26 Incredible Photos From The Past Most People Have Never Seen Before
By | October 19, 2015
Here's another collection of photos from history you probably haven't seen before. Enjoy!
“This CD-ROM can hold more information than all the paper that’s here below me” – Bill Gates, 1994
An F-1 pilot ejects at an extremely low altitude. He survived with minor injuries, 1962
Wormwood Street in London after the IRA detonated a truck bomb, April 24,1993
President Clinton poses with Monica Lewinsky, the White House intern with whom then US President Clinton admitted to having had an "inappropriate relationship" with while she worked at the White House in 1995 and 1996.
It took photographer Daniel Sorine 30 years to realize that the random photos of mimes he took at Central Park in 1974 features the young, undiscovered Robin Williams.
Colonel Anthony Biddle was known for ordering his trainees to try to kill him using bayonets. He was able to disarm them all.
Nineteen-year-old Robert Wadlow (height, 8 ft 7 in) the tallest person in recorded history, dwarfing a friend in Omaha, Nebraska, April 1, 1937. He grew another 4 inches before his death in 1940.
A pickup truck flees from the pyroclastic spews of Mt. Pinatubo volcano in the Philippines, June 17, 1991. This was the second largest volcanic eruption of the 20th century.
A British foot guard passes out during the colour parade as Queen Elizabeth II rides past, June, 1970.
During AIDS epidemic in the early 1990s, this father comforts his dying son. Widely considered the image that changed the face of AIDS, the photograph was published in LIFE magazine’s November 1990 edition.
Charles Ebbets, perched on the 69th floor of the GE building, prepares for his “Lunch atop a Skyscraper” photograph in 1932.
This is the actual photograph he took.
Ann Hodges, was the only person ever struck by a meteor. She survived and was left with this massive bruise being showed off by Dr. Moody Jacobs, 1954
A Soviet soldier carrying Hitler’s head, after the fall of Berlin in 1945.
British photographer captured this photo of mortar rounds being fired back and forth during World War I, ca. 1917
When Ringo Starr had tonsillitis in 1964, Jimmie Nicol filled in for him for 10 days for The Beatles Australian tour. Here, Nicol is photographed after the tour, on his return back to his normal life.
Sean Connery on the set of Dr. No signing a coconut for a Jamaican girl, 1962.
Veterans of the Union and Confederacy reunite civilly, and shake hands during the 50th anniversary of the battle of Gettysburg, 1913
Gay men smash windows at the San Francisco City Hall as a protest to the involuntary manslaughter verdict handed down to Dan White, the man who killed Harvey Milk, 1979.
President George H.W. Bush throws out the first pitch at a 1991 Texas Rangers’ opening night game in Arlington, Texas.
A B-17 Bombardier heading toward Germany during WWII. This is one of the few color images taken from that era, c. 1940’s
These young men were enjoying their brand new vehicle, Ohio, 1924. The vehicle traveled a mind-blowing 25 miles per hour.
Hitler comforts a frostbitten German soldier trying to salute him while in bed, 1940s
Marilyn Monroe shakes hands with Queen Elizabeth at a film premiere in London, October 1956. Both women were 30 years old at the time.
Arnold Schwarzenegger’s first ever bodybuilding competition, 1963. He was 16 at the time.
Dick Winters and the Easy Company (Band of Brothers) photographed at Hitler’s residence, the Eagle’s Nest.
The National Space Invaders Championship sponsored by Atari in 1980.