Amazing historical photos
1944 – Georges Blind, a member of the French resistance, smiling in front of a firing squad.
1945 – The Gadget. The first atomic bomb was calledand was detonated at 05:29:21 of 16 July 1945 on a ramp 30 meters high post in the desert of New Mexico.
1950 – The Coca Cola arrives in France
1948 – A woman hides her face in shame after having “sold” her children in Chicago.
1961 – Concert of The Beatles for 18 people. On Dec. 9, 1961,play for 18 people at the Palais Ballroom in Aldershot, a town in Hampshire. The Beatles were not yet known.
1939 – The last public execution by guillotine.was the last criminal to have been publicly executed by guillotine. It was June 17, 1939.
1964 – The first monokini. The invention of the monokini is due to the Austrian designer. His invention was not very successful, given that women who practiced topless simply wore no part of above the bikini. But the first photos of the new costume, worn by the model Peggy Moffitt, was released June 3, 1964 in the journal
1963 – Self immolation of Buddhist monk. Saigon, 11 June 1963. The Buddhist monk Thich Quang Duc is in Saigon, Vietnam, to protest against the policies of oppression of the Buddhist religion by the government of South Vietnam. He sits in the middle of the road and burns himself to death, immortalized by the lenses of
1968 – The Pulitzer shot. Nguyễn Ngọc Loan executing Nguyễn Văn Lém on February 1, 1968 in Saigon, Vietnam. This photograph gavethe Pulitzer Prize one year later.
Credit goes to: Sabrina Deep
Few amazing historical photos
1. Paparazzi surrounding Bill Clinton’s cat, Socks 1992
2. Coca Cola delivery truck 1909
3. Gandhi’s letter to Hitler 1939
4. Recording of the famous MGM Lion 1929
5. Cigarette marketing in the 1950s
6. All of Gandhi’s worldly possessions 1938
7. The Shah and the Queen of Iran in Disneyland 1962
8. Dresden in ruins after Allied Bombings WWII
9. Fidel Castro holding Michael Trudeau.
10. A legal loophole in 1913 made it possible to send babies by mail. These pics were taken after it was banned in 1920.
11. Car elevator, Chicago 1936
12. One Dollar Bill 1862
13. The first durable color photograph, taken in 1861
14. The first digitial photograph, Kodak 1957
15. First photograph taken from space 1946