Experimental spacesuit for exploring the moon, 1960

35 Rare Photos That You Will Hardly See in History Books #Part – 1

1961 NASA archive photo labeled 'electric space vehicle model for 8 man mars expedition
1966 M-497 'Black Beetle' New York Central Railroad Jet Powered Train, set the still-standing US rail speed record of 183.68 mph 295.60 km h
A British Indian soldier holds up a Swastika flag after the surrender of German forces in Italy, 1945. The graffiti on the wall translates to Long Live the Duce (Benito Mussolini
A Finnish soldier, whose artery was cut open by a grenade shrapnel. Taken at Kaalamo, Petäjävaara, in Finland. Dated July 22, 1941.
A forester on his AWO 425T motorcycle congratulates a team of women who achieved 184% of work target by planting 25,000 saplings...........any
A junior officer and a soldier from an unidentified Feldartillerie regiment wearing combined acoustic optical locating equipment, Germany, 1917.
A lull in executions forced Reichhart to become a green grocer in neighbouring Holland but he was back in action after Hitler’s rise to power in 1933 and soon became a vital clog in the Nazi killing machine.
A Meccan merchant with his Circassian slave. 1886-1887
A Mother Shows A Picture Of Her Son To A Returning Prisoner Of War, 1947
A picture of an unnamed Confederate veteran at the 1913 reunion.
A Portuguese Army convoy dodges a trap on the road, during Portuguese Colonial War. Mozambique Angola, circa 1961.
A Powder Monkey a boy employed on a ship to powder the guns, poses on the deck of the USS New Hampshire, 1864.
A pyramid constructed with captured German helmets, New York, 1918.
A Scotch tommy making friends with a little Dutch girl, 1944.
A young Chinese soldier crouches under the shade of a parasol rigged to a rifle as he stands guard over the Hwitung Bridge , Burma, WW2. Chinese soldiers were part of the Allied effort to liberate Burma after its capture by Japanese troops in 1942.
A young member of the Sudan Defence Forces Band practicing his clarinet, Khartoum, 1952
Adenauer in 1951, reading in his house in Rhöndorf he had built in 1937. It is now a museum.
Adenauer returned to Cologne after he negotiated the release of the last 10,000 war prisoners, 1955.
Albert Einstein's study on the day of his death, 18th April, 1955.
American soldiers admiring Manet's In the Conservatory that the Nazis hid, along with thousands of other works of art, in the salt mines of Merker, Germany. 1945.
Arthur Rothstein, State highway officials moving sharecroppers away from roadside to area between the levee and the Mississippi River, New Madrid County, Missouri, January 1939
At the 50th anniversary of the battle of Gettysburg, Union (left) and Confederate (right) veterans shake hands at a reunion, in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. 1913
Atari’s National Space Invaders Competition, 1980.
British soldiers learning to handle mines and booby-trap devices 'blind' as part of training for night missions at the 10 Corps Mine School, Italy, December 1943
Catholic mass atop Mount Suribachi, Iwo Jima, for American Marines, circa Feb or Mar 1945
Cab driver and taxi at Saxony Bar & Lounge, Boston_c1963
Canadian firefighters seal an oil well in Kuwait after Iraqi sabotage during the Gulf War, 1991
Cleaning women washing a crucifix, 1938
Columns Of Hoover Dam Being Filled With Concrete, February 1934
Daredevil walking girders in New York city. ca 1935
Ensign Ardon R. Ives of Fighting-Bombing Squadron VBF-9 makes a narrow escape after he crashed his F6F-5 Hellcat through the barrier on USS Lexington (CV-16) and ruptured the center-line fuel tank, Feb 1945
Experimental spacesuit for exploring the moon, 1960
Finnish Panzer IV Ausf. J crossing a bridge in Oulu, Northern Finland during so called Lapland war between Finland and Germany in autumn 1944
Frances "Fannie" Benjamin Johnston (15 January 1864 – 16 May 1952) selfportrait, 1896. Johnston was an early American photographer and photojournalist whose career lasted for almost half a century.
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