1. Marine infantry in Taiwan practice using flamethrowers in simulated battle. January 1969

2. The crew of a Grumman TBF Avenger torpedo bomber scramble to safety after ditching near the carrier, 1944.

3. Nobuhisa Kawafuji aiming his rifle at someone off screen after having hijacked a ferry in 1970. When he was shot in 1970 it was one of the first cases of Japanese Police ended a hostage situation by shooting the perpetrator.

4. Women in Chicago arrested for wearing one-piece swimsuits, 1922

5. Actress Alexandra Yablochkina, Moscow, 1961

6. Ku Klux Klan parade on Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, D.C., Sept. 13, 1926

7. Nazi flags drape over the coffins of victims of the Hindenburg disaster in New York, USA on May 11, 1937

8. Framing of the Mabel Brown lumber schooner, North Vancouver, Canada, 1916

9. Hamatsa shaman of the Koskimo (People of Guseʼ) tribe possessed by supernatural power after having spent several days in the woods as part of an initiation ritual. Western Canada. 1914.

10. GE Spokesman and Future President Ronald Reagan Tours a GE Factory 1955

11. A witness with identity concealed gives evidence in court on narcotics traffic. Washington State, April 1952

12. Winston Churchill, “The Roaring Lion”, photo taken at the Canadian Parliament by Yousuf Karsh, December 30, 1941.

13. A protestor inserting a flower as a symbol of peace (flower power) into the barrel of a soldier’s rifle in Arlington, Virginia, on Oct. 26, 1967.

14. June 15, 1967 American soldiers peer out of the trench to evade Viet Cong snipers during fighting in the north-east of Saigon.

15. Punks in London. 1980s

16. Former President Richard M. Nixon meets a RoboCop cosplayer during an event for the Boys Club of America in collaboration with Orion Pictures ahead of the VHS release of “RoboCop”, 1987

17. “The British army in Britain” 1941

18. Leonard Nimoy serving as the Grand Marshall of the Pear Blossom Festival in Medford, Oregon, 1967

19. In 1918 Georgia Tech hosted a football game during the Spanish Flu pandemic.

20. The then-Princess Elizabeth, Queen Elizabeth, Winston Churchill, King George VI, and Princess Margaret on the balcony of Buckingham Palace on VE Day, 8 May 1945

21. sixteen inch aft gun turret from the Imperial Japanese navy battleship Mutsu, raised during salvage operations in 1970.

22. Singer and actress Yma Sumac, 1950

23. Following the Bolshevik revolution, children stand alongside the broken bronze head of Czar Alexander III in Moscow 1918.

24. Joe Biden holds a rally in 1988, in Wilmington, Delaware, during his first campaign for the Democratic Party nomination for President.

25. May 6, 1968: The Toshiba company’s new videophone, the Model 500 View Phone, being tested at the company’s Tokyo headquarters.

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