From 1936 to 1972 the news magazine «LIFE» is published weekly. From 1978 to 2000 editions began to appear once a month. In this collection, you can see the famous photo published on the cover of «LIFE».
1. Presentation of the puppet theater. (The Puppet Show). Photo by Alfred Eisenstaedt, 1963. Expressions of children at the time of puppetry. On the scene of St. George killing the snake.
2. Goin 'Home. Photo by Ed Clark, 1945. At the funeral of President Roosevelt April 12, 1945 the song sounded «Goin 'Home» by Sergeant Graham Jackson.
3. Lifestyle citizens of America. (The American Way). Photo by Margaret Bourke-White, 1937. The inscription on the poster near the point of the Red Cross says: "There is no other way of life as an American." In the photo: people on the background of the poster in the queue for food at the point of the Red Cross during the Great Depression.
4. Marlene Dietrich (Marlene Dietrich). Photo by Milton Greene, 1952.
5. Long Day (The Longest Day). Photo by Robert Capa, 1944. In the photo: the moment of landing US troops on Omaha Beach in Normandy, June 6, 1944. This event was reflected in Steven Spielberg's "Saving Private Ryan».
6. Eyes hatred (Eyes of Hate). Photo by Alfred Eisenstaedt, 1933. Gebbels (on the couch) does not hide his emotions after learning that his translator Jew.
7. Meeting peace With fire hoses. Photo by Charles Moore, 1963. To disperse a peaceful rally against segregation in Birmingham (Alabama) used fire hoses.
8. «The Marlboro Man». Photo by Leonard McCombe, 1949. The image of the 39-year-old Texas cowboy Clarence Hailey has been used repeatedly to advertise cigarettes.
9. Peek-A-Boo. Photo by Ed Clark, 1958. John F. Kennedy and his daughter Caroline.
10. Iwo Jima sand (Sand of Iwo Jima). Photo by Photo by W. Eugene Smith, 1945. Battle of Iwo Jima in the spring of 1945 with the participation of US Marines.
11. Release of prisoners of Buchenwald (Liberation of Buchenwald). Photo by Margaret Bourke-White, 1945.
12. Great Soul (The Great Soul). Photo by Margaret Bourke-White, 1946. Mahatma Gandhi near the symbol of non-violent movement for India's independence from Britain - the spinning wheel.
13. A Child Is Born. Photo by Lennart Nilsson, 1965. The image of the child in the womb was the first in the world.
14. Freedom Riders (Freedom Riders). Photo by Paul Schutzer, 1961. «Freedom Riders" called joint bus trip of black and white activists who protested against the violation of the rights of black people in the southern United States. In 1961, activists of the rented buses and traveled to the southern states, has repeatedly been attacked by white Southerners and arrests. During the trip from Montgomery (Alabama) in Jackson (Mississippi) to protect the "riders" were identified soldiers of the National Guard.
15. Agony (Agony): Photo by Ralph Morse, 1944. Army medic George Lott was seriously injured both hands.
16. Sea hats (Sea of Hats). Photo by Margaret Bourke-White, 1930. A crowd of hats in the streets of New York.
17. Reaching Out: Photo by Larry Burrows, 1966. Wounded Marine during the war in Vietnam.
18. Alexander Solzhenitsyn Breathes Free. Photo by Harry Benson. Alexander Solzhenitsyn in Vermont.
19. Royal Jumping (Jumping Royals). Photo by Philippe Halsman, 1959. The Duke and Duchess of Windsor
20. Focus (Center of Attention). Photo by Leonard McCombe, 1956.
21. A person's death (Face of Death). Photo by Ralph Morse, 1943. The tank with the head of a Japanese soldier.
22. Picasso and the Centaur (Picasso and Centaur). Photo by Gjon Mili, 1949. Figure in the air.
23. Winston Churchill (Winston Churchill). Photo by Yousuf Karsh, 1941. Winston Churchill was Prime Minister of Great Britain in 1940-1945 and 1951-1955. Politics, military, journalist, writer. Won the Nobel Prize for Literature.
24. Leopard Killer (A Leopard's Kill). Photo by John Dominis, 1966. Leopard with the victim.
25. Pied Piper of Ann Arbor (Pied Piper of Ann Arbor). Photo by Alfred Eisenstaedt, 1950. At the head of the column drummer children from the University of Michigan.
26. Man-century jet (Jet Age Man). Photo by Ralph Morse, 1954. The pilot jet.
27. 3D Movie Audience. Photo by J.R. Eyerman, 1952. People watching the first full stereo movie Bwana Devil.
28. Steve McQueen. Photo by John Dominis, 1963. Actor Steve McQueen, starring in the movie "The Magnificent Seven».
29. The Country Doctor (Country Doctor). Photo by W. Eugene Smith, 1948. Ernest Ceriani was the only doctor on the 1,200 square miles of the region. Photo: Doctor after a failed Caesarean section, in which due to complications killed the mother and child.
30. Three American (Three Americans). Photo by George Strock, 1943. The bodies of American soldiers killed in battle with the Japanese on the beach in New Guinea. It was the first photograph of the dead American soldiers during World War II.
31. Jack and Bobby: Photo by Hank Walker, 1960. John F. Kennedy (at that time still a senator) with his brother Robert in the hotel during the Democratic convention in Los Angeles.
32. Sophia Loren. Photo by Alfred Eisenstaedt, 1966. Still from the film "Marriage Italian" with Sophia Loren. When he left this issue «LIFE», he received criticism from readers for so candid shots. One reader wrote: "Thank God that the postman arrives at noon, when my kids are in school».
33. Charlie Chaplin. Photo by W. Eugene Smith, 1952. Charlie Chaplin at the age of 63 years.
34. Gunhild Larking. Photo by George Silk, 1956. Gunhild Larking - Swedish high jumper. In the photo: Gunhild at the Olympic Games 1956 in Melbourne.
35. The Beatles in Miami. Photo by John Loengard, 1964. The legendary foursome during the American tour. Judging by the grimace Ringo, the water in the pool that day was cool enough.
36. Before the wedding (Before the Wedding). Photo by Michael Rougier, 1962
37. Survivor (Littlest Survivor). Photo by W. Eugene Smith, 1943. came under siege on the island of Saipan, hundreds of Japanese committed mass suicide to avoid being captured by the Americans during World War II. In the photo: a miracle survivor Japanese child in the hands of a US Marine.
38. Liz and Monty: Photo by Peter Stackpole, 1950. Elizabeth Taylor and Montgomery Clift on the film «A Place in the Sun» studio Paramount.
39. «Dali Atomicus». Photo by Philippe Halsman, 1948. To make this picture, the photographer took six hours of time and 28 throws (of water, chairs and cats). At the end of filming photographer and his assistants were wet, dirty and exhausted.
40. Both Sides Now. Photo by John Shearer, 1971. Muhammad Ali before his fight with Joe Frazier in March 1971. Amateur tease opponents, Ali, before the fight with Frazier questioned masculinity, intellectual ability and "black skin" of the last.
41. Ingenue Audrey: Photo by Mark Shaw, 1954. The star of "Roman Holiday" Audrey Hepburn at the age of 25 years.
42. The Lion in Winter (Lion in Winter). Photo by John Bryson, 1959. Hemingway near his home in Ketchum, Idaho.
43. Rasstuplenie sea in Salt Lake City (Parting the Sea in Salt Lake City). Photo by J.R. Eyerman, 1958. On the Drive-in theater in the capital of Utah Salt Lake City broadcast the movie "The Ten Commandments," Moses parted on the background of the Red Sea.
44. Escape boy (A Boy's Escape). Photo by Ralph Crane, 1947. This picture shows a staging boy escape from the orphanage.
45. Prior to Camelot, a visit to West Virginia (Before Camelot, a Visit to West Virginia). Photo by Hank Walker, 1960. John F. Kennedy speaks during the election campaign in the American town.
46. Plane over Manhattan (Airplane Over Manhattan). Photo by Margaret Bourke-White, 1939
47. At the light (Into the Light). Photo by Eugene Smith, 1946
48. Leap lone wolf (A Wolf's Lonely Leap). Photo by Jim Brandenburg, 1986. The polar wolf in northern Canada.
49. Kiss (The Kiss). Photo by Alfred Eisenstaedt, 1945. This picture is etched with a sailor and a nurse, learn about the end of the war, has become one of the most famous.
50. Dennis Stock: Photo by Andreas Feininger, 1951