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It took 100 years for men to realise that the brain is also important...
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John Quincy Adams, the sixth President of the United States, was the first president to have his photograph taken (USA, 1843).
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The first ever underwater photograph, (c. 1899) taken by Louis Marie Auguste Boutan |
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The debut of Madonna, at Uncle Sam’s Blues club, Long Island, New York City (1981).
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ClassicPics Dec 15
1 US Dollar worth of German paper marks during a period of hyperinflation, under the Weimar government (1923)
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ClassicPics Dec 15
“What is done cannot be undone, but one can prevent it happening again” - Anne Frank
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The first coloured landscape to showcase the world in colour was taken in 1877 by Louis Arthur Ducos du Hauron titled 'Landscape of Southern France'.
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ClassicPics Dec 15
Adolf Hitler's 4th grade class, the fuhrer-to-be can be seen top row, dead center (1899).
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John F Kennedy's funeral at the capitol. November 1963.
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Everything in London at Christmas time is just a touch more magical, don't you think? 🎄 📸 tmnikonian on Instagram
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European Jews on Ellis Island protest against their deportation to Germany, (1936).
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Women protesting forced Hijab days after the revolution, (Iran, 1979).
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Tour De France, Gino Sciardis, (1949).
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French soldier rests to have lunch after days of battle near Reims (France 1917).
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Women protesting forced Hijab days after the revolution, (Iran, 1979).
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Tour De France, Gino Sciardis, (1949).
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ClassicPics Dec 13
French soldier rests to have lunch after days of battle near Reims (France 1917).
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Men celebrating the end of prohibition, (1933).
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ClassicPics Dec 13
The “Shadow” of a Hiroshima Victim, Etched into Stone Steps.
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Ruins of Budapest following World War II, Hungary, (1946).
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