::: 愚 石 亭 :::


Category : Category

역사적인 장면
운영자  2020-08-13 11:05:18, 조회 : 91, 추천 : 6


오래된 사진들



Here’s a rare photo of the MGM lion preparing to roar before the beginning of every movie. This was released in the studio in 1928. Wanna know the name of this handsome Lion? His name is Jack


The Statue of Liberty, as it was being constructed in France in 1884.


Another angle of the statue of liberty only with her head this time. In this amazing photo, with a young child and a woman standing beside her face as it was being assembled in France. This photo was taken in 1885.


The statue just as it was being made before getting shipped and pieced together very carefully on her pedestal. In the photo, you can also see her left hand holding the tablet, while the workers construct the rest of her parts in 1884.  


In 1919, he was considered the golden star of the silent movie era. Helen Keller could not see or hear either, so, you can guess why Charlie Chaplin became the king of silent movies.


This rare photo was taken when Carpathia arrived to rescue the only few lifeboats that were drifting in the cold Atlantic waters in 1912


America’s departure from Vietnam was considered one of the saddest and most heart wrenching moment in 1975, as you can see in the photo.


Another angle of an American Evacuee punching a South Vietnamese man for a spot on the last chopper out of the US embassy


The testing of a bulletproof vest dated back in 1923. This demonstration was shot live in Washington City police headquarters.   The two men in the photo are WH Murphy and his assistant of the Protective Garment Corporation of New York. The vest weighed about 11lb.


This device was considered the first ever Atomic Bomb made to be tested at the Trinity Site in New Mexico, on July 16th, near Alamogordo. It was also the first bomb to be detonated in the Manhattan Project. J. Robert Oppenheimer came up with the code name “Trinity” which was taken from a line of John Donne Poetry.


The nuclear testing at Bikini Atoll program, which was a series of 23 nuclear devices detonated by the United States between the year 1946 to 1958.


The photo shows the before and after of Nagasaki when it was bombed on August 9, 1945. A plutonium bomb was detonated over the city, killing over 39,000 to 80,000 people that day.


In 1934, the Thanksgiving Celebration of the Reich, or otherwise called the Reichserntedankfest Rally. There were over 700,000 participants.


Hitler look at the Gustav Railway Gun. This gun was used limitedly during the war. It was used primarily to to break the French’s Maginot line of defenses.


Makes us all wonder what a massive stack of liquor barrels will look like, but thankfully that is what the photo is for. In the year 1942, the authorities collected and stacked all of the barrels that you see in the photo, because it was ready to be set on fire. This was during the prohibition, when liquor was outlawed.


Mount Rushmore was truly one of America’s greatest creations. In fact, it was even supposed to be much larger than it originally is. In this photo, we see the monument’s designer Gutzon Borglum is seen scrutinizing the scale model.


In this photo, we see Ham the Chimp, or otherwise known as Ham the Astrochimp. He was considered the first Hominidae to ever journey to space. He was first launched from Cape Canaveral on January 31, 1961, and thankfully returned back to Earth unharmed except for a small bruise on his nose.


During the Second World War, she serviced and drove trucks for the army


In 1970, during the Birthday Procession of Queen Elizabeth, one of the soldiers fainted. It even happened at the worst possible time, because as she was passing by the soldier fell flat on his face.


Photo of the Hindenburg Disaster taken on May 6th, 1937. This sensational photo occured when the German airship carrying many passengers caught fire when it was trying to dock at a Naval Air Station Lakehurst in New Jersey. A total of 36 people were killed in the fire, but thankfully 62 people survived.


Quite a long time before his career shot to fame this photo was taken in 1958.


Albert Einstein as in 1939 in Nassau Point on Long Island, New York.


  추천하기   목록보기

번호 분류 제목 작성자 작성일   추천 조회
Notice 일반  이곳에 올려진 외설광고물    운영자 2021/06/02 8 27
Notice 일반  글과 사진이 등록되는 순서, 배경음악 끄기, 사진 크게 보기    운영자 2005/11/01 304 1497
Notice 일반  제가사는집 동네 glendale(谷野)  [2]  운영자 2005/10/29 278 1543
Notice 일반      운영자 2005/06/28 296 1453
Notice 일반  안녕하세요    운영자 2005/06/23 287 1388
262 일반  kids & Pets    운영자 2020/08/24 13 47
261 일반  Magician’s Tricks Explained    운영자 2020/08/16 6 27
260 일반  역사적인 장면    운영자 2020/08/13 6 91
259 일반  Drone Photos    운영자 2020/08/09 6 22
258 일반  '희한한 세상'    운영자 2020/06/11 10 43
257 일반  [6·25 70주년] 노병의 남기고 싶은 이야기    운영자 2020/05/31 8 32
256 일반  재택근무    운영자 2020/04/14 10 36
255 일반  The Battle to Take Back Seoul    운영자 2020/03/02 11 45
254 일반  2019년 12월 24일 성탄절 축하 헌화    운영자 2019/12/25 12 61
253 일반  North Korea's Artillery: Could Kim's 'Big Guns' Destroy Seoul?    운영자 2019/12/06 12 66
252 일반  전세계 富의 분배    운영자 2019/10/22 15 67
251 일반  B-2 Bomber    운영자 2019/10/04 13 76

    목록보기   다음페이지 1 [2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9][10]..[16]   [다음 10개]
       

Copyright 1999-2021 Zeroboard / skin by zero