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Never Seen Before Old Photos
If a picture says a thousand words, then the slideshow presented now should capture the imagination, as well as really put history into shocking visual context. This unique historical series starts with a black and white photograph of a man having tea with a lion.
The slideshow continues with an actual photograph, in black and white, of passengers abandoning the ship, the Titanic, while a priest prays for the first victims, who are lying to one side.
There is an old black and white photo of Orville Wright’s first flight which flew for nine minutes and 45 seconds back in 1911.
Te next picture shows a picture of the League of German women dancing at Nuremberg in 1938 during a Nazi event.
Followed by an aerial photograph of boxer Mohamed Ali versus Cleveland Williams, inside the ring in 1966.
The newly discovered images continue with a picture of a woman in Mongolia, in 1913, who was condemned to die of hunger, and it is followed by a black and white photograph of the last known photo of Samurai in Japan, and a woman sitting in a backless dress in an artistic fashion model style.
The next image is of Professor Steven Hawking’s marriage, followed by the atomic bomb that destroyed Nagasaki.
The next image is of Polish prisoners out in the nazi woods lined up with the guards nearby, followed by men transporting a Rolls Royce in Nepal in 1950 across the river on a man-made raft.
Next is a black and white image of a policeman in London, England guiding some Burmese tourists in 1935, followed by a picture of piles of dead Nazi soldiers that were killed after Stalingrad in 1943.
Some of the other photographs included a fantastic Photograph of Mark Twain and Nicola Tesla together in the laboratory in 1894, a historic Nazi photo in black and white, a samurai in 1859, nine kings of Europe at Windsor in 1910, The Pyramid of helmets taken from Germans during the first World War in New York, 1918 and the original Hollywood sign in 1929.Never Seen Before Old Photos by Jaan
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