20 rare old photos: The power of history

the U.S. water-skiing elephants
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Welcome to the old photo section where you can catch a glimpse of history:

In 1953, training was taking place in driving schools in the United States.

In Shanghai, China, 1885, several women were punished for crimes

In North Korea in 1910, a man was pulled out by his servant.

Tourists in front of the Parthenon in Athens, Greece, 1905

In 1931 in New York, two men were testing bulletproof glass

In 1907, the French Dance Company

In 1930 in India, a Santa passed by a camel warrior

In 1900, a woman from Central Russia

In 1868, an Indian looked at the transcontinental railway in Nevada, USA

In 1954 people transported things on the beaches of Portugal. Notice that the woman on the right side did not even hold the bamboo basket on the head

Vatican City, Pope Pius XII is attending the ceremony in 1950

In 1950, the children of a group of migrant workers in Australia were resting

In 1959, the U.S. water-skiing elephants participated in television programs

In 1945, the British burned the last building in the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in Germany

A leg game held in England in 1936

In 1960 in Spain, a group of people involved in Christmas activities

In 1968, a suspected Vietnamese woman was inspected by South Vietnamese soldiers.

In Poland in 1946, some female guards at the Stutthof concentration camp were hanged (a conservative estimate of 85,000 people were killed in the concentration camp).

In 1930, a model tested some kind of device on the head and was said to help correct makeup

The bulletproof vests, helmets and goggles produced in France in 1930 differed greatly from modern products.

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