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20 Images of the World in the Past that few People Have Seen.

The world totally changes day by day and many times we do not realize it, the only way we have witnessed is through photographs. There are things, people, and customs that if we review them we will see that they are very different from a few years ago.

In the following list, you will find 20 photographs that show a world very different from the one we know.

#1. An American soldier gives a cigarette to a Japanese soldier buried in the sand during the end of the Second World War. Iwo Jima in 1945

#2. 105mm shells from an Allied bombardment, all fired in a single day on German lines in 1916.

#3. Oldest known photo of Elvis Presley.

#4. Elton John traveling in his private jet, equipped with a piano bar, 1974

#5. André the Giant has successfully held the record for the most beer consumed in a single sitting for the past 40 years.

During a six-hour period in 1976, André drank 119 standard 12-ounce beers in a pub in Pennsylvania.

#6. New York Yankees center fielder Mickey Mantle tosses his batting helmet in disgust after a terrible at-bat. June 25, 1965.

#7. Mick Jagger, Andy Warhol y Jane Holzer and 1965.

#8. Flight attendants for Southwest Airlines in 1972.

#9. Yip Man, the Wing Chun master, training with his student Bruce Lee in 1955.

#10. Eva Anna Paula Hitler (February 6, 1912 – April 30, 1945) was Adolf Hitler’s longtime companion and, for less than 40 hours, his wife.

#11. Young women in Kabul, Afghanistan in the 1970s.

#12. Marie Curie, the first person to win two Nobel prizes.

#13. Members of the Fat Men’s Club of New York meet, circa 1930.

#14. The FBI fingerprint files in 1944.

#15. Booths for listening to vinyl records, HMV London 1954 store.

#16. Jewish prisoners after being released from one of the death trains, 1945.

#17. Watching television at Waterloo station, London, 1936: when television began to be broadcast in Great Britain.

#18. The 1936 Summer Olympics.

#19. The center of the Soviet city of Stalingrad (now called Volgograd), after 5 months of savage fighting between Soviet and Axis forces in 1943.

#20. Soviet soldier on parade in Moscow, 1940.

These photographs show more than a history book and make us see other faces of humanity that not everyone has seen. Share this gallery with your friends who love this kind of images so that they know a little more about the story.

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