Mads Madsen is 25 years old and lives in Denmark where he's pursuing a Master's degree in the Classics (ancient Greece and Rome). However, his fascination with history doesn't end there.

Mads also colorizes old photos. Through the use of Photoshop, he meticulously injects life into black and white stills, allowing us to immerse ourselves into moments that have been fading away. There's just something raw about looking at a person and seeing the color of their eyes. You don't get that with a monochromic image.

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Desmond Doss, Conscientious Objector And Medal Of Honor Recipient. He Was Given The Medal Of Honor For His Actions At Hawksaw Ridge, During The Battle Of Okinawa, Where He Carried 75 Wounded Men To Safety Under Heavy Enemy Fire

Desmond Doss, Conscientious Objector And Medal Of Honor Recipient. He Was Given The Medal Of Honor For His Actions At Hawksaw Ridge, During The Battle Of Okinawa, Where He Carried 75 Wounded Men To Safety Under Heavy Enemy Fire

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Letmar Elliel
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what a legend of a man!

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And it's all because of the Internet. "I was browsing Reddit one day and came across some old colorized photographs," Madsen told Bored Panda. "They were colorized by hand. This discovery led me to a more in-depth search, and I learned that it was actually done by an old lady. She had a website dedicated to hand-coloring photographs of all periods with oil. It just absolutely blew me away.

Mads had spent the next couple of days cataloging everything she had done into periods, personalities, eras, etc, and when he was done, he decided 'Hey, I can do this myself!'

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Helen Keller Greeting Charlie Chaplin By Feeling His Features

Helen Keller Greeting Charlie Chaplin By Feeling His Features

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Phoebe Bean
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He looks very "touched" by her gesture! Helen Keller was such a remarkable woman.

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The colorist has a very concrete way of choosing images for his projects. "I mostly pick [a photograph] after I decide whether or not the subject's eyes will look good," he said. "I've always had a fascination with beautiful eyes, and that's how I pick most of my photographs. If you look through my gallery, you'll see that most of the eyes there are steely-blue or sky-blue, and they (hopefully) are framed beautifully by the surrounding color, contrasting with it really nicely. So that's the main criteria. That, and the overall quality [of the image]."

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Two American Soldiers Proudly Show Off Their Personalized "Easter Eggs" (155mm Artillery Shells) Before Firing Them

Two American Soldiers Proudly Show Off Their Personalized "Easter Eggs" (155mm Artillery Shells) Before Firing Them

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MellonCollie
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1 month ago

My god, they look so young.

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But colorizing a photo is a long and hard work. Madsen said the most difficult part is those that overlap with other objects, like tree branches that stretch into the sky. "If I don't want the sky to look brown or the branches to look blue, I have to [work them by hand, individually.]"

If photo colorization is something you'd like to try out yourself, Mads has a cool video tutorial on YouTube that's perfect for getting started.

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Frederick Douglass, Talented Orator And Frontspokesman Of Abolition. Escaped Slavery, And Led A Freedom-Movement

Frederick Douglass, Talented Orator And Frontspokesman Of Abolition. Escaped Slavery, And Led A Freedom-Movement

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Ojberretta Berretta
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1 month ago

and some assholes tore down hes statue and the statue of a abolitionist militia fighter recently.....ppl literally did not learn from history...and while some statues should be torn down...hes is not one of those...

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Sir David Attenborough, Born This Day In 1926, Seen Here Petting A Macaw Around 1950-51

Sir David Attenborough, Born This Day In 1926, Seen Here Petting A Macaw Around 1950-51

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glowworm2
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1 month ago

Aw! Look how happy that macaw is! Also, Sir David looks so handsome.

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Native American Chief With Feathers, Unknown Date

Native American Chief With Feathers, Unknown Date

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MrTree1779
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1 month ago

Asking an expert in historical Native dress: How authentic is the clothing and headdress? Not questioning the man, but back then, Native Americans would be dressed up in generic costumes, and be photographed as "authentic", for the white folks.

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Amelia Earhart, Unknown Date

Amelia Earhart, Unknown Date

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Miss Cris
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1 month ago

She looks as a youg woman of today. A 2020 look.

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Nikola Tesla, With Roger Boskovich's Book 'Theoria Philosophiae Naturalis', In Front Of The Spiral Coil Of His High-Frequency Transformer At East Houston St., New York

Nikola Tesla, With Roger Boskovich's Book 'Theoria Philosophiae Naturalis', In Front Of The Spiral Coil Of His High-Frequency Transformer At East Houston St., New York

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Daria B
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1 month ago

The king of geek-kind ♡

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Two Girls And Their Snow Fort, Ca. 1910

Two Girls And Their Snow Fort, Ca. 1910

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Elixir
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1 month ago

Mine don't ever look like that...

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Ca. 1960 - A Civil Rights Demonstration. A Black Woman Is Glaring At A Man, Who Appears To Be A Segragationist, Donning The Confederate Flag On His Hardhat

Ca. 1960 - A Civil Rights Demonstration. A Black Woman Is Glaring At A Man, Who Appears To Be A Segragationist, Donning The Confederate Flag On His Hardhat

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Maryam Siddiqui
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1 month ago

yass kweenz

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Sgt. Henry 'Black Death' Johnson Of The 369th

Sgt. Henry 'Black Death' Johnson Of The 369th

'Harlem Hellfighters' poses wearing the Croix du Guerre, awarded for bravery in an outnumbered battle against German forces. He also received the Medal of Honor posthumously in 2015 - 12th of February 1919

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Beth August
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1 month ago

It's sad that his Medal of Honor was given posthumously.

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Albert Einstein, Photographed Ca. 1948 By Yousuf Karsh

Albert Einstein, Photographed Ca. 1948 By Yousuf Karsh

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A_the_K
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1 month ago

Those eyes...

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Alan Turing - A Computer Scientist, Philosopher, And Cryptologist Who Played A Crucial Role In Breaking The Nazis' Enigma Code - Seen Here In Happier Times. Unknown Date.

Alan Turing - A Computer Scientist, Philosopher, And Cryptologist Who Played A Crucial Role In Breaking The Nazis' Enigma Code - Seen Here In Happier Times. Unknown Date.

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Puna
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1 month ago

Mr. Turing was an brilliant, amazing man who helped the world only to be abused and destroyed by it.

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Christmas Truce Of 1914 During The First World War

Christmas Truce Of 1914 During The First World War

German and British soldiers laid down their arms, and climbed out in to no man's land for an unofficial ceasefire during Christmas. Supposedly over 100,000 soldiers participated, gifts were exchanged, British soldiers cut the hair of German soldiers, officers swapped buttons and coats, privates exchanged candy - and the next day, the fighting resumed, and the carnage continued. it's worth noting that not all parts of the front celebrated this truce, some parts of the frontline only had small agreements of a minor ceasefire to recover bodies, while others sang songs from within their trenches.

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El Dee
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1 month ago

Notably this was initiated by the men and not the officers. When news got back to London they ordered that no such ceasefire should happen again. They were worried that soldiers would 'humanise' their enemy and be less keen to engage and kill..

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Audrey Hepburn. Unknown Date

Audrey Hepburn. Unknown Date

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M Dream
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1 month ago

can't stand so much beauty!

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Paul Newman & Clint Eastwood

Paul Newman & Clint Eastwood

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Truth Monster
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1 month ago

oooh, NOW i get why westerns were popular.

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Jim Henson, Creator Of The Muppets, Sitting With Ernie & Kermit The Frog

Jim Henson, Creator Of The Muppets, Sitting With Ernie & Kermit The Frog

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SmurfByTheBay
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1 month ago

Genius.

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Einstein Laughing During A Dinner Party, Year Unknown

Einstein Laughing During A Dinner Party, Year Unknown

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Zara VP
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1 month ago

I love this! That is joy.

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Marilyn Monroe After A Party. A Rare, Solemn Moment Of Quiet For The Otherwise Boisterous Personality

Marilyn Monroe After A Party. A Rare, Solemn Moment Of Quiet For The Otherwise Boisterous Personality

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Sinkvenice
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1 month ago

Boisterous? That was a facade, she was a total introvert and suffered incredible anguish.

Heather Althouse
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1 month ago

yeah..maybe that's what the world thought, but we now know the truth. that was not who she was

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Lola
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1 month ago

Marylin Monroe struggled with depression her whole life. Happy she was not!

Amazon QT
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1 month ago

Only a few times in her life was she truly happy, when she married both Joe and Arther are 2 of the times, you could count all of them on one hand...

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MrTree1779
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1 month ago

She was a sad, but intelligent introvert. She hated the spotlight, but the money it brought in kept her in the game. And back then, Hollywood women weren't allowed to be publicly seen as anything but "overflowing with joy". It was a total sham, and it cost Norma Jean her life.

Leo H
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1 month ago

Nope she actually was an introvert...the rest was an act

kathryn stretton
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1 month ago

She looks almost ready to cry. Sad picture. Beautiful, but sad.

Cori
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1 month ago

She looks so sad here.

Jake B
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1 month ago

Sad and worn out.

Kat Hoth
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1 month ago

She was actually a very unhappy person :(

Dana Andrews
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1 month ago

This is a well known Richard Avedon photo taken in his studio in 1957. She's not coming from a party. This is one of the last frames he shot at the end of the photoshoot. Originally it's in B&W and is very evocative. I don't think the colorization adds that much. He's also cropped it in a way that I don't think adds much either. See the original here: https://www.moma.org/learn/moma_learning/richard-avedon-marilyn-monroe-actress-new-york-may-6-1957/

Jessica Cole
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1 month ago

Thank you for this... Another untrue and misleading caption.

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Kitty Kat
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1 month ago

She looks so sad

Sophia Tabarelli
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1 month ago

Du sprichst mir aus dem Herzen...auch ICH habe dieses Gefühl in der Magengrube gehabt, als ich darauf schaute. Lange habe ich es angesehen, aber die Traurigkeit schien zu bleiben...

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Tina Parker
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1 month ago

She looks sad..

Ester Rodriguez
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1 month ago

My previous job used to have an orphanage in Hollygrove where she was placed in about 1935. There was obviously some trauma that led to her living there and it probably affected her through adulthood.

Joyce Brazel
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1 month ago

I don't think she was ever happy......

de' leendha
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1 month ago

look in her eyes, i wonder what's in her mind

Nicole Tomme
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1 month ago

Poor girl

Teresa
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1 month ago

She looks unspeakably sad.

Annie
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1 month ago

She looks even more vulnerable in this photo. I want to give her a hug and tell her it's alright.

Cybele Spanjaard
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1 month ago

Her beauty was iconic, she had something different to all other lovely looking girls. her sadness and pain and frailty perhaps showed too clearly.

Gregg Bender
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1 month ago

Such a beautiful woman. She looks so sad that she breaks my heart. I wish I could have known her.

Jane W.
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1 month ago

She looks so beautiful.

Florence Hastings
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1 month ago

She looks so sad.

StealTheFruit
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1 month ago

Marilyn Monroe is a victim of so many tragedies. She deserves so much better. I wish this world could have saved her. </3

Dorothy Cloud
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1 month ago

She was beautiful.

Diandra “Mss Didi” Blackthorn
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1 month ago

... they always call Women "boisterous" when We have bubbly personalities...

Batwench
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1 month ago

She looks so sad.

Celtic Pirate Queen
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1 month ago

I love the fact that she was such a bookworm & so intelligent. Heaven forbid you have big boobs and a brain too!

Olivia Masterson
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1 month ago

Her eyes look so sad.

Jane Dorothy Warner
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1 month ago

Poor haunted woman...what price fame and beauty?

Danielle Adam
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1 month ago

She obviously didn't have an easy life!

Pontificate
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1 month ago

Literally the most beautiful woman ever.

Susan Price
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1 month ago

She looks so defeated, fed up and completely overwhelmed. Such a facade she put forth day after day and to what end... Such tragedy

Jeanne Dansby
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1 month ago

I never thought of her as boisterous; I think the better word would be 'ebullient.'

Lori Harris
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1 month ago

She was so beautiful, looking like that AFTER a party is a different level of beauty.

Amazon QT
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1 month ago

This photo wasn't taken after a party (the BP Poster needs to correct that incorrect title), it was from a photoshoot she did with a famous 40s/50s, American portraitist Richard Avedon. There's about 25 different posies of her in the sequence gown.

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Daniel Lewis
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She was exhausted from having kinky sex with President Kennedy.

John-Paul Bitler
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1 month ago

Are you out of your mind?

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Brigadier General And Actor Jimmy Stewart. Participated In Over 20 Missions Over Nazi-Occupied Europe, And Even Flew A Bombing Run During The Vietnam War.

Brigadier General And Actor Jimmy Stewart. Participated In Over 20 Missions Over Nazi-Occupied Europe, And Even Flew A Bombing Run During The Vietnam War.

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Good time Salesman
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1 month ago

Love this guy! So handsome and a great actor

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Victor Hugo, Famous Author Of Les Miserables, And The Hunchback Of Notre-Dame - Ca. 1876

Victor Hugo, Famous Author Of Les Miserables, And The Hunchback Of Notre-Dame - Ca. 1876

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Paolina Mitova
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1 month ago

He is supposed to have said: it's a great deal to be always the same person. I often think about it and not once I have agreed whit this opinion. One should evolve and grow and definitely not stay the same person.

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Richard Pierce - 14 Years Of Age, Works As A Western Union Telegraph Messenger. With Nine Months Of Service. He Works From 7 A.m. To 6 P.m. Smokes. Visits Houses Of Prostitution. Wilmington, Delaware, Ca. May 1910

Richard Pierce - 14 Years Of Age, Works As A Western Union Telegraph Messenger. With Nine Months Of Service. He Works From 7 A.m. To 6 P.m. Smokes. Visits Houses Of Prostitution. Wilmington, Delaware, Ca. May 1910

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Scagsy
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1 month ago

He may appear to be a little boy, but his eyes betray the age of his soul

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Buzz Aldrin, The Second Man On The Moon, Seen Here As Commandant Of The Air Force Test Pilot School, Ca. 1963

Buzz Aldrin, The Second Man On The Moon, Seen Here As Commandant Of The Air Force Test Pilot School, Ca. 1963

Note the Mickey Mouse watch he is wearing as well.

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Miss Cris
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1 month ago

Upvoting the mickey mouse watch.

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Theodore Roosevelt Holding His Grandson, Kermit Roosevelt Jr. - Ca. 1916

Theodore Roosevelt Holding His Grandson, Kermit Roosevelt Jr. - Ca. 1916

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Mia
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The name "Kermit," selected by Edith's parents as her brother's first name and as her middle name, was the surname of a paternal great-uncle, Robert Kermit. Edith was Theodore Roosevelt's 2nd wife.

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Eric Arthur Blair, Better Known By His Pen Name George Orwell, Was An English Novelist, Essayist, Journalist, And Critic

Eric Arthur Blair, Better Known By His Pen Name George Orwell, Was An English Novelist, Essayist, Journalist, And Critic

His work is marked by lucid prose, awareness of social injustice, opposition to totalitarianism, and outspoken support of democratic socialism.

Orwell wrote literary criticism, poetry, fiction, and polemical journalism. He is best known for the allegorical novella Animal Farm (1945) and the dystopian novel Nineteen Eighty-Four (1949). His non-fiction works, including The Road to Wigan Pier (1937), documenting his experience of working class life in the north of England, and Homage to Catalonia (1938), an account of his experiences in the Spanish Civil War, are widely acclaimed, as are his essays on politics, literature, language, and culture. In 2008, The Times ranked him second on a list of "The 50 greatest British writers since 1945".

Orwell's work continues to influence popular and political culture, and the term Orwellian – descriptive of totalitarian or authoritarian social practices – has entered the language together with many of his neologisms, including Big Brother, Thought Police, Room 101, memory hole, newspeak, doublethink, proles, unperson, and thoughtcrime.

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M Dream
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1 month ago

thank you

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Mark Twain

Mark Twain

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Scagsy
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1 month ago

He's wearing his eyebrows upside-down

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Charlie Chaplin Without His Trademark Moustache In His Later Years, Working On A Movie Set

Charlie Chaplin Without His Trademark Moustache In His Later Years, Working On A Movie Set

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MrTree1779
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1 month ago

Charles Chaplin. Founder of United Artists, Father of Geraldine Chaplin, creator of "The Little Tramp", and Rights Activist.

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Abraham Lincoln And George Mcclellan At Antietam, October 2nd/3rd, 1862

Abraham Lincoln And George Mcclellan At Antietam, October 2nd/3rd, 1862

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Kimberly Brown
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1 month ago

Ruth Bader Ginsburg took this photo

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James Dean, Actor And Rebel Without A Cause, December 29th, 1954

James Dean, Actor And Rebel Without A Cause, December 29th, 1954

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80 Van
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1 month ago

Are we sure that’s not just a photo of James Franco?

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Audrey Hepburn

Audrey Hepburn

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Bridgette Helms
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1 month ago

Her skin looks so good. And they didn't have photoshop?!

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A Boy Shows Off His Ray Gun, Around The 1950s

A Boy Shows Off His Ray Gun, Around The 1950s

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Data1001
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1 month ago

That's a beauty! Pew-pew!

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Neil Armstrong, The First Man To Walk On The Moon, Training For The Apollo Mission

Neil Armstrong, The First Man To Walk On The Moon, Training For The Apollo Mission

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Paul K. Johnson
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1 month ago

True story - he hit me directly on the ass with a golf ball during the Mad Anthony tournament (a celebrity tournament in Ft. Wayne, Indiana). I was a caddie at the club at that time and standing too close to a par 3 green. I also got his autograph which is long lost.

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Unidentified Soldier Of The First Australian Imperial Force

Unidentified Soldier Of The First Australian Imperial Force

About the first AIF: The First Australian Imperial Force (1st AIF) was the main expeditionary force of the Australian Army during World War I. It was formed on 15 August 1914, following Britain's declaration of war on Germany, initially with a strength of one infantry division and one light horse brigade. The infantry division subsequently fought at Gallipoli between April and December 1915, being reinforced by a second division which was later raised, as well as three light horse brigades. After being evacuated to Egypt the AIF was expanded to five infantry divisions, which were committed to the fighting in France and Belgium along the Western Front in March 1916. A sixth infantry division was partially raised in 1917 in the United Kingdom, but was broken up and used as reinforcements following heavy casualties on the Western Front. Meanwhile, two mounted divisions remained in the Middle East to fight against Turkish forces in the Sinai and Palestine. An all volunteer force, by the end of the war the AIF had gained a reputation as being a well-trained and highly effective military force, playing a significant role in the final Allied victory. However, this reputation came at a heavy cost with a casualty rate among the highest of any belligerent for the war. The AIF included the Australian Flying Corps (AFC), which consisted of four combat and four training squadrons that were deployed to the United Kingdom, the Western Front and the Middle East throughout the war. After the war, the AFC evolved into the Royal Australian Air Force; the remainder of the 1st AIF was disbanded between 1919 and 1921. After the war the achievements of the AIF and its soldiers, known colloquially as "Diggers", became central to the national mythology of the "Anzac legend". Gene

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1 month ago

Lest We Forget

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Frederick Charles Stacey Of The Royal Navy On Admission For Treatment For Wounds Sustained In Wwi, And Seen After The Successful Plastic Surgery.

Frederick Charles Stacey Of The Royal Navy On Admission For Treatment For Wounds Sustained In Wwi, And Seen After The Successful Plastic Surgery.

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Fabrice
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1 month ago

Amazing plastic Surgery for the time. There is a french movie about this subject "la chambre des officiers"

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Joseph Goebbels Scowling At Photographer Albert Eisenstaedt After Finding Out Eisenstaedt Was Jewish.

Joseph Goebbels Scowling At Photographer Albert Eisenstaedt After Finding Out Eisenstaedt Was Jewish.

Eisenstaedt himself is quoted as saying 'He stared at me with hate in his eyes', despite the events following up to this. Eisenstaedt had photographed Goebbels sitting on his own outside in the courtyard, had approached him and taken a photograph of him with a warm smile, and then moments later was confronted with this, when Goebbels had learned of Eisenstaedts 'true identity'. Sad.

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1 month ago

rest in piss nazi asshole

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Martin Luther King Meeting With President John F. Kennedy And Vice-President Lyndon B. Johnson During The Civil Rights Movement

Martin Luther King Meeting With President John F. Kennedy And Vice-President Lyndon B. Johnson During The Civil Rights Movement

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Doug Alexander
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1 month ago

John Lewis, in the center peering from behind the line.

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Father Christmas Wearing A Tin Helmet Walks Along Regent Street, London, With A Bag Full Of Presents - From Life Magazine, December 23, 1940

Father Christmas Wearing A Tin Helmet Walks Along Regent Street, London, With A Bag Full Of Presents - From Life Magazine, December 23, 1940

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Phoebe Bean
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1 month ago

Wartime Santa.

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#38

Audie Murphy, One Of The Most Decorated Combat Soldiers Of The Second World War

Audie Murphy, One Of The Most Decorated Combat Soldiers Of The Second World War

He received every military combat award for valor available from the Army, as well as Belgian and French awards for heroism. He also received the Medal of Honor at 19 for single-handedly holding off an entire company of German soldiers for an hour at the Colmar Pocket in January of '45, in France. A small side note is the bottom left crest, which is the insignia of the 159th French Alpine Infantry Regiment. He was awarded this device by the Mayor of Ramatuelle, France, on the 13th of July, 1948 - he was awarded this when he was in France to be decorated by Lattre de Tassigny with the French Legion of Honor (Chevalier), and the French Croix de Guerre with Palm, which took place on July 19th, 1948. Another note is the Texas National Guard's 36th Infantry Division patch he is wearing on his left arm.

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Sinkvenice
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He became a successful actor after the war and is in a film called To Hell and Back where he played himself!

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On The Left Is A Bavarian Grandfather, A Veteran Of The Franco-Prussian War Wearing The 1868 Bavaria Uniform, And On The Right Side Is The Grandson, A Prussian Officer Wearing A 1913 Prussia Uniform

On The Left Is A Bavarian Grandfather, A Veteran Of The Franco-Prussian War Wearing The 1868 Bavaria Uniform, And On The Right Side Is The Grandson, A Prussian Officer Wearing A 1913 Prussia Uniform

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Karin Gibson
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1 month ago

The grandfather looks far too young.

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Testing A Bulletproof Vest, Around 1920

Testing A Bulletproof Vest, Around 1920

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Vicky Zar
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I don't think they were that stupid back then, were they? Surely they testet it beforehand on a tree or something...

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