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The Circus, 1870-1950 by TASCHEN by kReEsTaL, via Flickr

The Circus, 1870-1950 by TASCHEN by kReEsTaL, via Flickr

Robert Doisneau - Portrait du fils de Pierre Derlon pour le livre “L’Enfant et La Colombe” co-écrit avec James Sage, circa 1970

Robert Doisneau - Portrait du fils de Pierre Derlon pour le livre “L’Enfant et La Colombe” co-écrit avec James Sage, circa 1970

Discover the most interesting moments of world history in just few pictures.

Discover the most interesting moments of world history in just few pictures.

My favorite Kiss. Classic moment and time in History. The best part is that the sailor didn't know the woman he is kissing in this picture. Watched a Informational show where they found the man and woman that had kisses. The mans future wife is in the background. It was their first date. Pretty cool story!

My favorite Kiss. Classic moment and time in History. The best part is that the sailor didn't know the woman he is kissing in this picture. Watched a Informational show where they found the man and woman that had kisses. The mans future wife is in the background. It was their first date. Pretty cool story!

Pit ponies of the coal mines are easily the most controversial working horses in history.  Here a mining horse poses with his coworkers.  In the 1960s, mechanization eliminated pit ponies altogether.

Pit ponies of the coal mines are easily the most controversial working horses in history. Here a mining horse poses with his coworkers. In the 1960s, mechanization eliminated pit ponies altogether.

Female snipers of the Soviet 3rd Shock Army. [May 4, 1945]

Female snipers of the Soviet 3rd Shock Army. [May 4, 1945]

Edward S. Curtis Geronimo Apache This Day in History: Sep 4, 1886: Geronimo surrenders

Edward S. Curtis Geronimo Apache This Day in History: Sep 4, 1886: Geronimo surrenders

Buffalo kill in America. 1800s. military commanders were ordering their troops to kill buffalo — not for food, but to deny native Americans their own source of food and push them into reservation life. Where millions of buffalo once roamed, only a few thousand animals remained.

Buffalo kill in America. 1800s. military commanders were ordering their troops to kill buffalo — not for food, but to deny native Americans their own source of food and push them into reservation life. Where millions of buffalo once roamed, only a few thousand animals remained.

One of my faves! -FAKIR MUSAFAR is known worldwide for his fifty years of research and personal exploration of primitive body decoration and rituals.

One of my faves! -FAKIR MUSAFAR is known worldwide for his fifty years of research and personal exploration of primitive body decoration and rituals.

Soldiers of 16th Armor, United States 173 Airborne Soldiers of 16th Armor, United States 173 Airborne Brigade (Seperate) move through dense jungle in a previously unexplored area under Viet Cong control near Ben Cat, north of Saigon, 28 September 1965. The unit was participating in a joint sweep operation in the Binh Duong province of South Vietnam.

Soldiers of 16th Armor, United States 173 Airborne Soldiers of 16th Armor, United States 173 Airborne Brigade (Seperate) move through dense jungle in a previously unexplored area under Viet Cong control near Ben Cat, north of Saigon, 28 September 1965. The unit was participating in a joint sweep operation in the Binh Duong province of South Vietnam.