By: Alfred Eisenstaedt  "The Kiss" 1945  I just really like this picture becuase for one it's in the 40's and two it captures the excitement of all Americans when they found out that the U.S won World War II. It highlights the conection that individuals shared during this time period.   13 Photographs That Changed the World

es una famosa fotografía de Alfred Eisenstaedt que retrata a un marinero estadounidense besando a una joven mujer vestida de blanco durante las celebraciones del Día de la Victoria sobre Japón en Times Square el 14 de agosto de

Nat Fein "The Babe Bows Out" June 13, 1948. This image is powerful because it captures the essence that was the Babe. It focuses on his passion and not the deteriorating man he had become after years of great baseball.   The Babe Bows Out - Pulitzer Prize Winning Photograph

"Capture the Moment" es el título de una exhibición itinerante de fotos premiadas desde 1942 hasta la actualidad, en blanco y negro o colores, de gente común o de personajes históricos. Vea aquí algunas de estas fotos.

Jacob Riis  "Bandit's Roost" 1888  This image is important because it shows the struggles of immigrants new to America as they live in the slums in poverty. It is a testament of life in America in the late 19th century.   ‘Bandit’s Roost at 59½ Mulberry Street’, 1888. Jacob Riis

Estos días leyendo varios artículos que destacan como una parte sustancial de la ciudadanía se ha empobrecido de forma vertiginosa, me venía...

Lewis W. Hine "Children of the Loom" Jan 19, 1909.   This picture is powerful because it shows us how hard time were at one point in in history. Child Labor was used because it cost less which lead to children growing too soon at a young age.    Photography: Lewis W. Hine my favorite

Expansión económica y cambio social: La Revolución Industrial: su impacto en la producción, el comercio y las comunicaciones. Las clases trabajadoras y los primeros movimientos obreros. Contrastes entre el campo y las ciudades, y cambios demográficos.

U.S Navy Photographer "Caught Off-Guard" Dec 7, 1941.  This image is very important because it is the moment that the U.S entered World War II after the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor killing thousands of men.   Dec 7, 1941 The Bombing of Pearl Harbor

El 7 de diciembre de hace 70 años, la Aviación japonesa lanzó un ataque contra bases militares estadounidenses en Hawai, y que supuso la entrada de EE UU en la Segunda Guerra Mundial

Charles C. Ebbets "Lunchtime Atop a Skyscraper"  Sept 29,1932  This picture captures the dangerous jobs that were available to men in the 1930's during the Great Depression. It gives insight to an otherwise unknown aspect of jobs that if child labor were outlawed, children could've been there instead.

las fotos mas famosas de la historia.

Charles Ebbets es el autor de esta fotografía tomada en los años 30 durante las construcción del Rockefeller Center de Nueva York. Se puede observar cómo los obreos toman un descanso sentados en una viga de acero a una altura considerable. 1932

Photographer unknown "Jewish Boy Surrenders in Warsaw" 1943 This image is just heartbreakingly powerful and moving because fear is evident in the boys eyes yet he stops to surrender because he has no other choice.

A history of Europe in pictures

Y los judíos, ¿por qué están haciéndoles a otros lo que les hicieron a ellos? Respuestas para ésta y otras preguntas sobre el conflicto palestino-israelí - cuadernos doble raya

Will Counts "First Day of School in Little Rock" Sept 4, 1957 This picture is important because it shows a major milestone for the United States as it integrates schools for the first time in history.   Hazel Bryan and Elizabeth Eckford, Little Rock, Ark., September 1957 by Will Counts

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De los momentos más FANTÁSTICOS de la historia capturados en una imagen grupo de obreros suspendidos de los cables del Puente Brooklyn en Murp...

John T. Daniels  "First Flight of Wright Flyer 1" Dec 17, 1903.  This image is the start of a very important part of the world. Airplanes are in use everyday by millions of people around the world and this picture is the beginning of all that is today.   First Successful flight - Wright Brothers 1903 - John T Daniels

John T. Daniels "First Flight of Wright Flyer 1" Dec 17, 1903. This image is the start of a very important part of the world. Airplanes are in use everyday by millions of people around the world and this picture is the beginning of all that is today. First Successful flight - Wright Brothers 1903 - John T Daniels


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