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What young people looked like 100 years ago.



Throughout history, people have always seen the younger generation as somehow different from their elders. We took an interest in this subject, and we investigated just how much young people have changed over the last 100 years. Since it's a bit too tricky to find out about people's personal qualities, we compared something a bit more simple, but nonetheless fascinating - young people's appearance around the world.

#21 Algeria.

#21 Algeria.

It looks like the Algerian girls loved to wear colourful clothes back then.
We often see such images on postcards.

#20 Germany.

#20 Germany.

So it seems like germany was always ahead in books and looks.
On the left we see Gertrude and Ursula Falke.

#19 Nepal and China.

#19 Nepal and China.

It looks like women in nepal has a love for jewelery and china for their disciplined uniforms.

#18 England.

#18 England.

On the left you can see a schoolgirl in Kensington, London. And on the right there are group of kids on their way to do some fishing.

#17 Scotland and Ireland.

#17 Scotland and Ireland.

On the left, group of girls in Scotland having a fun time on beach. And on the right you can see a 14-year-old girl in traditional dress from Ireland. This photo was taken in 1913, and it was the first ever colour photo taken in Ireland.

#16 India.

#16 India.

India a place of shades.. One with a rural or natural beauty and other with urban charmness.

#15 Romania and Albania.

#15 Romania and Albania.

On the left, A Roman girl with a musical instrument. Romans were always music lovers and their love for music is evergreen.

On the right, you can see two Albanian girls aged around 13-14. The girl on the left is the world famous Mother Theresa.

#14 Japan.

#14 Japan.

Left: Maiko girls, are traditional Japanese female entertainers who act as hostesses and whose skills include performing various arts such as classical music, dance, games and conversation, mainly to entertain male customers.

Right: School going students in the 'sailor-style' school uniform.

#13 Argentina and Mexico.

#13 Argentina and Mexico.

Left: Group of Argentinian boys posing for a pic after finishing their job.

Right: A 13-year-old girl named Frida Kahlo, from Mexico. She's looking very serious.

#12 Spain.

#12 Spain.

Left: Two girls named Maria Christina and Beatrice. It seems like such type of hairstyle was very much popular back then in spain.

Right: A 16-year-old, Spanish poet Federico Garcia Lorca

#11 Greece and Cyprus.

#11 Greece and Cyprus.

Left: Konstantinos Mourikis, a young Greek partisan. Also his hat looks very much fascinating.

Right: Maria Christodoulou born in Limassol, Cyprus in 1901 and studied to be a teacher. Her self-confidence comes through in this and other school photos. While all of her other classmates are seated, she is reclining at the very front center of the photo, looking directly at the camera.

#10 Poland and Estonia.

#10 Poland and Estonia.

Left: A polish girl sitting on a chair posing for a portrait.

Right: Group of Estonian girls imitating poses from a film, and trying to act like adults.

#9 Hungary.

#9 Hungary.

Hungary the country where women have immense beauty and stylish men.

#8 Austria and Luxembourg.

#8 Austria and Luxembourg.

Left: He is the Prince Ernst of Hohenberg, he was the second son of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria.

Right: Princess Antonia of Luxembourg. She was a member of the Luxembourgish House of Nassau-Weilburg and the last Crown Princess of Bavaria as the wife of Crown Prince Rupprecht.

#7 The Netherlands.

#7 The Netherlands.

Netherlands the country with love for ANY pet

#6 The USA.

#6 The USA.

Left: Walt Disney at the age of 16. He introduced several developments in the production of cartoons. As a film producer he received 22 Academy Awards from 59 nominations and has won more individual Oscars than anyone else.

Right: A tribal girl from the Kiowa tribe of Native Americans.

#5 Belgium.

#5 Belgium.

Prince Leopold and Princess Louise of Belgium.

#4 Sweden and Finland.

#4 Sweden and Finland.

The girl on the left is Princess Ingrid of Sweden. She was the third child and only daughter of Gustaf Adolf, Crown Prince of Sweden and his first wife, Princess Margaret of Connaught.

#3 Russia.

#3 Russia.

No doubt Russia is a very strict and disciplined country and that discipline is seen from how the people carry themselves.

#2 France.

#2 France.

Left: A very beutiful girl holding a musical instrument in her hand, shows her love for music.

Right: Young Rene Lacoste, future tennis player and founder of the Lacoste brand.

#1 Italy.

#1 Italy.

On the left you can see young Baron Wilhelm von Gloeden, a German photographer who worked mainly in Italy.



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