Thursday, October 6, 2016

26 Amazing Photos That Left a Huge Mark in History. You Have To See This!

Our history is full with these kinds of moments that we weren't aware off. Everyday we see new pictures that show certain moments of what happened back then when we weren't even born. Even though these photographers are probably all gone by now, their masterful pieces of how life once was will live on forever.

There are hundreds movies who are focused on the old ages, but that's only the director's point of view. It's really different when you see an authentic picture what really happened many years ago.

That's why these photos are so amazing and you have to see them!

1. Celebrating peace at the end of WWII.

2. Pele with fans at World Cup 1966 in England.

3. Adolf Hitler 15 years before WWII.

4. New York City in 1926.

5. Princess Diana and Prince Charles attend Live Aid in 1985.

6. Elvis Presley with fans in Germany, 1959.

7. Coca-Cola delivery truck in 1910.

8. Delivering the first computer in Norwich City council, 1957.

9. Disneyland in opening day, 1955.

10. Christmas truce of WWI on Dec. 24, 1914.

11. Southern Pacific railroad bridge destroyed by floods in California, 1938.

12. Children for sale in Chicago, 1948.

13. Paul McCartney and Mick Jagger, 1967.

14. Apollo 16 crew in 1972.

15. Muhammad Ali taunts Joe Frazier, 1971.

16. St Paul's Cathedral during the London blitz in 1940.

17. Mother Theresa at age 18 in 1928.

18. Entertainer Sammy Davis Jr. performs for members of the 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) in an undisclosed location in Vietnam during February of 1972.

19. Lenin and Stalin in 1922.

20. An English girl near her bomb-damaged home in 1940.

21. Tasman Bridge disaster, 1975.

22. Filming the atomic blast of Wasp Prime Test, 1955.

23. Two young girls share a moment at a Beatles concert, 1964.

24. Baptist preacher Robert Gray denounces Elvis Presley before his concerts in Jacksonville, Florida, 1956.

25. Marilyn Monroe from her last photo shoot taken a few weeks before her death by Bert Stern for Vogue, 1962.

26. 1st class lounge on the Titanic, 1912.

(via buzzive)

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