20 Rarest Historic Photos You Wouldn't Have Seen Ever!

20 Rarest Historic Photos You Wouldn’t Have Seen Ever!

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The valuable stallion Nearco is led from his personal bomb shelter on the Beech House stud farm. England, 1941.

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Queen Elizabeth II firing a British L85 battle rifle. Surrey, England,1993.

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Looks like a bad day to mow your lawn. Pictured are lineups at a gas station during the 1973 fuel shortage.

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Times Square, New York, USA. 1972.

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An American soldier at an advanced allied base, with his pet kangaroo. 1942.

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Construction of the Statue of Liberty, 1884.

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Tearing the Berlin Wall down, 1989.

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Einstein’s office at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, New Jersey, photographed on the day of his death, April 18, 1955.

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Uftwaffe pilots playing cards during the African campaign, 1942. The plane in the background is a Me-109

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Elisabeth “Lilo” Gloeden stands before judges, on trial for being involved in the attempt on Adolf Hitler’s life, 1944.

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Germans posing with a French prisoner of war. France, 1940.

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US Airfoce pilot watches a napalm strike hit from his cockpit. Vitenam, 1963.

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A vending machine that sold already lit cigarettes for a penny. England, 1931.

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German soldiers taking a break from fighting as they play with a cute kitten. 1943.

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A Grumman X-29 experimental aircraft. It was engineered to test a forward-swept wing, canard control surfaces, and other novel aircraft technologies. The aerodynamic instability of this arrangement increased agility but required the use of computerized fly-by-wire control.

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President Richard Nixon trying to figure out how to use chopsticks while visiting in China. 1972.

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Babe Ruth shakes hands with U.S. President Warren G. Harding during a game at the Yankees Stadium. April, 1923. Ruth set career records for home runs which totalled at 714!

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USS Nautilus visiting New York in 1956. It was the world’s first nuclear-powered submarine.

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Soviet soldiers pose with ‘Hitler’s Globe’. Berlin, Germany, 1945.

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