25 pictures representing significant events in human history from an unusual anglePictolic
Most of the historical events familiar to us from textbook photos that are firmly etched in our memory. But it's often interesting to look at certain episodes from the past on the other side. In our review of 25 photographs, the existence of which we have not even imagined.
(Total 25 photos)
1. An important decree
"I have a dream". Speech Martin Luther king August 28, 1963.
2. The iceberg that destroyed the Titanic
15 April 1912 in the Atlantic ocean after colliding with an iceberg sank the Titanic.
3. Screensaver of the legendary Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
The shooting of the lion, for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1929.
4. A rally in Tiananmen square
Three unidentified men flee, while the people in the background trying to block the road of the approaching tanks. June 4, 1989.
5. A real triumph of achievements
October 4, 1909 during the festivities in new York, Wilbur Wright made a 33-minute flight over the city, circled around the statue of Liberty.
6. TV debates
Jacqueline Kennedy watching her husband debate with Vice President Richard Nixon. 1960.
7. Celebrating the end of world war II
The crowd in the square times Square in new York welcomes the news of Japan's surrender, 14 August 1945.
8. Oil field
Iranian troops watching the burning oil fields set alight by Iraqi forces during the Gulf war. 1990.
The sign was erected in the Hollywood hills in Los Angeles, California, as an advertisement in 1923, but subsequently became widely known, literally becoming the logo of the U.S. film industry.
10. The Hoover Dam
Concrete arch-gravity dam with a height of 221 m and a hydroelectric power station built in the lower reaches of the Colorado river. 1936.
11. The Beatles
The orchestra of the lonely hearts club Sergeant pepper. 1967.
12. The first man to set foot on the moon
July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong became the first man to set foot on the lunar surface.
13. Speech of John F. Kennedy (JFK)
In 1963 on the square in front of Schöneberg town hall with his famous speech "I am a Berliner" was made by the President of the United States John F. Kennedy.
14. The Treaty of Versailles
People standing on the couches, tables and chairs to see the signing of the Treaty of Versailles officially ended the First world war. On 28 June 1919.
15. The History Of Norway
Arrived in Norway first ever batch of bananas. 1905.
16. Adolf Hitler
Adolf Hitler, who learned about the Declaration of the First world war. 1914.
17. Woodstock Festival
A huge crowd of spectators at the Woodstock festival. 1969.
18. Guard the Berlin wall
Guard the Berlin wall on the day when it was demolished, passes a flower through a crack. 1989.
19. Brandenburg gate
Tube at the Brandenburg gate on departure from East Germany to West on the first Saturday after the fall of the Berlin wall. November 1989.
20. The day of the big game
8 Oct 1912 the first game of the World Series between the teams "new York Giants" and "Boston Red SOx".
21. The transcontinental railroad, Nevada, USA
The Indian looks at the recently completed part of the transcontinental railroad. 1868.
The last photograph of the Titanic made before it sank in April 1912.
23. The Funeral Of John Kennedy
25 Nov 1963 in Washington the number of people wishing to say goodbye to the dead President in the Capitol building has exceeded 200 thousand people.
24. American Gothic
The famous painting by American artist Grant wood (Grant DeVolson Wood), created in 1930.
Abraham Lincoln and General George McClellan in the General's tent in Antitime. 3 Oct 1862.