Famous historical photos are now in color! Part 2

Today we continue a selection of photos that have been made in the 19-20-X centuries and thanks to the latest technology is now in color.

The first part

Sergeant George Camblair in exercises with household grenades. Fort Belvoir, Virginia, in 1942

Abandoned boy holding a toy. London 1945

Hindenburg. Crash. May 6, 1937

Japanese archers. 1860

View from the Capitol in Nashville, Tennessee during the Civil War in 1864

Car accident. Washington, DC, in 1926

Crowd raging concert Jay MakKnili older. Los Angeles, 1953

Albert Einstein, Summer 1939 Long Island, New York

Audrey Hepburn

Joseph Goebbels scowls at the photographer Alfred Eisenstadt, learning that he was Jewish. 1933

A boy in a slum area of ​​Baltimore, July 1938

British soldiers on the train on the way to the Western Front. England, September 20, 1939

Oscar II, King of Sweden and Norway. 1880

Walt Whitman, American poet and essayist. 1887

Charlie Chaplin at the age of 27 years. 1916

Elizabeth Taylor posing

Parade occupiers in Paris

Soldiers in masks posing. UK, March 28, 1936

Apollo 11 astronauts

Clint Eastwood at work. 1960

Children landlord evicted in 1936

Rowing team at Cornell University in 1911

Caleb Lyon

Team Surfers

Catapult officer Lieutenant Walter Chauning climbs the blazing F6F Hellcat, to help out the pilot, who, because of this, was still alive. The aircraft carrier USS Enterprise, 1943.

Diplomat Jose Paranhos

Marlon Brando

General George Armstrong Custer

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