15 Photos Which Will Change the Way You Think About History

    15 Photos Which Will Change the Way You Think About History

    15 Photos Which Will Change the Way You Think About History
    Greg
    7:42 PM EST, March 4, 2023, updated: 5:38 PM EST, March 5, 2023

    Sometimes we need to see a few photographs to create our own image of something. Sometimes, however, a few photos is absolutely enough to turn the way we perceive things upside down.

    The bunch of photos we have got here for you might be an enriching experience and a very good history lesson.

    #1 A Dutch beach called Heemskerk in 1931. A man receives a fine for wearing an obscene outfit

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    notbob1959/reddit

    #2 A crying 5-year-old girl, forced to work very hard (picking shrimps) due to her terrible situation

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    ixquaPandaJumper/imgur

    #3 Opening the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. 27 May 1937

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    eaglemaxie/reddit

    #4 A young woman fades due to unbearable heat, right in front of Princess Elisabeth during the inspection of the WRAC Guard of Honor on 6 July 1949

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    pikabu

    #5 A dinner inside Windows On The World in one of the WTC towers. 1993

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    itsclassified_/reddit

    #6 Opening the first McDonald's in Moscow. 31 January 1990

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    #7 The morning in Stockholm right after Sweden changed the traffic law. 3 September 1967

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    Cheleny/reddit

    #8 Adolf Hitler meets Amin al-Husseini, the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem. 1941

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    cliothrowaway/reddit

    #9 Solar therapy. 1928

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    goo

    #10 A massive traffic jam in front of the Brandenburg Gate. 1989

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    #11 Dog sleds of the first Australians exploring the Antarctic in 1911 - 1914

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    #12 Women protesting against compulsory hijabs, soon after the revolution on Iran in 1979

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    J_L__Seagull/twitter

    #13 Felix Wehrle – a man with very elastic and stretchable skin. The beginning of 20th century

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    pinterest

    #14 British sappers trained to disarm landmines 'blindfold'. This is what let them work in darkness. 1943

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    ibkeepr/reddit

    #15 An American invention – a radio on a straw hat. 1931

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    westw0od/imgur
    Which photo surprised you the most?
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