20 Images of the World in the Past that few People Have Seen

The only way we have evidence of how drastically the world is changing is through images, which we often fail to see. Reviewing certain items, people, and traditions reveals that they have changed significantly since a few years ago.

You can find 20 images that depict a world that is significantly dissimilar to our own in the list below.

#1 At Iwo Jima in 1945, an American soldier presents a cigarette to a Japanese soldier who is buried in the sand.

#2 All 105mm shells fired by an Allied bombardment against German lines in one day in 1916

#3 Oldest Elvis Presley image ever discovered

#4 1974 image of Elton John flying on a private jet with a piano bar

#5 For the past 40 years, André The Giant has successfully held the record for drinking the most beer in one sitting.

#6 Mickey Mantle, a center fielder for the New York Yankees, throws his batting helmet in disgust following a disastrous at-bat on June 25, 1965.

#7 1965 included Jane Holzer, Andy Warhol, and Mick Jagger.

#8 Southwest Airlines Flight Attendants in 1972

#9 In 1955, Bruce Lee and Wing Chun master Yip Man trained together.

#10 Hitler, Eva Anna Paula (February 6, 1912 – April 30, 1945) was Adolf Hitler’s wife for less than 40 hours and longtime companion

#11 In the 1970s, young women lived in Kabul, Afghanistan

#12 The first person to win two Nobel Prizes was Marie Curie.

#13 Members of the New York Mmeet of the Fat Men’s Club, ca. 1930

#14 FBI Fingerprint Records from 1944

#15 Booths for Vinyl Record Listening, HMV London 1954 Store

#16 Jewish Detainees 1945, After Leaving One Of The Death Trains

#17 When television first started to be broadcast in Great Britain, people were watching it at Waterloo Station in London in 1936.

#18 The Summer Olympics of 1936

#19 After five months of fierce combat between the Soviet Union and the Axis Powers in 1943, the center of the Soviet City of Stalingrad (now known as Volgograd)

#20 In 1940, a Soviet soldier marched across Moscow.

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