18 famous historical photographs in color
Categories: HistoryBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/article/18-famous-historical-photographs-in-color
Old black and white photographs have their own charm. But sometimes you really want to learn more about the past, literally plunge into that atmosphere. And here either fantasy and a good knowledge of history, or modern technologies come to the rescue. It is they who add color to black and white photographs and seem to bring history closer to us.
Abraham Lincoln. February 1865.
13-year-old Princess Yvonne and 12-year-old Prince Alexander Sayn-Wittgenstein-Sayn on a yacht near Mallorca.
Boxing match aboard an American warship. July 1899.
Native American on a fishing trip. Minnesota, 1908
Soldiers are cleaning onions in gas masks. October 1941.
Captain Young and his crew pose in front of a cartoon aboard the B-29. November 1944.
American jazz singer Sarah Vaughan, 1946.
Washington postmen show off their new scooters, 1917.
British tattoo artist George Barchett at work, 1930s.
American Civil War engineering tool, 1865.
The mother helps the child get off the tram. New York, 1913
African American drinks water. The inscription on the machine: "For colored." Oklahoma, July 1939.
Times Square, the day the Allies landed in Normandy. 1944
A young John F. Kennedy after graduating from Harvard, summer 1940.
Children hide from the bombing during the implementation of the German plan "Barbarossa". Minsk, Belarus, 1941.
Stalin and Churchill during a conference in Yalta. February 1945.
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