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16th June, 1917, France – Senegalese soldiers serving as infantrymen in the French Army are resting in a room surrounded by weapons in Saint-Ulrich:
26th June, 1917 – A French soldier is on the lookout in Eglingen, France
6th September, 1917 – French soldiers purchase newspapers in Rexpoede
A young girl plays with her doll whilst sitting next to two guns and a military knapsack on a street in Reims, northern France:
7th June, 1917 – Soldiers stand on the ridge of a 45m deep crater that was created by mines placed by British forces underneath German positions. Around 10,000 soldiers died in the blast near Messiness in West Flanders:
1st April, 1917 – a French soldier enjoys his lunch outside of an abandoned library in Reims, in north-eastern France:
Meanwhile, other French soldiers pose outside of a liquor store in Reims:
This photograph shows military doctors and nurses standing outside of the Saint-Paul Hospital in Soissons, Aisne, in northern France:
A French officer checking the damage to the barbed wire fences in Soissons:
16th, June, 1917 – The trench, reinforced with wooden beams and sang bags, acts as an observation post for French officers near German territory at Hirtzbach, Department Haut-Rhin, Region Alsace:
This image shows a camp of workers from the British Chinese Labour Corps, recruited in order to participated in the campaign in the Middle East:
1917 – An Algerian guard, an Algerian Worker, and a Indochinese worker, all serving in Soissons, Aisne, France, all in 1917:
18th, June, 1917 – Two French soldiers wash their laundry in a trough of a fountain whilst guarding a telephone station in Largitzen, France:
Five French officers clear the rubble from ruins in Reims. 60% of the town was destroyed by Germain artillery and air raids:
Injured soldiers on the battlefields recover at Saint-Paul Hospital in Soissons, which was twice captured by the Germans during the war:
19th, June, 1917 – Four French guards and a group of Swiss guards defend the boarder between Switzerland and France in Pfetterhouse, Region Alsace:
4th, May, 1917 – A horse and cart is loaded with furniture and other goods in front of a leather shop as the residents prepared to to leave Reims during the Second Battle of the Aisne. The French were defeated in the battle:
16th, June, 1917 – A group of Senegalese soldiers serving in the French Army as infantryman have lunch in Saint-Ulrich, Region Alsace:
In another shot from the Battle of the Aisne, a French section of machine gunners take position in the ruins:
2nd, September, 1917 – French Firefighters, officers and civilians try to prevent the outbreak of fires after the bombings in Dunkirk:
16th, June, 1917 – On the frontline in Hirtzbach:
3rd, March, 1917 – A woman with a cart filled with milk cans and a man with another cart in Rue de Talleyrand, Reims, France:
1st, September, 1917 – Uniformed doctors and nurses stand in front of field hospital 55 in Bourbourg, northern France:
Two French soldiers from Africa cooking a meal on a makeshift fireplace made from bricks in Soissons, Aisne, France:
22nd, June, 1917 – Two Senegalese soldiers, both of the Bambara people, serving in the French Army pictured in Balschwiller, France:
5th, September, 1917 – French soldiers dressed in their blue military uniforms camouflage a 370 mm railway gun in Noyon, Region Oise:
French soldiers of the 370th Infantry Regiment enjoy their soup during the Battle of the Aisne in 1917:
19th, June, 1917 – Three Swiss border guards, left, stand opposite a French guard at the border between the two countries in Beurnevesin;
5th, September, 1917 – Eight French soldiers stand on top of a 370mm railway gun which they are in the process of camouflaging:
A military graveyard on a hillside in the town of Moosch in Alsace containing graves of the Chasseurs Alpins, the elite mountain infantry of the French Army:
Two ambulance vehicles in front of a building near the village of Boezinge, north of the city of Ypres, that was devastated by artillery fire:
The shortest, tallest, and fattest European playing poker in 1913.
Commander Neil Armstrong making pizza at his home a few months before walking on the moon (1969).
Russian man feeding a polar bear and his cubs with milk, 1973.
A man browsing for books in Cincinnati's cavernous old main library. The library was demolished in 1955.
The last known Tasmanian Tiger photographed in 1933. The species is now extinct.
Using banknotes as wallpaper during hyperinflation, Germany 1923.
U-118, a World War One submarine washed ashore on the beach at Hastings, England.
The Flying Tigers over China, 1942.
The first photograph upon discovery of Machu Picchu, 1912.
Maori Battalion dances haka in Egypt, 1941.
Lucky British soldier shows off his damaged helmet, 1918.
Underwater detonation of 15 kiloton nuclear weapon.
Germans testing a Messerschmitt Bf 109 E3, 1940.
Erwin Rommel helps to push his stuck staff car somewhere in Northern Africa, 1941.
Female Viet Cong warrior, 1972.
Control room of the U-Boat submarine, 1918.
British tanks maneuvering trenches during the Battle of Cambrai, the first use of tanks in mass, France, 1917.
B-32 Bomber Factory in Fort Worth, Texas 1944.
James Earl Ray, Martin Luther King’s assassin, being led to his cell after his arrest in London, 1968.
A young private waits on the beach during the Marine landing at Da Nang, Vietnam, 1965.
Adenauer returned to Cologne after he negotiated the release of the last 10,000 war prisoners with the Soviet government, 1955.
Adolf Eichmann walks around the yard of his cell, Israel 1961.
Aleksandra Samusenko- the only female tank officer in the 1st Guards Tank Army.
Two German soldiers and their mule wearing gas masks in WWI, 1916.
A rare shot of a young Winston Churchill, 1895.
Ho sburrato forte
La tanzatigre fa PAURA perchè è simile a una cosa che hai visto ma distorta nelle proporzioni e caratteristiche mi fa cacare sotto, si vede che è un design meno efficace di quelli che girano oggi.
1875: A Japanese man with traditional irezumi on his back. This type of ink is often associated with yakuza, Japan's organized crime syndicate.
July 1888: A photo of the iconic Eiffel Tower during construction.
1899: The Dewey Arch in Madison Square celebrated the victory in the Battle of Manila Bay, Philippines. It began to deteriorate soon after it was built, and was demolished in 1900 after funds to rebuild a stronger version could not be raised.
1903: A look at Times Square, New York City, at the turn of the century.
1906: The ruins of the Temple of Castor and Pollux, originally built in 495 BC, in Agrigento, Italy.
1913: André Grapperon, a French champion motorcyclist, rides his 1912 Indian Board Track V-twin.
1915: Lumberjacks fell a giant redwood in northwest California.
1919: Stacks of lumber out to dry in Seattle. See man for scale.
1920s: Dining with friends at the California Alligator Farm in Los Angeles.
1922: An armored car in Cork, Ireland, from the landing of the Free State troops.
25 August 1944: A colorized photo of three French boys fascinated by a German Panther tank used in the Falaise Pocket, Normandy.
1946: Meanwhile in Romania, here are a few folks attempting to heal rheumatism with a bear.
April 1936: The Dust Bowl Days in Oklahoma.
20 October 1939: Factory representative J.J. Hickey demonstrates an electrical shave on Ted Budrodeen at a Mick Simmons store in Sydney.
May 1943: Women wipers, or those who cleaned engine spaces and machinery, at the Chicago & North Western Railroad in Clinton, Iowa.
1944: Queen Elizabeth II when she was Princess Elizabeth at an American air base in England.
1953: Spanish surrealist painter Salvador Dalí on a carriage pulled by his goat.
1955: An interstate in downtown Atlanta.
5 August 1959: Russian attendees examine television sets and radios at the USSR Exhibition in Sokolniki Park, Moscow. The exhibition competed with the American National Exhibition next door.
1959: Fidel Castro, who served as Prime Minister in Cuba after overthrowing Batista, stands at the Thomas Jefferson memorial in Washington, D.C.
1964: Early morning commuters in Japan.
1 November 1964: A two-stage Saturn I launch vehicle undergoes weight and balance tests at Cape Canaveral.
1965: The largest IKEA store in the world opens in Kungens Kurva, Sweden.
1967: A romantic flashback of the streets of Chicago.
1969: Bernadette Devlin, the youngest female MP (Member of Parliament) ever elected to the House of Commons, with her autobiography just before a press conference.
1969: Astronaut David Scott soaks in the incredible view during an EVA (extravehicular activity) from Command Module Gumdrop.
1975: Bill and Hillary Clinton tie the knot.
1989: A look back at Bernie Sanders, a candidate for this year's presidential election, when he served as Burlington Mayor. Here he is with Jessie Jackson in Montpelier, Vermont. Sanders had endorsed him for president in the 1988 election.
1910: Together with their children, Greek women harvest tea in Chakva, Georgia.
1965: A look in the direction of New York's East 42nd Street.
Women use compact mirrors in packed crowd to catch sight of the queen in London, June 1966.
Teenagers run and play on large white sand dunes in New Mexico, 1957.
Children swim and play in oceanside pool, February 1955.
The Moulin Rouge at Montmartre in Paris, 1923.
The Statue of Liberty hails dawn over New York Harbor in 1978
A diver holding a hose for breathing compressed air feeds fish at Weeki Wachee Springs, Florida, January 1955.
A wealthy group of young people relax by a pool in California, 1940.
La viet-cong della foto 30 è super-pisellabile
"I have noticed even people who claim everything is predestined, and that we can do nothing to change it, look before they cross the road." Stephen Hawking
Certo che ce ne voleva di coraggio a volare sopra uno di sti cosi eh
Tutte queste foto, storie, facce mi mettono inquietudine pensando a tutte quelle vite
Diciamoci la verità, è improbabile che qualcuno qui riesca a influenzare abbastanza la storia da venire ricordato.
Io mi accontenterei volentieri di una bella fotografia. Il ricordo dei tuoi cari.
E via, sperando che sia un videogioco e che ci sia il respawn da qualche altra parte.