28 Rare Historical Photos You Must See

By Amanda Cooper Sep 28, 2016

Photographs have long been used to record special and unique moments - birthdays, weddings and the occasional selfie are all commonplace.
We all know the phrase “a picture is worth a thousand words” - it's a simple notion that applies to many aspects of our lives, but especially to historical photography.
Sometimes, one simple picture can tell you more about history than any story you might read.
These 28 photographs below portray the past in a way that we can empathize with and understand more intimately. History in photos has always been a captivating subject, but you’ve probably not seen many of the following photos that captured specific moments throughout history.

Testing New Bullet Proof Vests

Elvis In The Army

MLK Removing Burnt Cross

Graves Of A Catholic Woman And Her Protestant Husband

Glasses John Lennon Wore When Assassinated

Filming Of The MGM Opening Credits

Titanic Survivors Boarding Carpathian

World's First Selfie

Statue Of Liberty Under Construction

First Ronald McDonald

Pablo Escobar And His Son

Soldier During WWII

Priest Praying Over Titanic Victims


Little Girl In Ruins

The Only Woman To Strike Out Babe Ruth

Painting The Eiffel Tower

Women Delivering Ice

Mocking Hitler After WWII

Neil Armstrong Before Walking On The Moon

Nikola Tesla In His Lab

First Wimbledon Match

106-Year-Old Woman Guarding Her Home

First Skin Transplant

Hindenburg Disaster

India’s First Satellite Being Transported

Queen Elizabeth During WWII Service

Helen Keller Meets Charlie Chaplin

Unbroken Seal On King Tut’s Tomb

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Source: Allday