Square, late 1890s
On Oct. 29, 1898, Kaiser Wilhelm II became the first German Emperor in 670 years to enter Jerusalem.
Theodore Rosevelt, and the Rough Riders, during the Spanish-American War 1898.
Considered to be Frederic Chopin’s Only Photograph.
Whale Hunting, 1902.
The San Francisco Fire, 1906
San Francisco after the Fire, 1906.
Charlie Chaplin at age 27.
Flatiron Building under construction, NYC, 1902. Source: LYBIO.net
Summit Street, Toledo, Ohio, Circa 1905.
Marie Curie, a physicist and chemist pioneer in radioactivity research ca.1905.
Olympic and Titanic, the two sister ships were together for the last time at the beginning of March 1912.
Frederick Fleet, the Lookout onboard the Titanic who first sighted the iceberg.
Bulgarian airmen prepare for a mission to drop a bomb by hand on Adrianople. Balkan War, circa 1913
Reunion of Gettysburg veterans. Lots of memories, 1913.
Hitler sitting at far right among soldiers of the ‘List’ regiment. Hitler was also decorated twice for bravery during the WWI.
The man believed to have started the WWI. The 19 year old Gavrilo Princip, was a Bosnian Serb who assassinated Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria and his wife, in Sarajevo on 28 June 1914. He died in jail in 1918.
Henry Ford, 1919.
Baseball Legend Babe Ruth, 1920.
Russian peasants getting electricity for the first time in 1920.
Wyatt Earp at home in Los Angeles, 1923.
Tremont Street Boston, 1923
The Golden Gate Bridge during construction in 1935.
Graf Zeppelin over Giza April 10, 1929.
Hindenburg airship disaster in 1937.
Nazi propaganda minister Joseph Goebbels photographed by a Jewish journalist, 1933
A man finds a moment to simile in front of the camera in a Jewish Ghetto, late 1930’s.
Life in the First Nazi Concentration Camp, 1933
Adolf Hitler carriers Goebbels’s daughter during an event in Germany, 1936.
Christmas dinner during the Great Depression: turnips and cabbage. Source: LYBIO.net
Actress Phyllis Gordon and her Pet Cheetah, London 1939.
Winston Churchill, 1941.
The Last Jew in Vinnitsa [Ukraine] This was found in the personal album of an ‘Einsatzgruppen’ soldier. It was labeled on the back, The last Jew of Vinnitsa, 1941.
Nazis (Heinrich Himmler) having a staredown with a brave prisoner (Horace Greasley), 1941.
After the Dunhill shop was destroyed in the London bombing, Alfred Dunhill Jr. set up a table in front of the ruined building and continued to sell pipes 1942.
A boy holding his toy, after the “Blitz” attack, London 1941.
The prudential skyscraper in Warsaw being hit by a 2-ton mortar shell from a German Morser Karl during the Warsaw Uprising, August 28, 1944.
U.S. Army troops wade ashore during the D-Day Normandy landings on June 6, 194
Soldiers on Omaha Beach recover the dead after D-Day, 1944. Source: LYBIO.net
A homeless German woman sits in ruins in Koln, Germany 1945.
Prisoners in a German concentration camp at Wobbelin after the U.S. Army discovered them there.
German P.O.W forced to watch footage of concentration camps soon after the end of war.
Hudson River in New York City for Navy Day celebrations, 27 Oct 1945.
Pablo Picasso with his son Claude at the seaside resort of Golfe-Juan, France, 1948
A beautiful suicide – 23 year-old Evelyn McHale jumped from the 83rd floor of the Empire State Building and landed on a United Nations limousine, 1947.
Mother hides her face in shame. Forced with eviction and penniless, the parents have literally put their children up for sale. This was not a joke…Chicago, 1948. Actually, one of the children’s is still alive at age 70.
Robert, John and Edward Kennedy in Palm Beach, Florida, April 1957. Source: LYBIO.net
John F. Kennedy Jr. salutes his father’s coffin along with the honor guard, 1963
Dorothy Counts on the first day at school and one of the first black students admitted to the Harding Highschool Sept, 4, 1957 Charlotte, North Carolina.
Priest Luis Padillo offers last rites to a loyalist soldier who is mortally wounded by a sniper during military rebellion, 1962 Venezuela.
Thich Quang Dux, a Buddhist monk, burns himself to death on a Saigon street, June 11, 1963, to protest alleged persecution of Buddhists by the South Vietnamese government, He didn’t move or scream at all while he was burning.
Che Guevara, 1960’s
A Hotel owner pouring acid in the pool while black people swim in it, ca. 1964
As U.S. helicopters hover overhead, while South Vietnamese troops wade through a rice paddy in Long An province during operations against Viet Cong guerrillas Dec. 1964.
First morning after Sweden changed from driving on the left side to driving on the right, 1967
A Vietnamese women held at gunpoint by a U.S. soldier, during the My Lai massacre, where 300-500 villagers were killed including children.
According to the testimony, soldiers gathered these women and children together. After taking this photo Ronald Haeberle (U.S army photographer) turned his back, and heard automatic fire. From the corner of his eye, he saw “all the bodies falling over” before walking away, My Lai, Vietnam 1968.
A U.S soldier in Vietnam, 1960’s
American Soldiers after a battle in Vietnam. Source: LYBIO.net
A 14 year old girl Omaryra Sanchez was trapped under the ruins of her home for 3 days after the Nevado del Ruiz volcano in Colombia, the lack of equipments made it impossible to rescue her. So, the Doctors present determined it would be more “humane” to let her die like that, then rip her legs to pull her out. At one pint that girl told the people watching her, to go home and take a rest and leave her alone.
Taiwanese coach who trained Osama Bin Laden in Judo, 1980’s
A man giving his sandals to a homeless girl in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
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