1950 Futuristic streamlined Soviet GAZ M-20 Pobeda Sport

96 Historical Photos That You May Have Missed in History book

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13-inch seacoast mortars of Federal Battery No. 4 with officers of 1st Connecticut Heavy Artillery, near Yorktown, Virginia in May of 1862.
1924 Testing airboat prototype 'Le Ricocheur' produced by French aircraft company Farman Aviation; capable of speeds up to 125 km h
1950 Futuristic streamlined Soviet GAZ M-20 Pobeda Sport
A chest X-ray in progress at Professor Menard's radiology department at the Cochin hospital, Paris, 1914.
A mother and daughter meet after ten years of separation at Tokyo station on Oct. 7, 1949. They were separated on the continent during the war against China. The youngster, whose father died in the interim, wears a Communist type uniform given to her in Manchuria.
A pen-themed automobile built to advertise Bic pens during the Tour de France, 1953.
A rioter brandishes the shoes of a dead comrade killed by Army gunfire, after the military opened fire on a crowd. The soldier.
A shepherd girl grazing sheep in the Altai mountains in 1980.
A woman wearing a batula a traditional face covering typically worn by Bedouin women from the Persian Gulf region, Muscat, Oman, ca. 1905
AIM-militant-with-his-weapon-inside-stolen-U-Haul-van.-AIM-used-the-van-during war.
Akatsiya self-propelled artillery units rumble across Red Square during a military parade in 1984.
Alfred R. Waud, artist of Harper's Weekly, sketching on battlefield in Gettysburg, Penn., July 1863.
Allied Forces' troops, guns and transport are rushed ashore, ready for action, at the opening of the Allied invasion of the Italian island of SicilyIn July of 1943
Carl Sagan with a 'galactic greeting card' plaque that went into space on Pioneer 10 in 1972 (one also went on Pioneer 11 in 1973
Carl Sagan with a 'galactic greeting card' plaque that went into space on Pioneer 10 in 1972 (one also went on Pioneer 11 in 1973
Depression era Gangster; Alvin Creepy Karpis had his finger prints removed to help evade identification. 1934
Diane Arbus - Lady bartender at home with a souvenir dog, New Orleans, 1964 - Gelatin silver print, printed later by Neil Selkirk. (2)
American judges (top row, from left) Harold Sebring, Walter B. Beals, Johnson Crow.
Flooding the dry dock to float the sub S-4. April 11, 1928.
Forging Press Was considered a technical wonder of the world, designed by Alfred Krupp Fritz photograph from 1861.
Former mayor of Copenhagen, Egon Weiderkamp locked in in his own office along with BZ protesters. 1985
Former President Richard Nixon giving a thumbs-up post-resignation 1974
Frank Sinatra and the great Count Basie (at piano), 1965.
Frank Sinatra falls off his chair howling at a joke told by Joe E. Lewis, Miami, 1965
Fugitive African Americans fording the Rappahannock River, Virginia during Pope’s retreat in August of 1862.
Georgian lexicographer, linguist and scholar David Chubinashvili, ca. 1880
H.R. Haldeman, former chief of staff to President Nixon, is sworn in before the Senate Watergate Committee in 1973
Hitler meeting Göring and automotive engineer Ferdinand Porsche at the Wolf's Lair in 1942
In 1973, this photo was taken of then-President Allende taking up arms at the Moneda Presidential Palace in Chile before he was assassinated.
Inauguration of Joschka Fischer, the later german foreign minister, as a regional minister wearing sneakers 1985
Jerry Lewis during the filming of The Day the Clown Cried 1972.
A 155mm howitzer crew lets go with its weapon somewhere in Korea on July 29, 1950. (AP Photo)
FILE - In this July 19, 1950 file photo, troops of the First U.S. Cavalry Division land ashore at Pohang on the east coast of Korea during the Korean War. This is the first combat amphibious operation since World War II. The war that began in Korea 60 years ago, on June 25, 1950, a ghastly conflict that killed millions and left the peninsula in ruins, became "The Forgotten War" in many American minds. (AP Photo) NY352
Launching of prototype small nuclear hunter killer USS Tullibee (SSN-597), 27th of April 1960.
LCA (Landing Craft Assault) form line ahead as they move off from the landing ship Llangby Castle, carrying troops of the Winnipeg Rifles to Juno Beach, Normandy – June 6, 1944
Margaret Atwood, Writer-in residence at Massey College, University of Toronto, 1972
Marlene Dietrich visiting the 401st Bomb Group in Northamptonshire September 1944
Mathematician Billie Robertson running a real-time simulation of Translunar Injection Go-No-Go for the Apollo 17 lunar landing mission.1972
Meg Moorat (aka Miss Mercury) who was a WVS motorcycle messenger in London during the war, riding a Triumph Twin in the streets of Whitehall, 1941-45
Mr David Smith, official secretary to the Governor-General, reads the proclamation dissolving both Houses of Parliament on the steps of Parliament House, Canberra. 11 November 1975. Behind him is Mr Whitlam.
Plane-shaped crowd, on a runway in 1980.
Police await protests against the Kalkar fast-breeder rector, Germany September 1977
President Gerald Ford plays a traditional Japanese game with a geisha, while on a state visit to Kyoto, Japan, November 21, 1974
President Lyndon B. Johnson meets with former President Dwight D. Eisenhower aboard Air Force One, Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland, by Yoichi Okamoto, 1965
Prince Randian (1871-1934) Born in British Guyana.
Princess Diana and Prince Charles at the Live Aid Concert, Wembley Stadium, London 13 July 1985
Renee Adoree and Ernest Torrence during the filming of The Cossacks 1928
Rescuer provides water to a victim of the Nevado del Ruiz volcano eruption in Columbia (1985
Queue for vodka on a cold day in Chukotka, Russia. 1985
Richard Nixon waves from the steps of Marine One after his resignation as president of the United States, August 9 1974
Rifle toting National Guardsmen exit Attica prison after putting down an inmate revolt, New York, by John Shearer, September 13, 1971
Sadat of Egypt and Golda Meir of Israel, mortal enemies only a couple of years ago, sharing a laugh 1977
Signing ceremony for the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk, March 3, 1918.
STICKY BOMB: THE PRODUCTION OF THE No 74 GRENADE IN BRITAIN, 1943 (D 14775A) Mrs A Bowker (left) and Mrs Booth-Jones pack sticky bombs, already in their protective casings, into small cases at a factory somewhere in Britain. The handles are packed around the sides of these cases, which are then sent off to a filling factory for the explosives to be added. Copyright: © IWM. Original Source: http://www.iwm.org.uk/collections/item/object/205200166
The funeral of Soviet leader Yury Andropov broadcast to a town hall in Novokuznetsk in 1984. Between the end of 1982 and early 1985, three elderly leaders of the U.S.S.R. died in quick succession.
The Hon Mrs Roland Cubitt dressed as 'Three Candles' for the Pageant Of The Superstitions in London England October 10, 1930
The illegal revolutionary assembly of Ireland in Dublin, which declared independence from Britain and launched the Irish War of Independence. 1919
The U.S. Navy submarine USS Sea Poacher (SS-406) underway, circa 1965. Sea Poacher had made its 5901st dive on 29 July 1965.
The whipping post in the Baltimore City Jail which was used until 1938, ca. 1910
US GIs in the unfinished hull of a German 'GW Tiger' tank prototype, 1945
US Navy A-7E attacking the Hai Duong bridge in North Vietnam during Operation Linebacker - 1972
Vladislava Karolewska, a victim of medical experiments, who appeared as a prosecution witness at the Doctors Trial. Nuremberg, Germany, December 22, 1946
Wang the human unicorn never actually performed in the freak show. He was found in Manchuria, China by an ambitious banker who snapped a photo in 1930 of the 13 inch horn growing from the back of his head. The photo was sent to Robert Ripley, who offered money to exhibit Wang in his Odditorium.
Wernher von Braun and German military officers at the Peenemünde Research Center, where the V-2 was developed, 1941
West German Chancellor Willy Brandt speaks with the Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev, Bonn 19 May 1973 by Barbara Klemm
.While under attack of heavy machine gun fire from the German coastal defense forces, American soldiers wade ashore off the ramp of a U.S. Coast Guard landing craft, during the Allied landing operations at Normandy, France on D-Day, June 6, 1944.

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