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20 Rare Photos from History’s Most Dramatic Days That You Have Probably Never Seen

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In this series of photographs collected from a variety of photographers, we see some of the world’s most dramatic happenings from history. Scenes that showcase evil before it bloomed. Moments when the news of evil is spread, as when President Bush was informed the 9/11 horror had occurred. The stunning picture of a Ku Klux Klan member’s bleeding body lying in an emergency room while the professionals race to save his life, a team of black doctor’s and nurses. We see the disgusting remnants of segregation, the progression of Coca Cola, and Osama Bin Laden as a happy well adjusted child.

This series of photographs gives us an unusual perspective on history. Scenes that foretell a future, and scenes that make us question how our present ever came to be.

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An eerie photo of John Lennon giving an autograph with his future killer Mark Chapman only a few hours before death.

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A man destroying the Berlin wall.

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Osama bin Laden with his family visiting Falun in Sweden in 1971.

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The Beatles before all their fame.

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Elvis Presley as a soldier  in the army.

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The meeting of Pope Pius XI with Adolf Hitler.

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The new capital of Brasil – Brasilia is being built.

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Che Guevara and Fidel Castro.

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One of the first McDonald’s restaurant, when burgers were 15 cents!

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The glorious Titanic in 1912.

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The first Google Team in 1999.

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Horrible racial segregation.

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Evolution of the Coca-Cola bottles, years: 1899, 1900, 1915, 1916, 1957, and 1986.

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The Beatles, 1957. John Lennon – 16 years old, George Harrison and Paul McCartney – 15.

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ENIAC – computer constructed in years 1943-45 in USA.

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Charlie Chaplin and Mahatma Gandhi.

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Albert Einstein among other scientists.

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Jesus Christ in Rio being built.

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George W. Bush being told about 9/11.

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Ku Klux Klan member being operated in one of the hospitals in Alabama.

Via MSA

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