67 Colorized Photos Captured Way More Than Expected 

By | November 23, 2022

Rare photos from history only tell a part of the story when they're in black and white. Seeing them in color gives you a look into the past in a way that you won't see in history books. Thanks to the beautiful colorization that each photo has undergone, each of these photos is like a window into the past... a window that shows just how little has changed.

These photos won't just tell you about history... they'll help you live it.

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Each of these amazing colorized photos tells a story about where we've been and where we're going.But a word of warning... some of these colorized photos may be too much for some to handle.

Proceed with caution... these rare colorized photos from history are not suitable for all ages.

The name Mata Hari dredges up any number of reactions: spy, dancer, traitor. They all hold some degree of truth, but she's not an easy person to get to the bottom of. She began her crash course as a dancer in Paris in 1905, but by the early days of World War I she was already under suspicion of espionage.

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source: klimbim

Mata Hari was arrested in 1917 by the French authorities after they believed that they found her to be guilty of giving away information about the Allied forces. To this day no one knows if that's how it really went down, but she was sentenced to the firing squad on October 15, 1917. She refused to wear a blindfold during the proceedings.