The Yermack was the first polar icebreaker in the world, colorized photo of it assisting the Graf Apraksin in 1899 History History Book Historical Photos of 1899 By admin 3 months ago Very Interesting Photos Collection from 1898, You will love see this all historical Photos Collections 1st Battalion Devonshire Regiment landing near Durban during Second Boer War 5th October 1899 A crowd watching the temporary Texas state capitol building burning down, Austin, 1899. An American Gatling gun and crew defending the British Consulate. Samoa. 1899. Ascension d'un sérac Ascent of a glacial column on Mount Blanc ca. 1899 Camille Jenatzy's record-breaking electric car Jamais Contente Never satisfied the first car to reach 100kph 1899 Colorized Dewey's Arch New York City 1899 Constantine with great bridge, Algeria, 1899 London 1899' by Léonard Misonne Nikola Tesla at his Colorado Springs lab while millions of volts crackles around him, 1899 Tesla holding a phosphorus-coated gas-discharge lamp, illuminated by wireless electricity. Colorado Springs, 1899. The 1899 sidewheeler City of Cincinnati of the Louisville & Cincinnati Packet Co. on the Ohio at Cincinnati The execution of villian Zhang Zhanghua Tianjin 1899 The first ever underwater photograph, c. 1899. The mummy of the Nubian prince Maiherpri, who most likely lived in 14th century BC. His tomb was found on March 30, 1899. The Yermack was the first polar icebreaker in the world, colorized photo of it assisting the Graf Apraksin in 1899 U.S. soldiers in the Philippine-American War (1899) Visitors to the boneyard at Colon Cemetery in Havana, Cuba ca. 1899 Winston Churchill, and other captured British soldiers, in a prison camp in Pretoria. (1899) Creative Commons (CC) license- Images source – reddit/pinterest admin See author's posts Continue Reading Previous Historical Photos of 1898Next Historical Photos of 1900 Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.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.