Nếu một bức ảnh có giá trị bằng 1.000 lời nói, thì những bức ảnh hiếm hoi này đă nói lên điều đó mời bạn vào xem.
A Presidential Visit
Famous Gangsters' Bloody End
Children's Gas Mask From World War II
Famous German theoretical physicist Albert Einstein is seen here with his wife (front) and a group of their friends.
Hitler practices a speech and mannerisms in front of a photographer
An atomic bomb detonation some 40 miles away. Nelson named his dance routine the “Atom Antic.”
The Hindenburg Flies Over the 1936 Olympic Games
General Eisenhower, Patton Examine Stolen Artwork in a Nazi Mine (1945)
"G.I. Blues" - On March 24, 1958, Elvis Presley was drafted into the U.S. Army as a private at Fort Chaffee.
The Final Execution - On Aug. 14, 1936, in Owensboro, Kentucky, 20,000 people gathered around a scaffold to witness the public hanging of Rainey Bethea
A President Speaks - A crowd listens to President Abraham Lincoln giving his famous Gettysburg Address
Loss of a Legend - The widow of John Lennon posted this photo of the famed Beatles musician to commemorate his birthday.
On August 8, 1936, Jesse Owens set an Olympic record in the long jump competition at the Summer Olympics to take home the gold medal.
John Quincy Adams - the sixth president of the United States
Nikita Khrushchev and Indonesian President Sukarno Share a Cigarette (1960)
Joseph Ambrose, a World War I veteran, sits at the official dedication of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington D.C., in November 1982. Ambrose holds the American flag that covered the coffin of his son who died in the Korean War in 1951.
Chinese Ancestry - This image was taken in 1875 by Francisco Van Camp.
Vladmir Ilyich Lenin sits beside Joseph Stalin near Moscow, USSR, sometime around 1922.
Tesla's Lab - magnifying transmitter high voltage generator emits bolts of electricity in December 1899.
Four-Year-Old Bill Clinton (1950)
Lincoln joined the Republican Party in 1858 and was elected president two years later. The image on the right shows Lincoln still without his beard in 1860.
Pipe From the Hoover Dam - Dam began construction in the Black Canyon of the Colorado River in 1931
Workmen are seen here carving details in the granite of the face of George Washington on the Mount Rushmore monument in Rushmore, South Dakota, in 1932.
Orville Wright (1944)
Volkswagen company was founded on May 28, 1937 by the German Labour Front, a Nazi labour union. Volkswagen translates to “people’s car” in German.
SS Chief Heinrich Himmler walks through a POW camp for Russian prisoners of war.
Crash Landing - The Wright Glider has a bumpy landing and stands upright on the ground at Kitty Hawk in 1911.
The Redwoods - Early 1900s loggers hold a 28-foot saw and stand in the cut-out trunk of a massive Redwood tree in California in this hand-colored photograph dated to 1907.
Presidential Pilot - President Theodore Roosevelt became the first president to fly in a plane. Here he sits beside a pilot at the controls before takeoff. This photo was taken in 1910.
The Sun Sets on Mars - In this file photo from NASA, the sun sets behind the rocky terrain of Earth’s neighboring planet, Mars. The photo was taken by NASA’s Curiosity rover on April 15, 2015.
Theodore Roosevelt riding a moose in 1912
Churchill had arrived in Cherbourg on June 10, 1944, a few days before additional Allied forces landed on Normandy beaches as reinforcements to the initial D-Day invasion and liberated the city.
Andy Van TH