31 Mysterious Historical Photos that may never be explained #part 2

Babe Didrikson Zaharias with her trophy after winning the Helen Lee Doherty Women's Invitational Championship golf tournament in 1947
Babe Ruth signed his new contract with Jacob Ruppert in 1934, the last of the 15 seasons he played with the Yankees.
Capt. Nieves Fernandez shows Pvt. Andrew Lupiga how she used her long knife to kill Japanese soldiers during World War II, 1944
Captain George Ash lies on his back as he prepares to shoot the bowl from the clay pipe held between a blindfolded corporal's teeth 1932
Celebrating the Republican party's victory and proclamation of the Second Spanish Republic - Barcelona, 1931
Chicago Police Detective arm themselves with Thompson submachine guns before a sting, 1927.
Alfred Redl (14 March 1864 – 25 May 1913) was an Austrian military officer who rose to head the Evidenzbureau, the counter-intelligence wing of the Austro-Hungarian Army General Staff. One of the leading figures of pre-World War I
Construction of the Tyne Bridge, the bridge that inspired the Sydney Harbour Bridge (February 1928
Construction of tunnels behind Niagara Falls, 10 stories underground, before they were filled with water. January 9, 1906.
Diablo powerhouse construction, 1935
Dornier Do X seaplane in New York harbor, 1931. The largest and most powerful seaplane of its time.
Leon Trotsky, after his disgrace and exile from the Soviet Union was edited out of many official photographs. Seen here in Petrograd with Vladimir Lenin. Original picture taken 1921, edited sometime after 1927
Lieutenant Colonel John Henry Patterson with one of the two Tsavo Man-Eaters, a pair of female lions that killed 28-31 workers during the construction of the Kenya-Uganda Railway in 1898.
Los Angeles Police Department trainees practice firing their newly issued revolvers. 1948.
Lucille Ball, at age 23, 1934.
M.M. Smodor. Airplane for agitation. Russia, Kostroma 1931
Malcolm X, Muslim leader, addresses a rally in Harlem in New York City on June 29, 1963
Mara Scherbatoff, New York bureau chief for French magazine Paris Match, lies fatally injured under a blanket alongside the car in which she was pursuing Marilyn Monroe and Arthur Miller near his home in Connecticut on June 29, 1956.
Members of the chorus of the Welsh National Opera rehearsing, Cardiff, Wales, 1986
Military officers and politicians climbing over furniture to watch the signing of the Treaty of Versailles in the aftermath of World War 1. June 28th, 1919
Mrs. Babe Ruth - Helen Woodford, 1928.
Mrs. Babe Ruth - Helen Woodford, 1928.
Northrop Tacit Blue Whale, flown 1982-85 from Area 51, declassified in 1996,
Oil well fire on Signal Hill, California. 1931
Old Kentucky Mountaineer Holding Two Rifles. Dec 1931
Opening of the Kaiserbrücke (bridge) between Mainz and Wiesbaden, 01. May 1904
Pooli a cat who served abroad a United States attack transport during WW2, and who was awarded three service ribbons and four battle stars on her 15th birthday, 1959.
Passing notes in class, 1944
Prince Rainier and Princess Grace of Monaco leave the Vatican in Rome June 29, 1959 after private audience with Pope John XXIII. The rulers of the tiny municipality on the Mediterranean are on a five-day visit to Rome.
Princess Diana and Prince Charles on their wedding day in London in 1981.
Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus by Edward J. Kelty, Brooklyn, NY, 1931
RMS Empress of Britain under construction in Clydebankben, Scotland (John Brown factory) - built between 1928 and 1931

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