10 Striking Historical Shots That Will Surely Make Us Want To Visit Our Past
East and West Germany earlier used to separate people across the two countries but this wasn't something which was kind to people. A soldier is helping a boy get over the Berlin Wall
They found him
This sweet couple found an apeman in the jungles of Brazil while people are not even willing to share the land with animals back then we had a couple who were willing to accommodate even an apeman.
After the communist revolution, even the name Petrograd didn't seem Russian enough. After Vladimir Lenin left in 1924, the city was renamed Leningrad in honor of the Soviet leader. ... On the same day, citizens of Leningrad voted in a referendum to change the name of Leningrad back to its historic moniker, St. Petersburg. This is one of those iconic images of Leningrad back in 70's
Cutting a sunbeam
Back in the nineteenth century when we had time for everything in life and leisure was the main luxury we had our priorities quite set case in point being this, a girl cutting a sunbeam in 1886
World's greatest artist
We must have seen him in many iconic movies playing many iconic characters but did anyone have an idea of how exactly he used to look offscreen.
Advertisement of Coca Cola
Venice is popularly famous for the number of pigeons which flock there. The local authorities even stopped the tourists to feed these birds on St. Mark’s Square because there was a plenty of them. So in 1960, Coca-Cola used it for their advertisement campaign: they planned an idea that if the seeds are spread then the pigeons that flew to eat them made a giant Coca-Cola inscription.
Mark Twain in the house
And guess what, Mark Twain was in Tesla's lab. Tesla and Twain were good friends never mind the fact that the Twain was 21 years older than Tesla. Once, Twain even wanted to test Tesla’s rejuvenating electric current. The experiment didn’t end well and the writer felt sick afterward. This photo was taken back in 1894. Twain is holding an experimental electronic lamp.
A woman riding an Autoped
This Autoped was the early version of an electric scooter that was made by a New York company Autoped Company. It was produced from 1915 to 1921. This photo was taken in 1916
The creation of posters
In 1941 as a precursor to the World War II, the creation of propaganda posters was started and initiated in Port Washington all these girls are seen creating it here.
We can see men celebrating the abolishment of the law which prohibited the sale, use, and transport of alcohol from 1920 to 1933 in the US.
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