An english military aviator are dropping a bomb, during the flight, on french front during First War World, c. 1916

52 JAW DROPPING HISTORICAL PHOTOS THAT WILL KNOCK YOUR SOCKS OFF

16 year old Ned Parfett selling newspapers about the Titanic disaster, London, April 1912 (He was killed by a German bomb during World War 1 on October 29th 1918, exactly 100 years ago)
1951 'Buster-Jangle-Dog' nuclear bomb test at the Nevada Test Site near Las Vegas. The troops are assembled 6 miles from ground zero.
1950s 'Nuclear Tourism' looking at bomb test crater near Las Vegas
A bomb crater on a Paris street after a German Zeppelin raid (1917)
A German shell landed on the Quai de la Seine in central Paris. Similar shells continued to explode in the French capital at 15-minute intervals. 20 march 1918
A girl emerges from a bomb shelter surounded by the ruins of Nagasaki. August 10, 1945.
A man watching the A-bomb sunrise as nighttime Los Angeles is illuminated by a nearby nuclear bomb test, 1953
A woman walks past the Mitsubishi Steel and Arms Works that was destroyed by the atomic bomb. Nagasaki, Japan, September 24, 1945
An elderly man sits on the pile of rubble which was once his home, following a V1 Flying Bomb strike in Upper Norwood, London, July 1944. He had been out for a .
An English girl hugs her doll on the rubble of her house that was bombed by the Germans,1940
An english military aviator are dropping a bomb, during the flight, on french front during First War World, c. 1916
An inspector of the loyalist Royal Ulster Constabulary carries an injured women from a shopping arcade in Donegall Street, Belfast, after an IRA bomb went off there. March 20, 1972.
An unexploded parachute bomb which fell on Oldham, England during the Manchester Blitz, December 23rd 1940
Ariel photo of Hiroshima nearly one year following the Atomic Bomb, July 20, 1946.
B-24 Sandman on a bomb run over the Astra Romana refinery in Ploieşti, Romania, during Operation Tidal Wave, 1 August 1943
B-24D Liberator lead assembly ship 'Barber Bob' of 93rd Bomber Group, US 328th Bomb Squadron based on RAF Hardwick, Norfolk, England, United Kingdom, 1943
Britain was being struck by continual bombardment by thousands of V-1 and V-2 bombs la...
Children in bomb-shelter trenches during the Blitz, England, c. 1941
Children running from bomb siren test San Diego, 1941
Consolidated B-24D Liberator First Sergeant of 458th Bomb Group, Norwich, Norwalk, England, Saturday, 27 May 1944
Demonstration of a Morrison shelter, which was designed to protect the occupants from the debris if the house was hit by a bomb, around 1941
Demonstration of a Morrison shelter, which was designed to protect the occupants from the debris if the house was hit by a bomb, around 1941
English civilians celebrate Christmas with dinner in a bomb shelter at the height of the Blitz, London, England, UK, December 25, 1940.
English civilians celebrate Christmas with dinner in a bomb shelter at the height of the Blitz. London, England, U.K. 25 December 1940.
Enola Gay crew that dropped an atomic bomb on Hiroshima in 1945
Fat Man was the codename for the nuclear bomb that was detonated over the Japanese city of Nagasaki by the United States on 9 August 1945
Fat Man was the codename for the nuclear bomb that was detonated over the Japanese city of Nagasaki by the United States on 9 August 1945 (2)
Full-size cutaway demonstration model of an M190 Honest John cluster bomb chemical warhead section containing demonstration M134 GB (Sarin) bomblets. Circa 1960.
George Metesky, AKA The Mad Bomber, smiling behind bars after his arrest in 1957 for planting 33 bombs in New York City between 1941 and 1957
Harold Agnew on Tinian in 1945, carrying the plutonium core of the Nagasaki Fat Man bomb.
In 1948, police escort people past the site of an unexploded 1,000 kg bomb dropped in 1941, outside University College Hospital, London
J. Robert Oppenheimer, the father of the atomic bomb, photo taken by Philippe Halsman in 1959
Marine Gen. P.X. Kelley (left) and Col. Tim Geraghty (right) take Vice President George H.W. Bush on a tour around t.
Nuclear bomb “shadows” in Hiroshima, Japan 1945
Nurses in their bomb trenches between hospital wards.France. 1918.
Operation Crossroads - first nuclear bomb test since Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombing, in photo the Baker test is captured, 25th July 1946.....
Prepare to Meet Thy God' - A Bomb Disposal Officer approaches a car bomb during the Irish Troubles [1970
Sack Time and shark teeth nose art, B-24M in 374th Bomb Squadron, 308th Bomb Group, 14th AF, China-Burma-India missions, 1942-45 timeframe
Survivors of the first atomic bomb ever used in warfare await emergency medical treatment in Hiroshima, Japan, on August 6, 1945
Swimmers at a Las Vegas hotel watch the mushroom cloud of an atomic bomb detonation 75 miles away, 1953
The “Calutron Girls”, a group of young women employed by the Manhattan Project to monitor a calutron, a mass spectrometer that se
The atomic bomb blast over Hiroshima, Japan photographed by Toshio Fukada approximately 20 minutes after the blast from about 2 miles 3.2 km away, August 6, 1945
The hand of a Japanese soldier killed by a bomb blast on Iwo Jima, March 1945
The remains of “Jumbo”, a 200-ton, 14-inch thick steel cylinder 10 feet in diameter and 25 feet long, t.
The second atomic bomb nicknamed 'Little Boy' was dropped on Nagasaki, Japan at 11 01 am on August 9, 1945.
The winner of the Miss Atomic Bomb pageant 1950
USS Saratoga (CV-3) sinking in Bikini Lagoon after she was fatally damaged by the Baker Day underwater atomic bomb test, 25 July 1946. Her hull number i.
VIP observers watching the explosion of an atomic bomb in Operation Greenhouse on Enewetak Atoll 1951

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