17 rare historical photos that you cannot ignore

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In recent years, many historical photos taken from previous centuries have been found. Currently, each of us can capture a myriad of interesting photos by themselves because every mobile phone is equipped with a photo function. However, previous photographers were rarely able to capture extremely interesting moments.

Today, we want to share with you 17 rare historical photos that you can not ignore , a collection of images still in history. Invite you to consult!

1. The first picture has a human appearance, in 1838

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Compared to other important inventions of mankind, photography was formed quite early, from the early nineteenth century. The picture was taken in the daguerrotype style in 1838 ( daguerrotype - an ancient photograph, which takes a lot of time to expose, to capture the image on the surface of the foil ) as the first photo to have human appearance .

Boulevard du Temple ( Boulevard du Temple ), a photo taken by the French inventor named Louis Daguerre (his name was later used to set the 'daguerrotype' permission ) is a picture First in the history of photography has the appearance of people.

In the picture, we can see a large boulevard in the French capital of Paris. But because this photography was rudimentary at the time, Louis Daguerre - the father of photography, took more than 10 minutes of exposure to complete the photo, so the cars all went without it. Leave a trace in the picture.

Only two men who appeared in the lower left corner were standing still during that time, so they were recorded. The two men did not know that they had ' made history ' by accident - becoming the first people to appear on photos.

2. Indian tattoo on the face of a white woman, 1863

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Olive Oatman 's parents were killed in 1859 when she was 14 years old. She herself was kidnapped by the Indians and then sold as a slave to the Mohave Desert. After 5 years in the tribe, this young woman decided to return to American society. Perhaps, Mohave treated Olive not like a slave but an ordinary person because they had tattooed her tattoos.

3. The first photo is known for obscene gestures, 1886

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Apparently, the photographer did something wrong with baseball player Charles Radbourn so he raised the middle finger in front of the camera. This action is still in the history of the world and is regarded as the first obscene gesture to appear in the picture.

4. Students after the snowball match, 1893

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This is a picture of students at Princeton University after a seemingly harmless snowball match. They could easily be mistaken for soldiers who had just returned from the battlefield or for the victims of the hard labor.

5. A sculptor helps a camouflaged veteran with the aftermath of the post-war wound in 1917

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At the beginning of the twentieth century, cosmetic surgery seemed to be a relatively new concept but there was an alternative that was a mask to replace the lost skin on the face .

One of the mask specialists was sculptor Anna Coleman Ladd . Of course, this method can not heal the face as originally , but it helps many people suffering from post-war injuries can build new relationships and stop thinking about suicide.

6. The tallest person in history, 1930

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" Alton giant ", Robert Pershing Wadlow , remains the tallest person in world history: he is 272cm tall and weighs 199kg . The problem of pituitary caused him to constantly increase in height and died due to an infection in his legs. Unfortunately, Robert Pershing Wadlow lived a short life and died at the age of 22 in 1940.

7. A German worker refused to raise his hand to the Nazis, in 1936

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This man is called August Landmesser . With that gesture, he appeared to disagree with the policy of the Third Empire because he could not marry a Jewish woman, Irma Eckler. Irma was then taken to a concentration camp and killed. And August had joined a criminal battalion and disappeared without a doubt.

8. Beer is in fighter jet fuel tank, 1944

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Of course, beer is not fuel. This is how it was brought for British warriors to fight in Normandy during World War II. And before they started pouring beer into the fuel tank, the barrels were attached to fighters instead of ammunition.

9. Future Queen Elizabeth II served in the army, 1945

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During World War II, the future Queen of England served in the Women's Support Territorial Service as a mechanical driver and an ambulance driver. In this picture, Princess Elizabeth holds a watch in her hand - a gift from colleagues.

10. American soldiers returned in 1945

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After the end of Western European military activity, Queen Elizabeth sent the warships to transport American troops to New York safely.

11. Sophia Loren and Jayne Mansfield, 1957

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This is how Sophia Loren describes this situation: " Paramount organized a party for me. All the movie world was present, Jayne Mansfield, the last one. She knows everyone. Where are my eyes on? I am staring at her chest because I am afraid they will lie on my plate . "

12. Woman with the smallest waist in the world, 1959

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British woman Ethel Granger decided to change her appearance to please her husband, William. Ethel Granger had to wear a bra all day, did not take off at night, as well as wear high-heeled shoes and piercings at the nose, where Ethel's husband had " pierced " with silver needles. Over time, the natural waistline of women decreased from 62cm to 33cm , this helped Ethel Granger enroll in Guinness Record - the smallest waistline.

13. The Beatles crossed Abbey Road, 1969

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Most of us have seen this famous " Abbey Road " cover photo. However, there are other images of the band made here - 6 of them. By the way, the white Volkswagen Beetle , accidentally dropped into the frame, was auctioned in 1986 for £ 2,530.

14. One of the archetypes of 'Uncle Sam', 1970

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Uncle Sam ( in English, Uncle Sam ), takes the early words of United States of America ( Un Sam - uncle Sam ) as a word of the country 's national identity to the United States and sometimes more specifically just the US government, used for the first time during the War of 1812.

However, in this photo, it's easy to see the similarity of ' uncle' with one of the prototypes - a veteran named Walter Botts .

15. Family photo on the Moon, 1972

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Astronaut Charles Duke , who joined the Apollo 16 mission as a Moon pilot, left behind a family photo ( including Charles, his wife, Dorothy, son Charles Jr. and Thomas ) on the Moon.

16. Iranian Pop singer before the Islamic Revolution, 1979

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Before the 1979 Islamic Revolution, many Iranians looked like Europeans or Americans: they wore fashionable clothes, women didn't have to hide their hair and didn't even hesitate to appear on the beach in a bikini.

17. Kurt Cobain imagined himself playing guitar, in 1993

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Lenny Kravitz posted this photo on Instagram and said it was taken on September 2, 1993 during the MTV Music Awards ceremony. Lenny played the hit " Are You Gonna Go My Way ", and Kurt stood behind the scenes, " with " an imaginary guitar.

Additional: Leonardo DiCaprio finally received an Oscar, 2016

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This photo was taken not too long ago, but it will certainly come with history for two reasons.Firstly, Leonardo DiCaprio finally received his worthy Oscar . Secondly, the actor felt so happy that he couldn't resist a bit of joking. We do not blame Leonardo DiCaprio for this because he has been waiting for this award for 12 years .

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