'What a Wonderful World This Is': Said Louis Armstrong
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Neil Armstrong Dies at 82 - A Legend Gone
Neil Armstrong: 1930-2012 It has been over 40 years since the famous sentence was uttered under the cold black sky of the moon, the first voice to be sounded on that rock in the history of time: " It is one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind. " Who of us doesn't know this phrase, this sentence
What a Spectacular Performance by 2 Classic Greats!
In 1938, the famous Louis Armstrong and his orchestra recorded this famous song, making it an instant classic. Here we see a fantastic remake of the song with Danny Kaye - a snippet taken from the movie The Five Pennies from 1959.
Hilarious: So That's Why Neil Armstrong Used Those Words!
On July 20 th , 1969, as commander of the Apollo 11 lunar module, Neil Armstrong was the first person to set foot on the moon. His first words after stepping on the moon, "that's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind," were heard by millions of people around the world.
These Songs Are Guaranteed to Make You Smile!
From Bobby McFerrin to Stevie Wonder , From Beethoven to the Rolling Stones , from Louis Armstrong to Paul Simon . This is the list you want to listen to when you need to feel happy inside.
A Few Choice Words About Our Beautiful World
Here he is, reciting the familiar song of Louis Armstrong, "What a Wonderful World", as he shows us exactly why it is!
Musical Box: 21 Happy Songs That'll Make Your Day!
Rare Footage: Historical Photos Renewed with Color
Rescued inmates at nazi concentration camp Wobbelin, 1945 London during WWII, 1945 40mm guns firing aboard USS Hornet, February 1945 Clint Eastwood checks his gun at home on June 1, 1956 in Los Angeles, California Steve McQueen’s 1957 Jaguar XK-SS Malcolm X, African-American Muslim Minister, 1960′s Louis
History Doesn't Forget: Rare Historic Photos!
Celebrating the end of alcohol prohibition, December 5th, 1933 Original Poo bear and Christopher Robin, 1928 Louis Payne, conspirator of the assassination of Lincoln, under arrest, April 1865. Emperor of Japan in full regalia, 1872.
Finally Released: Incredibly Rare Photos of History.
Louis Armstrong plays for his wife in front of the Sphinx by the pyramids in Giza, 1961 Two Civil War veterans from both sides shake hands at Gettysburg - 1913 Finally Released: Incredibly Rare Photos of History. history, fascinating, historical photos These terrific historical photos have been released
Add Color to These Vintage Photos With a Mere Mouse Click!
Take a look at these 19 amazing colorized photographs that will make you feel like you were actually there when they were taken: National American Ballet dancers, summer 1914 Women delivering blocks of ice, 1918 Painting of WWII propaganda posters underway at Port Washington, New York in July 1942 Louis
Seeing Scenes of True Love is Good for the Soul...
Louis Armstrong playing for his wife in Giza, 1961: The story of the couple that stuck together against all odds: These photos of grooms seeing their brides for the first time: This photo of Norma and Gordon Yeager, who, after 72 years of marriage, died in the hospital within one hour of each other.
True or False: Can You Guess Which Pop Facts Are True?
Louis Cathedral in New Orleans is dedicated to The Big Easy’s own Louis Armstrong False! St.
QUIZ: Can You Name These Iconic Men From the 1960s?
Jean-Louis Trintignant Truman Capote Harold Wilson Alfred Hitchcock Who's this icon? Cary Grant Richard Beymer Larry Hagman Who's this icon? Lee Van Cleef Patrick McGoohan John Cassavetes Timothy Leary Who's this icon? Warren Beatty Richard Burton Jack Lemmon Who's this icon?
Fed Up With Conspiracy Theories, NASA Broke the Internet
There was no beating the USA to the first moon landing, however, and that was achieved in 1969, with Neil Armstrong becoming the first man to step on it.
The Great European History Quiz: How Much Do You Know?
Yuri Gagarin Neil Armstrong Nikolai Budarin Who is known as the father of modern Europe? Charlemagne Napoleon Michaelangelo TRUE or FALSE: The Battle of Hastings started in 1066. Whose ideals sparked the Reformation?
Quiz: Are You Over 50? Only You Can Pass This Test?
Louis Armstrong John Coltrane Fats Domino Miles Davis Depositphotos What takes a licking and keeps on ticking? .
These Are the 6 Most Successful Moon Landings in History!
“One small step for men, a giant leap for mankind” – No one will ever forget these legendary words from Neil Armstrong, the first man to set foot on the Moon. Twelve other men have also gotten the chance to walk on the moon thanks to NASA’s Apollo Moon Missions.
The incredible Journey of Mankind to the Moon
Flickr: nasacommons The Apollo 11 crew included Commander Neil Armstrong (left), Command Module Pilot Michael Collins (center), and Lunar Module Pilot Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin (right).
The Photos You Grew Up Knowing - With a Twist!
Neil Armstrong on the Moon. Couple Kissing in NYC after WWII has ended. You've known these images all your lives.
50 Years Later, We're Debunking the Moon Landing "Hoax"
It's been 50 years since Neil Armstrong said a few words and took a step. Not just any words and not just any step, but the first step a human being has taken on the very Moon humanity has looked up at since times immemorial.
Discover 10 of the Most Beautiful Churches in Paris
Cathedral of Saint-Louis-de-Invalides The Invalides Palace in the 7th arrondissement of Paris is another of the city's most famous sites and tourist attractions.
After 100 Years, This Mansion Was Opened Again.
Sealed for a century, this mansion belonged to a rich French named Louis Mantin, who dedicated his life to the arts and sciences. His last wish was that his house would be closed for 100 years.