Collection of archival footage, each of which tells a single storyPictolic
Sometimes photos can tell much more than the history books. It is such pictures from different countries and different time periods are collected in this collection. They were sealed and the world-famous personalities and ordinary people, and in each frame — a frozen story.
Sailors working on the mast of the ship Garthsnaid during a storm, 1920.
Thelonious monk, American jazz pianist and composer, 1959.
369 th infantry regiment, one of the nicknames of which was the Harlem Hellfighters, 1919. During the First world war, several American units were staffed exclusively by blacks until racial equality in the United States was far away and even in the army for people with different skin color have created a special unit. The soldiers, the Harlem Hellfighters has shown itself perfectly.
The smallest, the tallest and fattest people in Europe playing cards in 1913.
17-year-old Frida Kahlo poses for a family photo in a traditional men's suit, 1924.
Kurt Cobain, the pupil 8-go a class, plays the drums, 1981.
Private James Hendrix plays the guitar, Fort Campbell, 1962.
The earliest known photo of Elvis with parents Gladys and Vernon, 1938.
The American sailors heard the news of the surrender of Japan, 1945.
The photo was taken secretly during a session of the Supreme court of the United States. One of the two existing photographs, 1932.
The only known photo of Abraham Lincoln at Gettysburg. Was made three hours before his famous Gettysburg address, 19 November 1863.
Albert Einstein and Charlie Chaplin, 1931.
In 1939, at Madison square garden at the Congress there were 20 thousand American Nazis.
The newsboys are preparing to start work 2am, 12 February 1908.
From the Louvre stole the painting Mona Lisa, 1911.
The French woman pours a British soldier a tea during the fighting, Normandy, 1944.
Adolf Hitler talks with the Greek Princess Olga, the wife of the king of Yugoslavia, 1939.
Prince Charles and Princess Diana while on holiday in the Bahamas, 1982.