Rare Photos That Captured Incredible Moments from History

Historic photos are a form of art, to me…they capture amazing events from the past, and bring them to life in the present.
The comparisons between then and now are striking.


6Dorothy Counts – the first Black girl to attend an all White school in the United States – being teased and taunted by her White male peers at Charlotte’s Harry Harding High School, 1957.

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  1. paulabroome427
    Aug 10, 2016 @ 11:48:08

    I think I could look at the picture of Miss Counts and feel not so bad IF I could look at the current world picture and see obvious improvement.

    Unfortunately with Trumpsteria with its racial slurs, hate-mongering, and violence, I find it extremely difficult to look at the Miss Counts picture, the Auschwitz picture, and others, realizing that the hatred is still in place, still strong.

    • sepultura13
      Aug 10, 2016 @ 11:53:45

      Understandable…and that’s the sad thing, isn’t it? People don’t want to see that they’re just repeating history with their blind support of, as Trevor Noah on the Daily Show calls him, “Cinnamon Hitler.”

      The pictures need to be seen so that people who lived through this before remember the horrors – and make sure that history doesn’t repeat itself. Sadly, it seems that the more things change, the more they stay the same. Complacency and apathy won out, somewhere, it seems…I hope that I’m wrong in that estimation.

  2. Brian Lageose
    Aug 10, 2016 @ 20:28:16

    Great collection of photos, running a gamut of emotions…

    • sepultura13
      Aug 10, 2016 @ 22:15:26

      They are powerful in what they capture, for sure…I plan on showing the page to my mom and dad when I visit them next month, just to see what memories are evoked for them.

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