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Saw one earlier. Can we get another historic photo thread?

The stories and information posted here are artistic works of fiction and falsehood.
Only a fool would take anything posted here as fact.

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Saw one earlier.

Can we get another historic photo thread?

Story preferable but not mandatory

Pic related: Fall of Saigon '75. Evacuation of the CIA personnel by helicopter the day before reunification
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Hitler as best man
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Abraham Lincoln's hearse
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Fire fighters responding to Chernobyl they didn't know what happened, the lines at the bottom was the radiation messing with the film
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>>573128239
Haven't seen this before. Cheers
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Leia and her body double
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Bruce lee's funeral
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5MB's of memory being loaded into a Pan AM jet in 1956
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Aryton Senna's funeral the largest non religious, political funeral ever
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An Average 4chan User.
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>>573129356
this makes me happy
RIP senna
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Hitler Dancing
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Einstein meets charlie chaplain
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>>573127525
I'll post a few. Don't know what lots of them are, probably should have edited file names
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moar plz
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>>573129906
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>>573130353
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BumpBumpBump! Im addicted too historical images now! Fill me up!
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>>573130409
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>>573130468
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The world's first video game, "Tennis for Two" in 1958. The small, circular object toward the left is the screen.
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>>573127525
did you just see last days in vietnam?
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>>573130514
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2 soldiers in ww2 just talking
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>>573130545
Was it kinda like Pong?
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>>573130047
>adolph
KEK
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Civilian bystanders at Pearl Harbor killed by shrapnel
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>>573130646
wow m8
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>>573130749

Go ask a veteran, someone who lived through this time, and they'll tell you exactly how cash that shit was.
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>>573127525
>Pic related: Fall of Saigon '75. Evacuation of the CIA personnel by helicopter the day before reunification

But that's not what the pic shows. The people fleeing are Vietnamese.

http://partners.nytimes.com/library/review/042300photo-review.html
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>>573130975
thank you. Didn't look right.
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>>573130679
Here's some gameplay footage. Very much like tennis, actually.
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>>573131149
OMG dat framerate doe
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>>573131327
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>>573128239
Privet stahlkyehr
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I need everything! Post everything!!
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>>573131327
actually it was a lot smoother than that gif shows:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u6mu5B-YZU8#t=52
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>Special forces during the war
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>>573131379
Where was this taken?
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Planes,trains and automobiles
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>>573130584
Nope? Any good?

I visited this building when I was in Saigon this year. They are tearing it down to make new apartments. Make of that what you will.

Fascinating story though, the whole Vietnam war is to be fair.
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tidal sludge at Iwo Jima
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>>573131971
Not a clue, sorry. Maybe try a reverse image search to get some backstory?
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>>573132302
Sieg Howl!
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>>573132376
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>>573132395
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>>573132584
I saw so many versions of this picture that i don't remember which one was from the actual film.
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>>573130975
CIA personnel, I didn't say it was actually the CIA, many of these were office workers and admins who had been promised asylum by the station. Just sayin. Not that it matters, doesn't really change the awesomeness of the picture.
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>>573132610
Howl y'all doin?
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>>573131379
pls respond.

The guy at the bottom left smiling with the Wehrmacht visor on looks exactly like my grandfather, Generalleutnant Friedrich Sieberg he fought with the 14th panzer division and was killed somewhere on the eastern front
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Omaha Beach today
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>>573132934
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>>573132376
Did none of the links have a location. Damn.

>>573132885
I mean right.
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>>573133154
It's a quite common picture so i think that somewhere over google must be something.
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British EOD technician approaches a car bomb during The Troubles in Northen Ireland (1968–1998)
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>>573132934
>Omaha Beach

not sure if this is just OT or some kind of paradox - .. can be a photograph that near to the present be historical?

also - moar, plox, ppl
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did everyone leave already?
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>>573134452
Nope, still lurking I've got nothing to contribute.

Keep going if you've got more.
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>>573134452
no
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>>573134452
not at all!
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im lurking, keep it up
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Moar...

Titanic.
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This was in the last thread.

Some doubt to its provenance but I have found many sources that say it's legit online. If anyone can add to it I'm all ears.
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>>573133829
it's a historic location
since the thread was just moving at light speed
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Billy the Kid holding one of the first AK-47's I believe.
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First picture uploaded to the Internets.
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Aftermath of the Jonestown massacre.
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Jonestown again.
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I'm at work at the mo, if the thread dies, someone make another?

Makes a welcome change to trap and fur...
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>>573135220
poisoning a whole village! Thats just impressive!
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>>573134926
>it's a historic location

ah well - I guess that counts.

also - contributing..
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More Vietnam.
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>>573130763
That's Bonnie and Clyde you nigger
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>>573134452
Are you my mommy?
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>>573135526

Yeah, not to mention that he got people to follow him from the US all the way to fucking Guyana.

There's a really interesting MSNBC documentary about it all that's truly disturbing. It has some of the survivors talking about killing people and watching others die and the sadistic and weird shit Jim Jones did the whole time. Can't remember what it was called, though.
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>>573135748
ooooooh ofcourse!!
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Ella Harper with a rare disease called "genu recurvatum, circa 1880
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Here's a picture of my great grandparents on my mother's side the day before the attack on Pearl Harbor. My great grandfather, John, died the next day.
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>>573135836
might be this? or are there others? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3HTtLHgU9tY
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>>573135748
>dead people in a car
>must be b&c
quit making stuff up and reverse image search it
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Sffleet's behading
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>>573135919
2spooky
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>>573135984
Actually very nicely done anon.

+3 internets to you
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>>573135984
Haha he looks like a faggot
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>>573136098
Sorry, who?
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>>573136034

Nah, the one I saw was on MSNBC, but they might all share clips probably.
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>>573136148
Thank you. I actually spent a lot of time on it.
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>>573136037
Apart from the fact that it is bonnie and Clyde.. Learn2internet, nigger
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>>573127762

that's not just Hitler as best man, that's Hitler as best man to Joseph Goebbels, his psychopath advisor.
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>>573136275
yea this one is pretty interesting ;) had no idea this story existed. thanks!
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Acid. $1
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>>573130646
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>>573131149
its just a fucking ocilliscope
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>>573136332
epic
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Outtake from the Abbey Road photo shoot, 1969
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>>573136590
>overusing bait pictures
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Japanese Soldier WWII
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>>573136703
Last night someone posted a photo of these guys about to make the crossing. Seen that?
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>>573136840
Yep. Almost posted it.
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Between takes during filming of A Clockwork Orange
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Apache Company doing their patriotic duty fired a few warning shots with no visible reaction from a car's occupants. It kept coming, so someone opened fire. eventually they all opened fire. As the car rolled closer, they heard children crying. Inside the car had been a family. Mother, father, and 4 children trying to get home before the curfew. They hadn't seen the camouflaged soldiers, so they sped up when they heard the warning shots, a natural reaction to gunshots in an area where skirmishes can and do break out any time. The children hadn't been hit, but their parents were almost unrecognizable. Afterwards the soldiers went back to base to play nintendo
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>>573136949
Do eet!
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>>573137024
moar
any kubrick
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George W. Zimmermanns cc
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Before The Crossing.
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Tim Curry in the makeup chair during the making of The Rocky Horror Picture Show.
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The moon rocket
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>>573137437
Much appreciated.
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>>573137437
What a bunch of hippie faggots.
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The rotating Discovery One set from 2001: A Space Odyssey.
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>>573137638
Was this cross on fire on his front lawn? or something?
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>>573137574
>historic
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>>573137684
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>>573137769
badass
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The making of the opening crawl for Empire Strikes Back.
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>>573137129
What are they meant to do? commit suicide?
Better to get over it then kill yourself cause you made a mistake where some sand monkeys died.
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>>573137810
Yes, it was at his home in Atlanta. That's son next to him
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Moonwatcher's smoke break.
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>>573137985
fucking EPIC
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>>573135919
Fucking goatman.
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>>573130514
Manlets. When will they learn?
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>>573132934
Thats not omaha beach france. Omaha has a deep/long sandy shore
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>>573136580
God I wish
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>>573137129
They didn't have Nintendo, they had PlayStation, dumbass.
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>>573138067
Not shoot first and ask questions later.
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>>573138793
image if they had guns and shot them. Better to kill them, then you die.
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This thread is too important! Those who may contribute, please do!
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>>573139072
story. PLEASE
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>>573139067
ok hold on
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>>573139152
Story?
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>>573139196
I am
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>>573137985
Is that how they did it? I always thought it was CGI or something
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>>573132934
Pointe du Hoc.
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>>573138983
They were in camo gear hidden, so imagining they had guns doesn't change much, also give me on example when someone broke the curfew and fought back?

>Protip: you can't.
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>>573139253
HOLD YOUR HORSES
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>>573139395
I am
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>>573139317
>CGI
>the seventies

lol
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>>573139607
RED LIGHT MUHFUGGA
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18 year old French Résistance fighter, Simone Segouin, with war name Nicole Minet. She had come from Chartres to help liberate the capital. Paris, August 19, 1944.
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>>573139637
Do not rage on me. Enlighten me. With Historical Pictures. Of things that have happened.
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F-15E Strike Eagle, F-15C Eagle, and F-16A Fighting Falcon Fighter Jets Fly Over Burning Oil Fields During Operation Desert Storm, 1991
Dawlat al Kuwayt – State of Kuwait
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>>573139317
It's a very basic composite
so as long as what you don't want is very dark
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When he reached St. Petersburg in 1905, Rasputin began to make himself known as a healer. He kept office hours of 10am to 1pm every day, during which anyone could call upon him for services. Rasputin's growing fame eventually allowed him visits to the Alexander Palace, where he assisted the very wealthy and powerful.

Rasputin was first called upon to assist the royal family in 1907. Their son was indeed a hemophiliac and, although they wanted it kept quiet, they needed someone who could help. Rasputin was called in and successfully stopped the bleeding, telling the royal family that their own destiny was deeply linked to himself.
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>>573139950
ffs forgot file
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Unfortunately, we can’t find any info on when or where this shot was taken

"I’m a bit late here but I can say for sure that this photo is not from 1965, but most probably from early 1964, I would say january."
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>>573140010
>>573139821
Great job!
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"the hung children was a desperate act to spare the orphaned kids the woes of war. They would have died horrible deaths at the hands of soldiers and or starvation and loney despare on the war torn streets...think of it as a relief to them. not about god sparing them bullshit, but just sparing the suffering that would have ended in death anyways"
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>>573140010
Why do people from the 1800's always look so creepy?
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Now there is no question that the ancient Greeks ran relay races using flames, but this was not done as an integral ceremonial opening part of the ancient games; instead it was done in regards to religious beliefs and their Gods. What's more, though a flame was present in 1928 and 1932, at Amsterdam and Los Angeles respectively, there was no relay involving such flames. This would be a Nazi creation - a new tradition that has carried on to this day.
Dr. Joseph Goebbels and the Nazi Propaganda Ministry supported the idea of an Olympic flame torch relay in large part for the visual impact it would have as part of a huge public relations and political campaign to project a positive image of Nazi Germany to the world. And, so it was; from the torch's lighting in Greece, where a German ambassador dedicated the torch to Hitler himself, while a band played the marching song of the Sturmabteilung; through its path across Europe - including through the Sudetenland which Hitler coveted for annexation; to the final legs of the torch's journey.
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>>573140443
Lack of colour and the clothing.
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>>573140443
I've wondered this. I believe it might have to do with the cameras taking "long" images. Making faces seem like they often have more than one expression. perhaps
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Russian officers in the Reichstag

Perhaps as a side-effect of this law linking death with sexual maturity, the arrival of the enemy at the edge of the city made young soldiers desperate to lose their virginity. Girls,well aware of the high risk of rape, preferred to give themselves to almost any German boy first than to a drunken and probably violent Soviet soldier. In the broadcasting centre of the Grossdeutscher Rundfunk on the Masurenallee, two-thirds of the 500-strong staff were young women - many little more than eighteen. There, in the last week of April, a 'real feeling of disintegration' spread, with heavy drinking and indiscriminate copulation amid the stacks of the sound archive. There was also a good deal of sexual activity between people of various ages in unlit cellars and bunkers. The aphrodisiac effect of mortal danger is hardly an unknown historical phenomenon.
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Torpedoed Japanese destroyer Yamakaze, photographed through periscope of USS Nautilus, 25 June 1942. The Yamakaze sank within five minutes of being struck, there were no survivors.
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>>573133107
Goddammit Pauli
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Ham the Chimp after his historic trip to space, 1961. The trip lasted 16 Minutes.
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>>573135836
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>>573134954
You're retarded.
The AK 47 was just beginning to be designed 70 years after billy the kids death.
Furthermore, tanks weren't used in combat until 35 years after his death.

Don't just make up a back story if you're not even going to look at the clues in the fucking picture. Its obvious that's not billy the kid, and its obvious for reasons beyond the fact that the man looks nothing like billy the kid
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yep
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>>573133107
>W. HEISENBERG
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"Flatiron Building, New York." The Manhattan landmark under construction circa 1902.
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>>573133969
Filming the MGM lion?
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>>573135173
we need more cults like this
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>>573134774
hitler and gandhi were friends back then
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In April 1904, The New York Times moved its operations to the newly constructed Times Building—then the second tallest building in the city—on 42nd Street at Longacre Square. Times publisher Adolph S. Ochs convinced Mayor George McClellan to build a subway station there and rename the area for his newspaper. (Three weeks later, as if carrying out some bit of genetic code, the first electrified ad appeared on the side of a bank at 46th Street and Broadway.)

On December 31 of that year, Ochs began the tradition of celebrating New Year’s Eve at Times Square. And three years later, the famous Times Square Ball drop from the roof of the Times Building, known simply today as One Times Square, was added to the annual jamboree. Here’s a picture of what Times Square looked like way back then
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>>573141292
Yes that is correct, no health and safety at work in those days.
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>>573129356
Had a drink with Senna a long time ago. I dont remember the date 89, 90 or 91 after the Monza. race. He bought drinks for every body cause he just won.I was stationed in Italy at the time.He had 2 chicks with him.
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Country store on dirt road. Sunday afternoon. 1939, in Gordonton, North Carolina. The photo is by Dorothea Lange.
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>>573130749
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>>573141060
Calm down dear. Sorry this offended you so much. Care to contribute anything else squire?
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1957. "Actor James Arness filming on location for the television series Gunsmoke," in the notional Kansas landscape around Dodge City. Photo by Maurice Terrell for the Look magazine article "Jim Arness: Hero of Gunsmoke."
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Chernobyl disaster that happened on the night of 25 on April 26, 1986 on the effects of pollution has become a truly global scale catastrophe. Especially tragic are the implications for Europe. Around Chernobyl was formed 30-kilometer evacuation zone population. In Ukraine, according to official data, consider the contaminated area 16 regions, and in fact - all regions of the republic, including Kyiv were more or less harmful effects of radiation. At the disaster only in 1988 - 1990 рр. spent in prices of those over 20 billion rubles. In general, the needs of the accident is spent annually to 7% of the State Budget of Ukraine.
Radioactive pollution caused by the disaster, is causing cancer among people, especially children of preschool and school age, it is harmful impact on the overall health of the population.
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Long Island circa 1903. "The Bowery -- Rockaway, New York."

The device with the wires looks very like an induction coil, much loved by quack doctors and malevolent small boys, with some kind of meter behind to add to the effect. Hold the handles, press the button - and impress your companions with your new vocabulary.
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I love to lurk this threads while im at work lolz.
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During the colonial and revolutionary eras in American history, inland travel was slow, difficult, and expensive. The "King's Highways" established by Pennsylvania's colonial governments followed and improved ancient Indian paths, but hardly allowed for freight wagons or anything beyond single-file trains of pack-horses. Inhabitants of the colony were required, by a law passed in 1683, to work on the construction of roads and bridges or pay a fee, but maintenance of the "King's Highways" was sporadic.
Three types of new roads appeared during what historians now call the "turnpike era." The first and most durable roads of crushed stone proved to be the best suited for the often harsh weather of the eastern United States. Opened in 1794, the marker Philadelphia and Lancaster Turnpike was the first extended example of these new paved roads. It was also the nation's first major toll road. Stretching more than sixty miles between two communities, the pike became a major artery for commercial travel within the Commonwealth and a gateway for travel westward.

Six white horses are hitched to a covered wagon with an advertising sign hanging from it.
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Pennsylvania Conestoga Wagon, circa 1890.
The builders of the Philadelphia and Lancaster pike borrowed from the ideas of English engineers Thomas Telford and John McAdam, rivals who had helped devise the modern system of road paving. Telford's principles required using a base of large cobblestones topped with multiple layers of different-sized crushed stones. The Philadelphia and Lancaster pike followed this formula. McAdam (whose name inspired the terms "macadam" and "tarmac") disagreed with Telford over the most efficient sizes of crushed stone, but his belief in raising the center of the road to promote drainage was an innovation that the builders of this great early Pennsylvania turnpike also embraced.
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>>573141683
I've got some pictures of George Washington using the first telephone, and a picture of Gandhi using MySpace when it was first launched
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>>573133669

Big balls.
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>>573134676

Last pic...?
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When Campbell opened the locker he found not a small fire, but an out-of-control blaze. Night watchman Arthur Pender had followed Campbell, and after seeing the fire quickly began trying to get other crew members to help extinguish it. Minutes later, unaware of what was happening in the Writing Room, another night the watchman was entering the wheelhouse and pointing out to the officer on duty Clarence Hackney that there was smoke pouring out of one of the ship's ventilators. While examining the smoke, Captain Warms entered the wheelhouse and told Hackney to investigate. In the lower decks of the ship, crew members and a few passengers already knew what Warms had just begun to understand: the SS Morro Castle was on fire.
The situation was hopeless from the moment it was discovered. Within 15 minutes, the ship was engulfed in flames with many people only being alerted by screams of panic. The crew was not trained to handle a fire and, seeing no other option, passengers jumped overboard leaving their fates to the violently thrashing ocean.
An SOS was not sent out until 3:25 am due to radio operator George White Rogers refusing to send a call without the official order from Warms, and it was nearly 4 am before nearby ships got to the smoldering wreck. What greeted the rescuers was an ocean of people both living and dead, and a glowing ship with some of the crew still aboard.It was 7:34 pm on September 8 when the Morro Castle finally came to rest, beaching itself 200 feet off of Asbury Park, perfectly adjacent to Convention Hall. The ship became a magnet for people who wanted to see the doomed vessel and while bodies were still washing up along the New Jersey coast, signs were being posted and admission being collected to come see the wrecked Morro Castle.
The ship would remain there until the following March, when it finally was hauled away for scrap, leaving behind the memory of the disaster and the 137 lives that were lost on their vacation of a lifetime.
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>>573142370
Coolstorybro. Tell me again why you are so butthurt?
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>>573135984
With a bottle of Cpt Morgans. Huh
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>>573128045

Lincoln's funeral procession in New York. Two two children in the window are future president Theodore Roosevelt and his brother Elliot.
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>>573141598
I could believe this. I live on the border, and I've seen a house with similar construction from that era.
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>>573142550
I believe so.
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Very interesting thread. The 'German' soldier appears to be Finnish. I'm 90% sure that he is carrying a Suomi KP-31 (I have one on the workbench right now, and there's a lot of similarities). If I'm right (and assuming the Russian has a PPS-43), this would date it to the Continuation War along the Finnish/Russian frontier. Alternatively, the Finns could be members of the SS volunteer battalion, which was active from 1941-1943.

Most likely Staged.
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>>573130646
you idiot thats from Band of Brothers!
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Woman suffrage hikers arrive in Washington D.C. from New York, 1913.
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Main Ní Tuathail, a 14 year old girl from the Claddagh wearing traditional Claddagh dress. Galway, Ireland, 26th May 1913.
The Claddagh (Irish: an Cladach, meaning "the shore") was a fishing village close to the centre of Galway city.
The people of the Claddagh lived quite separately from the City of Galway and retained their Gaelic customs, language
and dress well into the 1930s. The original village of thatched cottages was razed in 1935 and replaced by a council-housing scheme.
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>>573137948

Refused to sit down if I remember correctly
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This one blew my mind the first time I saw the set.
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April 24 – The Woolworth Building opens in New York City. Designed by Cass Gilbert, it is the tallest building in the world at this date and for more than a decade after. View looking north on Broadway, towards the Woolworth Building, photograph ca. 1913.
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In this gratifyingly expansive, beautifully sharp image looking up Fifth Avenue in the spring of 1913, it doesn't much matter if it's in black or white, since all of the automobiles were the color of shiny coal. Note that at the time, Fifth Avenue had traffic in both directions. Photo: George Grantham Bai.
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>>573140204

Stuff laying everywhere...
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>>573143494
>>573142554
>>573142317
>>573142101
>>573141424
>>573141281

How are all of these photos so goddamn clear?
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>>573140204
>mfw the amp on the right isn't mic'd
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The battlefield conditions were well beyond the expectation of all Canadians. On the western front, it was a stalemate between the Allies and the German-Austrian armies. Each side had established a network of trenches and the distance between the trenches was known as ‘no-man’s-land.’ Passage through ‘no-man’s-land’ was impeded by water filled bomb craters, mines and fields of barbed wire.
>>573143730
You can sharpen and enhance images with technology today. Plus in those days you had to sit still in good lighting for crisp pictures, which is what most of these are.
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>>573132376
fucking betty page!
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>>573141060
i fucking keked

>>573142370
how about a selfie of an autist using his mother's PC with a drip sheet on the keyboard?
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Eureka has to be one among the early mining towns to almost disappear without a trace. Once the possessor of a main street that boasted "the finest saloons anywhere", the main street is no more. The town got is start in 1860 when a small group of miners began to dig and pan around the banks of the Animas River south of the mining town of Animas Forks. Eureka never became a boomtown. Rather, it grew slowly but steadily with train service coming to the town in 1896. To escape the danger of avalanches which were common in the area, the town was situated midway between the slopes of two mountainsides at a turn of the Animas River. The Sunnyside mill was the main economic source for the town. When the mill closed in 1938, Eureka was no more. What are left are foundations that climb the mountainside as reminders of the town that was
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>>573143330
Betty white?
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>>573141598

Just rocks and shit holding it up - amazing.
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He Sleeps Where He Fell 1864 Dead Confederate soldier near Mrs. Alsop's house." Wet-plate glass negative by Timothy H. O'Sullivan. Photos from Grant's Wilderness Campaign, May-June 1864.
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>>573144370
July 1863. Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. "John L. Burns, the 'old hero of Gettysburg,' with gun and crutches." Burns, born ca. 1793, was a 70-year-old veteran of the War of 1812 when he was wounded in the Battle of Gettysburg, having volunteered his services as a sharpshooter to the Federal Army. He died of pneumonia in 1872. Wet-plate glass negative by Timothy H. O'Sullivan.
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The International Solvay Institutes for Physics and Chemistry, located in Brussels, were founded by the Belgian industrialist Ernest Solvay in 1912, following the historic invitation-only 1911 Conseil Solvay, considered a turning point in the world of physics. The Institutes coordinate conferences, workshops, seminars, and colloquial.
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>>573142705

Fucking awesome!
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>>573144265
Yep. There are more.
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>>573144768
Really!? Got em?
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>>573144504

this is fascinating
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>>573143637

Busy even then...
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>>573144409

I have no idea... Anyone...?
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>>573144327
Indeed. When I was in high school, I lived across from an old guy that had a really old wooden house on rocks like this. There's no telling how many decades of extreme weather that thing survived.

Also, monument to the U.S. Revolutionary War victory at King's Mountain, a few miles from where that house was.
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New York, 1942. "Street vagrant pushcart."
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>>573145170

Awesome Mate - thanks for educating an ignorant Ausfag.
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>>573130545
Interesting note, this image has equipment derived from an ICBM guidance system. Tennis For Two (Pong before Pong) had you the player going at it with the goddamn brain of a nuclear missile
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>>573145157
Story pls
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>>573135836
>Jonestown
I never knew about this, ty
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>>573141598
Those are his slaves?
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>>573145130
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Astronauts Bruce McCandless II and Robert L. Stewart make the first untethered space walk using the Manned Maneuvering Unit (MMU). McCandless became the first human Earth-orbiting satellite, venturing out 320 feet from the orbiter. While in orbit 170 miles above Earth, Navy Captain Bruce McCandless exits the U.S. space shuttle Challenger and maneuvers freely, using a bulky white rocket pack of his own design.
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>>573145274
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>>573130468
every time I see this picture i can't help but think I would totally smash the one on the left
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>>573145396

Thanks... I'm a bit slow tonight.

>tfw - image search
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Queens, New York, 1964. "Trans World Airlines Terminal, John F. Kennedy (Idlewild) Airport, 1956-62. Eero Saarinen, architect." Back before air travel turned into a bus trip with X-rays. Photo by Balthazar Korab.

>>573145391
Slavery was abolished in 1865.
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>>573145240
No problem. History is badass.
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>>573145449

Sexy as fuck
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>>573145584

Agreed - I love it... especially when I learn something new.
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Lee Harvey Oswald's most famous performance
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>>573145465
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The Battle of Đắk Tô was a series of major engagements of the Vietnam War that took place between November 3 to 22, 1967, in Kon Tum Province, in the Central Highlands of the Republic of Vietnam (South Vietnam). The action at Đắk Tô was one of a series of People's Army of Vietnam (PAVN) offensive initiatives that began during the second half of the year. North Vietnamese attacks at Lộc Ninh (in Bình Long Province), Song Be (in Phước Long Province), and at Con Thien and Khe Sanh, (in Quảng Trị Province), were other actions which, combined with Đắk Tô, became known as "the border battles." The first fighting of the new operation erupted on 3 November and 4 November when companies of the 4th Infantry came across PAVN defensive positions. The next day the same thing occurred to elements of the 173rd. The American and ARVN troops soon applied a methodical approach to combat in the highlands. They combed the hills on foot, ran into fixed PAVN hill-top defensive positions, applied massive firepower, and then launched ground attacks to force the North Vietnamese off. In all of these instances, PAVN troops fought stubbornly, inflicted casualties on the Americans, and then withdrew.
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>>573145534

God that's beautiful.
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>>573145689

'ya hit the wrong note billy goat!'
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New York, March 1943. "Times Square on a rainy day."
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>>573145594
1920s women are very sexy indeed
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>>573145706

You just know they're in that jungle... watching
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>>573145706

I have that machete.

I also have a Vietnam Issue Camillus, next to the Russian Entrenching tool.
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>>573145859
Take me back there....

The whole era had a certain.... romance to it.
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>>573129103
I bet it was full of 5mbs webms of porn.
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>>573145889

Someone fired the gardener?
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>>573145594
I concur.
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>>573145905

Ignorant fag here....

Is all that re-issue or just really well looked after?
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>>573128561
The threesome of my dreams
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DC-4 over Manhattan, 1939 Margaret Bourke-White was an American documentary photographer. She is best known as the first foreign photographer permitted to take pictures of Soviet Industry.

>>573145905
Nice collection, but that one looks a tad bigger than pictured.
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>>573146098

That perkiness!
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>>573146175

Beyond hot - pure class.
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>>573145670
Same here. Threads like this bring out the best of /b/.
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>>573146098
>those fat tits
>fat areolas
delicious
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>>573132885
Your grandfather was a hero. God rest his soul.
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>>573127525
Google : Shorpy

/thread
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>>573146210

Planes were beautiful back then.....

>>573146221

kek
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>>573146320

Every now and then it's just pure gold - nothing better on the interweb.
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Propellers of the RMS Olympic, a sister ship to the RMS Titanic.

That's all folks
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>>573128239
These guys are liquidaters or something like that
>Phone, too lazy to search for the right spelling, if I did spell it wrong..
The firefighters died almost right away. The guys on the picture is soldiers removing radiated rubbles and dust. Only two dumps at the time. 3 if you're fast.
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>>573146474

Seriously thanks.... I've been ages on this thread and enjoyed every second.
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>>573139338
I know this post is like an hour old but

>camo
>making you invisible
All infantry wear fucking camo, it doesn't mean they're invisible. They were probably standing on a street corner since they'd have had no reason to hide in a town with a curfew enforced.
Not to mention US desert camo sucks dick
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>>573146474
You were amazing.
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Ive been reading a book and grew up learning a lot about native americans due to some good influences.

Does anybody have some photo's of the Midwest or native americans around 1800
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>>573146474
Thanks for all the interesting pics anon
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>>573146474
Cheers fella!
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>>573146547
>>573146598
>>573146606
>>573146631
Sure thing fellas.
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Going to lunch now, if thread is dead when I get back I'll kick off another round. Good work /b
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>>573135495
notice how they hold the extra arrow just with the little finger...
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>>573146896
if I'm awake and see it i'll help out s'more
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>>573146869

One more pic for image limit?
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>>573147016
I was thinking someone else would get it
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>>573145689
That's Jack Ruby, dumbass
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>>573147106

Many thanks - hope to see your wrok again soon.
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>>573146469
Here, here.
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>>573147106

God those planes are beautiful.
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>>573146869
The Manhattan Bridge under construction in March 1909

>>573147106
US Marines fighting in Korea, 1 Jan 1953; note Corsair in flight overhead

>>573147228
lol it's not my work, I just save, copy & paste, but thanks for the words of kindess
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>>573140353
wat? this was from some homicide if I remember correctly?
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Nice thread OP

I actually tried making a collection of some of the greatest, I'm gonna have to add some of these to it.

http://imgur.com/a/kNGIM
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>>573133829
>can be a photograph that near to the present be historical?

That's some spectacular stupidity you got there, sir.
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>>573147395

It was your work putting it here.

Go tidy Anon.

Archive - http://4archive.org/b/thread/573127525
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>>573130646
Saving Private Ryan you heroin tablet
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>>573141492
God, what an experience. You're a lucky man!
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>>573147590

Kek @ heroin tablet
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