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50 Rarely-Seen Historical Photos That Might Change Your Perspective On Things

50 rarely-seen historical photos that might change your perspective on things
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#11 A Serbian Soldier Sleeps with His Father Who Came to Visit Him on the Front Line near Belgrade, 1914/1915

50 rarely-seen historical photos that might change your perspective on things

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#12 A Man Arrested for Cross-Dressing Emerging from a Police Van, New York, 1939

50 rarely-seen historical photos that might change your perspective on things

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#13 An American Soldier Cradles a Wounded Japanese Boy and Shelters Him from Rain in the Cockpit of an Airplane During the Battle of Saipan While Waiting to Transport the Youngster to a Field Hospital, July 1944

50 rarely-seen historical photos that might change your perspective on things

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#14 Anne Frank's Father Otto, Revisiting the Attic Where They Hid from the Nazis. He Was the Only Surviving Family Member (1960)

50 rarely-seen historical photos that might change your perspective on things

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#15 A Man Rides a Bus in Durban, Meant for White Passengers Only, In Resistance to South Africa's Apartheid Policies, 1986

50 rarely-seen historical photos that might change your perspective on things

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#16 Ruby Bridges, The First African-American to Attend a White Elementary School in the Deep South, 1960

50 rarely-seen historical photos that might change your perspective on things

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#17 Young Queen Elizabeth as a Mechanic during WW2 (C. 1939)

50 rarely-seen historical photos that might change your perspective on things

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#18 Albert Einstein, His Secretary Helen (Left), and Daughter Margaret (Right) Becoming U.S. Citizens to Avoid Returning to Nazi Germany, 1940

50 rarely-seen historical photos that might change your perspective on things

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#19 When Nazis Asked Lepa Radic Who Were Her 'Accomplices' Before They Hanged Her, She Responded, 'You'll Know Them When They Come to Avenge Me.' Young Serbian Girl Was Hanged at the Age of 17 Near Gradiska In 1943. During the Battle of Kozara, She Lost Her Father, Brother (15), and Her Uncle

50 rarely-seen historical photos that might change your perspective on things

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#20 Soldiers Returning Home From WWII, 1945

50 rarely-seen historical photos that might change your perspective on things

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