Rarely Seen Moments of World History
“WHO KNOWS ONLY HIS OWN GENERATION REMAINS ALWAYS A CHILD.”
Boys after a war that would make almost any small drama of our time pale in comparison.
But what the hell did they put in those snowballs?
And, we need to bring the swimmobile back.
Moving a 7600 ton apartment building to create a boulevard in Alba Iulia, Romania, 1987
Hannah Stilley, born 1746, photographed in 1840. Probably the earliest born individual captured on film
Transporting ‘The Apple’, the first Indian satellite, 1981
Spielberg doing the first Indiana Jones movie in 1980
Highway picnic during the Oil Crisis, 1973
A foreskin away from death
The Beatles play for 18 people in the Aldershot club, December 1961. They were to become superstars in one and a half years time
Canteen for Disney workers, 1961
A swimmobile in New York City, 1960
Charlton Heston as Moses in “The Ten Commandments,” drive-in theater, Utah, 1958
Uploading (:D) the first 5 MByte hard disk to a PanAm plane, 1956
In the aftermath of the D-Day invasion, two boys watch from a tree as American soldiers drive through the town of St. Lo. France
The real Winnie the Pooh and Christopher Robin, 1928
Factory workers race on the roof (test track) of the Fiat Factory in Turin, Italy, 1923
The unbroken seal on Tutankhamun’s tomb, 1922 (3,245 years untouched)
The first international match at Wimbledon
The ceiling of the Russian Parliament collapsed, 1907
Overly manly man Carl Akeley posed with the leopard he killed with his bare hands after it attacked him, 1896
Princeton students after a snowball fight, 1893