Saturday

Rare Historical Photos

Today, I m sharing some of my favourite Historical photos that might interest you to see. Enjoy;


 An American Soldier replaces "Adolf Hitler-str" with a "Roosevelt Blvd" one in Berlin.  Germany 1945


 Microsoft staff. December 7 1978.


 American soldiers discovers manet's  in the" conservatory" that was hidden (amongst other Nazi loot) in the salt mines of merker. Germany 1945.


A man on the corner is reading a newspaper whose headline reads "Nazi Army now 75 miles " away from Paris. New York . May . 1940.




One of the heaviest WW2 tank ever created.  Tiger 11. It weighted 68.5 tonnes and had 100-180mm amour on the front. Budapest.  Hungary. 1944.

Carlifonia lumberjack working in the redwood. These trees have lived for thousands of years, so seeing photos like this saddens us. (The trees didn't hurt anyone) 


 Sven Ole-Thorsen and Arnold schwerzenegger on the set of Conan the Barbarian.


 Desneyland employees cafeteria of 1961.


 A WW1  submarine with a number of U-18 was founded washed ashore on the beach at Hastings,  Sussex, England. After the surrender of Germany.


                                 Hastings.


 Civil rights activists James Swerg. After been beaten up by a white mob in Alabama 1961. (After the beatings he had to wait two hours for treatment as no white crew would pick him up).



 Aircraft wait orders after being grounded on 9/11. Nova Scotia .Canada. Halifax airport.


 The original Ronald Clown of Mcdonald.  1963.


 A native American man overlooking the newly completed transcontinental railroad. Nevada .1868.


 39th tomst infantry regiment with their motorcycle- mounted machine guns during WW1. Russia.


Martin Luther King jnr. Removing a burnt cross from his front yard.  His son is by his side. Atlanta. GA. 1960.


 Princeton students after a freshman/ sophomore snowball fight. Princeton. NJ .1983.




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4 comments:

  1. I love this photos. It takes me back to those good old day. Especially the microsoft.

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  2. Wow. How much time has passed.

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  3. Those good old days. Its quite alot of pics. Yes this pictures reallyy did interest me. Thanks for sharing

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  4. Adolf Hitler. Is just one name people will never forget even in many generations to come. He caused alot

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