Sporting a different mustache than we are used to, Adolf Hitler
(on the right) during his military service sometime between
Sad clown Emmett Kelly, in his performer’s makeup, carrying a
bucket of water in the aftermath of the Hartford circus fire of
July 6, 1944, in which at least 167 people were killed. The
tragedy is often called “the day the clown cried.”
Soviet flag on the Reichstag, Berlin. May 1945.
No Doubt at Fender’s Long Beach, CA 1987.
Recording the MGM Lion in 1929.
The “Great Manta” that was captured by Captain A.L. Kahn on
August 26, 1933.
Marilyn Monroe with Ella Fitzgerald at the the Mocambo. A
popular Hollywood night club at the time. That would not book
Ella because of segregation. Marilyn told the manager that she
would reserve a front row table every night Ella performed
there. Ella performed a week later. 1955.
Federal Ironclad USS GALENA James River, Virgina. 1862.
The last commercial sailing ship, Pamir, to round Cape Horn in
The crew of Apollo 11 enjoy the traditional steak and egg
breakfast before departing for the moon, July 16 1969.
A Worker on beam of building at 40 Wall Street, 1930.
Sailors at Pearl Harbor watch as the USS Shaw explodes during
the Japanese attack. December 7, 1941.
Germans testing a Messerschmitt Bf 109 in 1935.
Women protesting the forced Hijab in Iran days after the 1979
A busy Japanese street in 1950.
Railway gun prepares for the invasion of Poland in September,
The Rothschild’s Illuminati Ball. December 12, 1972.
A Japanese merchant in 1901.
The good old days before those pesky labor laws... Pin Boys
working in Brooklyn's subway bowling alleys in 1910 after one in
the morning. According to the photographer, there were
three younger children who the boss kept out of the photo.
The Beatles at the Palais des Sports in France, June 1965.
A pre World War II Nazi ceremony. The exact date is
American Nazi organization rally at Madison Square Garden, New
York City, 1939.
The Beatles looking back. 1962 and 1969.
Douglas Faribanks hoists Charlie Chaplin in the air in 1918.
Women boxing in the roof sometime in the 1930s.
Pacific Southwest Airlines stewardesses in 1972.
The German embassy in Sweden flying the flag at half mast on
April 30th 1945, the day Hitler died.
General George S. Patton’s dog on the day of Patton’s death on
December 21st, 1945.
A crowded ship bringing American troops back to New York harbor
after V-E Day, May 8th, 1945.
The White House hollowed out during its reconstruction.
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