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A Stroll Back in Time - Fascinating Historical Photos!

Fascinating photos from an age gone by, that will never come again. An age that some may consider harsher, while others look on in nostalgy, missing those other times, before computers, before cellphones, before television. Moments frozen in time forever.

 
A projection by the US intelligence department, showing how Hitler might have looked like had he escaped and tried to hide, 1945. 

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During world war II, an English brewery contributed a large amont of fresh beer for the soldiers fighting in Normandy. To get them the barrels of beer, they exchanged the bombs under a spitfire plane with the barrels. The flight at 12,000 feet was perfect for keeping the drink cool.

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Selling muffins in London, 1910.

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NASA before the age of computers, 1960.

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A man trying to sell his car after the big market crash of 1929.

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An aerial view of the digging system in France during the first world war. On the left is the British side and on the right the German side. The black area in the middle was left as a buffer, 1917.

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The hanging bodies of the 4 conspirators of Lincoln's murder, 1865.

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Allies' soldiers mimicking Hitler in scorn, 1945.

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Representatives of the third Reich measure a man's nose to determine his race, 1940.

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Animal trainer Jack Bonoite sits with a few of his 'cats', 1870.

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Leonard Siflit, an Australian commando fighting in WW2, moments before he was executed and decapitated by the Japanese Empire, 1943.

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The WW2 victory celebrations in the Red Square in Moscow, 1945. 

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Vietnam war, the morning after a long wait for an ambush that never happened, about 65 km East of Saigon, 1965. 

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The Titanic on land, 1912.
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An Iranian woman before the Islamist revolution, 1960. 

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The smallest shop in London - a shoe salesman in a 1.2 meter (4 feet) square shop.  

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Beggar runs next to the carriage of the King of England, King George the Fifth.

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