History History Book 35 Historical Photos Not Suitable for History Books | Rarely seen historical Photos #part 3 By johan 7 days ago Rabbit Tail a member of the Shoshone tribe who worked as a U.S. Army Scout, ca. 1895 Raising the Flag on the Three-Country Cairn (1945) Rajneeshpuram Peace Force Officer c. 1980s Rioters throwing stones during the hunger strike of Bobby Sands, Northern Ireland, 1981. Robert F. Kennedy speaking to a crowd of African Americans and whites through a megaphone outside the Justice Department, 1963 Somewhere in France.” Part of the Boches’ war on the homeless. The destruction of a civilian hospital by German aviators with machines of the long-distance bomber type. c.1917. Soviet helicopter flying past one of the Bamiyan buddhas during Soviet war in Afghanistan. 1980. Soviet MiG-25P at Hakodate Airport, Japan, September 6, 1976. V-PVO Viktor Belenko pilot defected in this then state of the art fighter plane. Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak with the Apple-1 computer, Apple's first product, April 1976 Subcomandante Marcos and the Zapatista guerillas in the Lancandona jungle, 1994. Taif. January 1981.Iraqi president Saddam HUSSEIN smokes a cigar whilst attending a session of the Islamic Summit. Terrified face of a doomed innocent- in one of the most infamous miscarriages of justice in British legal history, Timothy Evans was convicted of the murder of his wife and daughter, and in 1950 hanged. Testing the aerodynamics of the space shuttle design in the wind tunnel at the Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, Ohio, 1975. The Assassination of Anwar Sadat, Cairo - 6 October 1981 The bomber was shot down by Hawker Hurricane fighter aircraft of No. 111 Squadron RAF. It crash landed near RAF Biggin Hill, 18 August 1940.The Hardest Day in The Battle of Britain. The Cold War Cinderella Service RAF Maritime Patrol Aircraft Operations Since 1945 The Japanese aircraft carrier Akagi and a destroyer maneuvering while under high-level attacks by B-17 Flying Fortress bombers, Battle of Midway, 4 June 1942 The surviving topsail from Lord Nelson's HMS Victory and the Battle of Trafalgar, when rediscovered in the late 1960s Thurgood Marshall was a lawyer of heroic imagination, who led the team that brought school desegregation to the Supreme Court, winning an end to separate but equal. In 1967, he became the country’s first black Supreme Court justice. Trams pass in front of the New Mosque in Eminönü, Istanbul, Turkey (1958 Tzipora Tzabari, winner of Israel's Queen Esther beauty pageant 1928 UK European Communities Membership Referendum, 1975, also known as the Common Market referendum, was held on 5th June 1975, to gauge support for the country’s continued membership of the European Economic Community. Our Picture Shows, Referendum Day, 5th June 1975. Mrs Anna Williams aged 102, personally delivers her Yes Vote to Swansea’s referendum returning officer. Votes in the Common Market Referendum being counted at Earl’s Court Exhibition Centre, London 6th june 1975 Warsaw Uprising, Nurse Henryka Wieczorek aka ''Heniuta'' with a VIS pistol next to the gate at the Bogusław Herse Fashion House 1944 colorised Workers at Lockheed Jet Bomber Plant in Marietta, Georgia, 1953 Young Irish Patriot Takes Signatures in a Book of Condolences for the Martyr Provo Bobby Sands 1981 johan https://www.historicaldairy.com See author's posts Tags: 97 Historical Photos Not Suitable for History Books, amazing photos from history, cool historical photos, rare collection of historical photos, rare historical creepy photos, rare historical photos that will leave you speechless, rare photos of world, Rare Photos You'll Never Find In History Books, rarely seen historical photos, rarely seen historical photos not suitable for history books Continue Reading Previous 30 Historical Photos Not Suitable for History Books | Rarely seen historical Photos #part 2Next 44 Utterly Unique Historical Photos That Shed Light on the Past Part Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.