A dog being posed by a German soldier, 1940.

See, you are oversimplifying things here. My grandfather was a german soldier during World War 2, he fought in france, he fought in russia, was flown out of stalingrad weeks before they got surrounded, (because one of the other soldiers in his squad stepped

14 year old Winston Churchill as a Harrow schoolboy, 1889 –

He really wasn’t at all. Into his 20s he was considered to be an indolent embarrassment who would never amount to anything. His first real success in life was writing [*The Malakand Field Force*](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Story_of_the_Malakand_Field_Force) at 24, which was widely appreciated and got him noticed

Loading 5MB of Memory into a Pan am Jet, 1956

The quality difference between a film print and a digital print at those quality levels was pretty obvious even back then, especially if you compared the pictures that the digital camera produced when compared to the results from the high-resolution slide scanner that my

Baseball team of young Indiana glass workers. 1908.

> Symmetric information is not a necessary condition for competition to work. Symmetric information can apply to competitors, as well as to buyers and sellers. But in the case of buyers and sellers, asymmetric information can retard self-regulation because buyers can’t make informed decisions

Mahatma Gandhi’s worldly possessions. ca 1948

His wife was 75 when she had two heart attacks, bronchitis, pneumonia and was confined to bed. Letting someone die peacefully in such a situation doesn’t make them a bad person http://www.rarenewspapers.com/view/580498[1] that’s an article from 1944 Katsurba Gandhi suffered from chronic bronchitis since

Testing football helmets in 1912

I don’t think so. They are fairly close to the foreground subject, and the fence in the background obviously is out of focus. Also, in 1912 [there were a myriad of cameras, accessories, films and such](https://www.google.com/search?q=1912+cameras&safe=off&client=firefox-a&hs=8KH&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ei=4z3LUa_jMYfa0QGilIH4Bg&ved=0CDUQsAQ&biw=1161&bih=770). So I think almost anything could be possible,

Lyndon B. Johnson yelling at the pilots of a nearby plane to cut their engines so that John F. Kennedy could speak as Kennedy is seen trying to calm him down. Taken during the 1960 presidential campaign in Amarillo, Texas.

>In the fall, Johnson campaigned intensely, conducting a memorable train ride through the South. He also pressed for a joint appearance of the Democratic candidates somewhere in Texas. They arranged the meeting at the airport in Amarillo, where campaign advance men stopped all air