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SOME OF THE MOST POWERFUL IMAGES THAT HAVE CAPTURED OUR HEART AND SOUL (FOURTH INSTALLMENT)
Proving to the public that London’s double-decker buses are not a tipping hazard in 1933
A Woman Lebanese Soldier, 1982
Atlanta, Georgia, 1864, Read what I don’t want to write.
Priest Luis Padillo comforting a mortally wounded soldier in 1962 Venezuelan uprising, Despite the danger the priest walked around the streets to offer last rites to the dying soldiers amid sniper scare.
Troops of the Eight-Nation Alliance (whose military forces intervened in China during the Boxer Uprising and relieved the siege of diplomatic legations in Peking (Beijing) in the summer of 1900.) Left to right: Britain, United Sates, Australia, British India, Germany, France, Austria-Hungary, Italy, Japan
May 25, 2013, a newborn baby is rescued from a toilet pipe in Jinhua, China. Apparently the mother had gone to use the toilet and the baby slid out. The child survived and was released grand parents as investigations continued
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How often do you see true happiness. Six-year-old Austrian boy “Werfel” receiving a new pair of shoes at the Am Himmel orphanage, donated by the Junior Red Cross in America (1946-47)
A powerful image of a liberated person, a Russian survivor, liberated by the 3rd Armored Division of the U.S. First Army, identifies a former camp guard who brutally beat prisoners, on April 14, 1945, at the Buchenwald concentration camp in Thuringia, Germany.
Joseph Stalin (Seen goofing around), ruled Soviet Russia (mid-1920s until his death in 1953). In all known and recorded history, Stalin is known as the ruler who caused more deaths at home then in another country, numbers run in upwards of 5 million
June 18, 1964 James Brock, Manager of the Manson Motor Lodge (landmark now destroyed) poured acid (muriatic) on demonstrators attempting to desegregate the pool during the St. Augustine Movement, a civil rights movement that took place in St. Augustine, Florida in 1963-1964.
Terri Gurrola is reunited with her daughter after serving in Iraq for 7 months
Anti Vietnam protests in 1968. Student activist David Shapiro sitting behind Columbia University President Kirk’s desk smoking an appropriated cigar during six-day campus uprising and protest at Columbia University, New York. While everyone else is concentrating on the happenings, Shapiro is unfazed.
Inside an Auschwitz gas chamber, the walls lie scratched by human nails, if only these walls could talk.
Brave Mid-Flight maintenance over Germany, 1944.
Max B. Yasgur (December 15, 1919 – February 9, 1973). Without Yasgur, Woodstock would never have happened. Yasgur allowed the festival to take place on dairy from, after other villages refused to host the event. When he died at 53, he was a full-page obituary in Rolling Stone magazine, one of the few non-musicians to receive such an honor.
“THE FALLING MAN”. A powerful photograph taken by Richard Drew during the September 11 attacks on New York city, U.S.
Uruguayan Air Force Flight 571 air crash in the Andes. The last 16 survivors were rescued on 23 December 1972, more than two months after the crash. They survived by eating the dead bodies of co-passengers. NOTICE the spinal column, bottom right.
An old WW2 Russian tank veteran finally found the old tank in which he passed the entire war. Found standing in a small Russian town as a monument.
Hons Conrad Schumann an East German soldier. On 15 August 1961, Schumann was sent to the corner of Ruppiner Street and Bemauer Street to guard the Berlin Wall. West Germans saw & cheered and said – COME OVER, a police car was also arranged in the west, the man jumped and before any action from the east, he was swiftly guarded and taken away
Gay pride parade, 1970, USA
Photograph of the poster of the 1912 movie which gave the birth to the new Ku Klux Klan or the second KKK (there are 3 in all), and the membership went up by 6 Million, needless to say American history took a big hit
Queen Elizabeth, during her world war – 2 service.
Witold Pilecki a polish soldier, the man who told the world about the holocaust. Pilecki got himself a Jewish ID, got himself arrested and placed in Auschwitz in 1941 (yes that Auschwitz), continuously informing the western allies about the atrocities, he escaped in 1943. British historian, worte: “if there was an Allied hero who deserved to be remembered and celebrated, this was a person with few peers”. Before his act of bravery Auschwitz was considered as a large prison.
Stefanie Gordon, took this photograph from her iphone on May 16, 2011 of Endeavour (Space Shuttle) flying at over 30000 feet
Dr. H.W. Evans, Imperial Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan, 8 August 1925
During World War II, Japanese Consul-General in Lithuania Chiune Sugihara saved over 6000 Jews. He and his wife disobeyed his peers. Chiune started issuing Japanese visas around the clock, as the Nazis encroached he was still issuing visas non stop, when forced to flee with his wife he was still issuing visas and throwing them from the train window. In 1985 Israel honored him as “Righteous Among the Nations”
A file picture dated March 20, 1988 shows a Kurdish father holding his baby in his arms in Halabja, northeastern Iraq. For five hours on the morning of March 16, Iraqi fighter planes released deadly cocktail of mustard gas and the nerve agents
1913 – After parcel post service was introduced in 1913 (USA), at least two children (above is one) were sent by the service. With stamps attached to their clothing, the children rode with railway and city carriers to their destination. The Postmaster General quickly issued a regulation forbidding the sending of children in the mail after hearing of those examples
The Graves of a Catholic woman and her Protestant husband, Holland, 1888
This photo shows Adolf Hitler in the huge crowd which heard the announcement of the First World War outside Field Marshal’s Hall, Munich on 2 August 1914. The photo was taken by Munich photographer Heinrich Hoffmann at a rally in support of war against the allies in Munich’s Odeonplatz on August 2, 1914. Although not shunned, the photographer is disputed and still argued till his day
Painters on Brooklyn Bridge, 1914 – 1918
Rwandan Genocide, was a genocidal mass slaughter of Tutsi & moderate Hutu in Rwanda by members of the Hutu majority. During the approximate 100 day period from April 7, 1994 to mid-July, estimated 500,000 – 1,000,000 Rwandans were killed, this lucky survivor lived to tell the tale.
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This image show an arthritic 19-year-old dog named Schoep cradled by his owner, John, in the waters of Lake Superior, where the buoyancy ease’s the dog’s pain, allowing him to fall asleep comfortably in his owner’s arms. This photo has gone viral and donations poured in which helped John help his buddy and set up foundation for dogs in need.
Tereska, a child in a residence for disturbed children, grew up in a concentration camp in NAZI Germany. She was asked to draw HOME, you can see what she DREW. Her eyes say it all.
Jospeh Schultz was a German soldier on the Eastern Front. On the 20th of July 1941, he became a hero, refusing to shoot civilians, he dropped his gun and shoot with the masked people, choosing to get shot with them. He has become a hero of folklore, mostly disputed and claimed as a legend, he is a celebrated hero in most of Europe (while many dispute)
Japanese Archers, 1860
General Tani Masuo, the man who oversaw the Nanking Massacre, was executed in March 1947 after being found guilty of war crimes by the war tribunal set up by Chiang Kai-Shek. Poetically, at least in the eyes of the tribunal, Masuo’s executioner was a Chinese veteran who survived the Battle of Nanking. PS : I would have the same smirk while killing him
Building the Berlin wall
Vasili Alexandrovich Arkhipov, (30 January 1926 – 19 August 1998) was a Soviet Navy officer. During the Cuban Missile Crisis, he prevented the launch of a nuclear torpedo and thereby prevented a nuclear and the 3rd world war. Thomas Blanton (then director of the National Security Archive) said in 2002 that “a guy called Vasili Arkhipov saved the world”
Beheading, strangulation and starvation were all acceptable execution methods in China during the Boxer rebellion 1899 – 1901. What’s more, even those not sentenced to death could endure days of suffering. The idiot above is most probably saying “next”
Hurricane sandy did this to star rollercoaster in 2012 at the casino pier, USA
August 31 in keferghan, a town near Aleppo, in north Syria. It was the fourth and last execution of the day committed by Al Qaeda-linked ISIS militias
Irish rugby player Brian O’ Driscoll shares his Heineken Cup victory with his biggest fan Michaela Morley (who was waiting for a kidney) in Temple Street children’s hospital (Ireland). Her joy is priceless
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