Some Photos are given below:-
A priest says prayers over the victims of the Titanic (1912).
The filming of MGM’s famous opening credits (1928).
Adolf Hitler and Albert Speer look out on the Schwerer Gustav (Big Bertha), one of the largest pieces of artillery in history (1941).
During the Bangladesh War of Independence, Pakistani soldiers identified Hindus by whether or not they were circumcised (1971).
A Sikh cavalry man from the British Indian Army fits a mule with a gas mask (1939 – 1945).
This is only known photo of a living Quagga, taken at the London Zoo (1870).
Che Guevara and Fidel Castro fishing together in 1960.
The pair of glasses John Lennon was wearing at the time of his assassination (1980).
A beggar running up to King George V’s carriage (1920)
Al Capone and his son get a baseball signed by Gabby Hartnett (1931).
Computers didn’t always have screens.
During the ‘Oil Crisis of 1973’… roads in the US were so empty that people could have a picnic on the highway.
The seal on the Tomb of Tutankhamun has been unbroken for over 3,000 years (1922).
The transport of the first 5 MB computer hard drive… YES… ITS ONLY 5 MB..!!!