Little-known pictures of the great events of the past
• Little-known pictures of the great events of the past
Joy of liberated Jews to anger Indian who saw the railway - these pictures will tell that story about "silent".
There were many great events in history, some of which were known only by the invention of such a useful device as a camera. After dozens (and even almost a hundred) years, we - the contemporaries of his era - we can look at the images that came to us from a distant (seemingly) the history and wonder, smile, sympathize and rejoice with the people depicted on them. We suggest you look at a fairly rare photographs taken at different moments in different places in the past.
9 monarchs in a single photograph.
The Japanese family back home (Seattle, WA) of the Japanese internment camp in Idaho, May 10, 1945.
Native American looks down at the newly built section of the transcontinental railroad, Nevada, about 1868.
This "cow" shoes worn by American bootleggers era of Prohibition, the police could not calculate them on the trail, 1922.
"Take off that number and get out!" - shouted the organizer of the marathon Jockey Sam, when he noticed a woman among the runners.
The prisoners saw Jews and Allied soldiers realized that free, in April 1945.
The last four pairs, reached the finals of the dance marathon in Chicago, 1930.
Microsoft employees, December 7, 1978.
The New Yorker reading the newspaper, the headline reads: "The Nazi army in 75 miles from Paris," May 18, 1940.
Russian peasants to conduct electricity, 1920.
Terezka grew up in a concentration camp after the war lived in a boarding school for children with developmental delays. In the picture she paints her house.
The very first of the famous photographs in which a person is drinking beer, ale Edinburgh, 1844.
The first passengers of the first New York subway in 1904.
The headquarters of Benito Mussolini and the Italian Fascist Party, in 1934.
Three students at Princeton University after the traditional freshman "battle" in the snow, 1893.
British sapper approaching suspicious object, date unknown.