Moments that changed the history of all mankind (23 photos)
Very interesting collection of rare and archival photographs that captures the moment that changed the course of history of all mankind. Such events need to know everyone, so look further.
unknown rebel standing in Tiananmen Square. man standing unarmed in front of a column of tanks on the left of the excavator. In 1989.
Neil Armstrong shortly after walking on the moon. In 1969.
Rear view during the speech of Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream”.
Plug in the Brandenburg Gate on the first Saturday after the fall of the Berlin Wall.
Jacqueline Kennedy backstage watching the first televised debates husband.
Record backgrounds for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. In 1929.
Hollywood sign shortly after installation. Initially, there was an inscription «Hollywoodland». In 1923.
archaeologist Howard Carter looking through the open door of the tomb of Tutankhamun. In 1924.
rows on the board of the American ship had heard the news of Japan’s surrender. In 1945.
Abraham Lincoln and General George McClellan in the general’s tent in Antitame. In 1862.
After the celebration of the Day of Victory over Japan in New York. In 1945.
observers climbed onto the couch, tables and chairs to see the
signing of the Treaty of Versailles and the end of the First World War. In 1919.
The reaction of German prisoners of war at the footage from the concentration camps. In 1945.
A few people climbed on telephone poles,
to see the funeral procession of Gandhi. In 1948.
A huge crowd, most of which – African Americans, mourning the death of
Abraham Lincoln, near the courthouse in Vicksburg. Mississippi, 1865.
survived the crash of the airship Hindenburg passenger smokes until he referred to a safe place. In 1937.
View from the top of the Empire State Building on its opening day. In 1931.
The view from the window during a speech of John F. Kennedy, “I – a Berliner.” 1963.
Native American looks at the new transcontinental railroad. In 1868.
The guard extends through a hole in the flower of the Berlin wall. In the morning it was demolished. In 1989.
Traffic on the bridge, “Golden Gate” after its opening. In 1937.
The discovery of the first Christmas tree in Rockefeller Center. In 1931.
Kennedy’s funeral in the Capitol with a bird’s-eye view. 1963.
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