Woman on Omaha Beach, Normandy, France / Photo by David Seymour - 1947.
US Army medics treat and give comfort to an injured French girl, June - 1944.
A South Vietnamese ranger refusing the handshake of his northern compatriot during ceasefire talks in Saigon, 1973.
Studio portrait of a Navajo man, Circa 1882.
Westland Wapiti Mark IIA, J9409, of No. 30 Squadron RAF in flight over the city of Mosul, Iraq, 11th May 1932.
Endless line of workers getting artillery shells ready for attack at the National Shell Filling Factory at Chilwell, Nottinghamshire, UK 1917.
Railway refreshment room, Moss Vale, New South Wales - 1935.
The moment of death: This image - thought to be a still from a German film about Verdun - captures a French officer being thrown backwards by the impact of a bullet. He was just one of 500,000 French casualties of the battle - 1914.
A helicopter lifts a wounded American soldier on a stretcher during Operation Silver City in Vietnam, March 13, 1966.
Hiroshima, Japan, Three Hours After the Dropping of the Atomic Bomb / August 6, 1945.
Residents of Japanese ancestry appearing at the Civil Control Station for registration in response to the Army’s exclusion order No. 20. San Francisco, Calif., April 1942.
The V-1 “Buzz Bomb” plunging toward central London - 1945.
Manfred von Richthofen: The Red Baron. Top Ace of WWI, 80 victories - Portrait 1917.
Women celebrating Victory Day in Place de la Madeleine, Paris, France - May1945.
Nixon learning to use chopsticks during his visit to China, 1972.
Iron Worker, Chicago, 1969.
A British soldier injured in a bomb explosion is dragged away by his comrades. Londonderry, Northern Ireland. November 15, 1971.
A suit of heavy armor worn by American soldiers in France, circa 1917.
Fidel Castro holds up a newspaper headlining the discovery of a plot to kill him in 1959.
A sailor and his girlfriend walk through the ruins of bombed city of Plymouth, United Kingdom during the Blitz.
U.S. Army nurses ride through the streets of Manila on their way to take over for army nurse POWs recently liberated at Santo Tomas Internment Camp - February 1945.
Spectators wait for the first water swelling down the open part of the Los Angeles Aqueduct, 1913.
Amelia Boynton Robinson after she was beaten by state troopers on the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama - 1965.
Partisan fighter Stjepan Stevo Filipović shouting “Death to fascism, freedom to the People” seconds before his execution by a Serbian State Guard unit in Valjevo, occupied Yugoslavia. WWII.
A Catholic priest protects Solidarity protesters who were being beaten with rubber clubs used by the paramilitary police - Warsaw, People’s Republic of Poland, 1982.
Avro Lancaster bombers nearing completion at the A V Roe & Co Ltd factory at Woodford in Cheshire, 1943.
A Japanese woman carries her son on her back as she marks her ballot in Tokyo, their first free election in generations. Japanese women exercised the right to vote for the first time to elect a new lower house in the diet on April 10th 1946.
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