30 photos of the past, you just have to uvidet.Staryh black and white photographs, often inexplicable and strange, vast. But the masterpieces worthy of the name only those that tell stories. Imprinted on the eternal memory of seconds that cause a variety of emotions. Make smile or shudder at the realization that the picture in the photograph actually happened. Website is the pictures full of emotion and meaning. Each of them - a complete composition on the events of an era.
This Winnie the Pooh and Christopher Robin this. California, in 1927.
The first morning in Sweden after the change of the direction of movement with the left hand on the right-hand, 1967.
Austrian boy presented new the shoes during the Second World War.
Chimpanzee is photographed by a newspaper after the successful flight into space.
Woman with gas-resistant stroller. England, in 1938.
Kids' cells of fresh air ", in 1937. These cells were used for children who live in apartment buildings, get enough sunlight and fresh air.
Martin Luther King Jr. and his son removed the ashes from the burning of a cross on their yard, 1960.
Elvis Presley in the Army, 1958.
Unpacking the head of the Statue of Liberty June 17, 1885.
The girl shakes her doll in the ruins of their destroyed house. London, 1940.
Mother and son looking at the mushroom cloud after the test of the atomic bomb. Las Vegas, 1953.
Measuring the length of the bathing suit, if it is too short, women will be fined. 1920.
Unknown Soldier. Vietnam, 1965.
Lifeguard on the beach, 1920s.
Christmas dinner during the Great Depression: cabbage and turnips.
Bookstore, which was destroyed during an air attack. London, 1940.
Woman hides her face in shame when the photographer takes her to advertise the sale of four children. Chicago, 1948.
Cafeteria for employees of Disneyland, 1961.
106-year-old Armenian woman defends his house, 1990.
Annie Edison Taylor - the first survivor of a man who crossed Niagara Falls in a barrel in 1901. Annie was 63 years old.
Prostheses of the 19th century. England, in 1890.
Ronald McDonald, 1963.
May 1, 1947 23-year-old Evelyn McHale rushed from the observation deck 83 floors of the Empire State Building. It fell directly on the UN limousine. Later it was called the most beautiful suicide.
The melted and damaged waxworks museum Madame Tussauds. London, 1930.
Annette Kellerman defended women's right to wear a one-piece swimsuit. Later, she was arrested for obscenity. 1907.
Walter Yeo, one of the first who have undergone plastic surgery and skin grafts.
Students at Princeton after snow battle "against Members sophomores." 1893.
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