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Rare Historical Photos

Rare Historical Photos

775 Confirmed Kills In One Picture

When I first looked at this old photo, I thought it was a group of teenage Girl Guides on a fun field trip, they look pretty happy with smiling faces.

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Photo by Omar Havana/Getty Images

Photo by Omar Havana/Getty Images

Emergency rescue workers carry a victim on a stretcher after Dharara tower collapsed in Kathmandu, Nepal on April 25, 2015.

Freelance photographer Omar Havana was at home in Kathmandu when an earthquake measuring 7.8 on the Richter scale hit central Nepal.

“Everything started moving and my wife and I could [barely] stand,” Havana tells TIME. “I live in a six-floor house, so we ran downstairs as the building started to crack. It was very scary—people were running, shouting and crying. It was awful.”

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Photo: John Key Facebook

Photo: John Key Facebook

The Loved Ones Left Behind

 Widows of fallen heroes make emotional trip to Anzac Cove to remember the men they lost.

 John Key and Tony Abbott met with Prince Charles and Prince Harry after the dawn service and spent time with Australian World War One widows who even had gifts for the Princes.

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Photo: Alexander Turnbull Library

Photo: Alexander Turnbull Library

Excerpts from Soldier’s Diaries, Letters and Memoirs

Their Thoughts on Various Topics Reveal Much About What The Anzacs Were Experiencing.

 New Zealand and Australian soldiers above Anzac Cove, 1915.

Albert Facey

“We were scared stiff, – I know I was – but keyed up and eager to be on our way. We thought we would tear right through the Turks and keep going to Constantinople. Troops were taken off both sides of the ship onto destroyers. My platoon and other D Company men were on the same destroyers. All went well until we were making the charge into rowing boats.

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Photo: Joey Morona, Northeast Ohio Media Group

Photo: Joey Morona, Northeast Ohio Media Group

Survival in Cleveland

Amanda Berry, left, and Gina DeJesus, during filming for a special edition of “20/20”.

After a decade of imprisonment, Amanda Berry suddenly realized there was the opportunity to escape from Ariel Castro’s Seymour Avenue home. She recalls that moment for ABC News anchor Robin Roberts.

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Joseph Stalin 1949

Joseph Stalin 1949

Stalin Liked To Deface Pictures

Of Nude Men

Josef Stalin defaced classical nude drawings with macabre messages ridiculing political opponents that he had executed.

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Photo: REUTERS

Photo: REUTERS

Auschwitz Bookkeeper Admits ‘Moral Guilt’ at Holocaust Trial

Auschwitz guard Oskar Groening.

A 93-year-old former bookkeeper at Auschwitz who is accused of being an accessory to mass murder told a German court that he felt morally guilty for his work at the Nazi death camp, describing in detail the grisly killings he had witnessed there.

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KARIM SAHIB / AFP-GETTY IMAGES (LEFT); COURTESY OF KAREN YAHIA

KARIM SAHIB / AFP-GETTY IMAGES (LEFT); COURTESY OF KAREN YAHIA

Uday Hussein’s Body Double

Left: Uday Hussein.; Right: Latif Yahia.

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Carl Mydans—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images

Carl Mydans—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images

The Mysterious Disappearance of JFK’s Brain

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A Hitler

Fuhrer My Eyes Only!

Adolf Hitler despised this ‘undignified’ picture of him in short trousers.

In Lederhosen (The Tracht Lederhose is the fashion item for every gent. The short Lederhosen made of buckskin or suede is the main component of the Bavarian Tracht) and knee-high socks, Adolf Hitler lounges against a tree in a pose more twit than tyrant.

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