7 Rare Moments Of The Past… Best Of Humanity!
- 5:56 am June 22, 2018
There are many photographs in the age of the internet and smartphones and there won’t be fewer pictures available of the 2000’s and of the future, because of the advancement of the technology. Although, in the past history, the camera was a luxury item and was not that advanced as it is right now, because of which they were very occasional times when the pictures were taken. These pictures are the forgotten pictures of the past that reveals the best of human race…
1st Belorussian Front, Female Snipers of the 3rd Shock Army. They had finished 775 confirmed, collectively. Female Snipers of the 3rd Shock Army, They proved women are strong too, in the past and capable of performing tasks that only men were designed to do. Breaking the stereotypes.
Queen Elizabeth II
Ever wondered how Queen Elizabeth II looked like in her young times? Well, this is a picture of her prior to being queen in June of 1940. When she was called a princess...
Gay pride rally
“Hi Mom, Guess What!” at the first gay pride rally in Philadelphia, in June of 1972. Gay pride or LGBT pride is the positive stance against discrimination and violence toward lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT)
Erik Eriksen's statue of the Little Mermaid
Heres a picture of the Frogman visiting the Little Mermaid in Copenhagen. The little mermaid statue was actually built in the memory of a real mermaid, which was proved when they found the mermaid skeleton at the Harbour.
Times Square and Broadway, taken in the 1960’s.
Times Square is sometimes referred to as The Crossroads of the World. This picture reveals how the major commercial intersection and neighborhood in Midtown Manhattan, New York City, looked at early in the 1960's.
When UFO's were debated over...
This is a picture from the Battle of Los Angeles, looks like a UFO was spotted. It was known as one of the most mysterious incidents of World War II and the source of much UFO lore.Also read: 10 Best Images On The Internet That Prove Humanity Still Exists!
Tourists at the Giza Pyramids in 1938.
This is how tourists visited the Gia Pyramids in the late 1930's. They were fewer people around it and it was more casual as it is now to visit the sites.