Before the invention of the polio vaccine in 1937, some sick children could only be treated in this way
Looks like a horror film, but this is the 19th century German approach to treating mental illness
In 1980, Chinese youth began to try western fashion
The chicken named “Mike” survived after being decapitated in 1945 for 18 months. The owner fed the syringe by placing it in the throat.
In 1934, the Italian Fascist party headquarters
In 1989, after the fall of the Berlin Wall, East Germans collectively entered West Berlin. Traffic near the Brandenburg Gate was seriously blocked.
1940 London Windmill Theatre Dancer
Local steel worker building a World Trade Center in New York in 1979
In 1955, many German boys gathered before the chewing gum machine
Children and their Halloween costumes, time is about 1900
In 1973, Motorola executives show off his mobile phone in New York
London, 1938, a boy wearing a Hitler mask
Picasso dressed as a Popeye in 1957
In 1930, Madame Tussaud’s wax museum was a bit of a horror
In 1932, a seemingly sci-fi wheelbarrow
In 1986, a scientist explores the radioactive ruins of Chernobyl
In 1956 in Alabama, USA, black children watch outside a white-owned playground
Lost a Winged B-17 Bomber in French Battle in 1944
In 1963, a transvestite covered fake breasts on the eyes
In 1977 in the United States, a flexible old lady
In Calcutta, India, in 1923, only women in Europe could enter the rest
In a drama in Moscow in 1909, the girl kissed a huge animal character
In 1938, this Japanese dancer is performing
Portrait of a British girl in 1892, when some people would take portraits of dead family members.