38 Incredibly Powerful Photos From The Past. The Last One Is A Must See.

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21. A sun tan machine (1949)

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22. Guy reading in a ruined book store in London after an air raid (1940)

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23. Walter Yeo, before and after one of the first skin transplants (1917)

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24. Beach patrols measuring women’s swimsuits. In the 1920s women could be fined if found wearing a bathing suit shorter than a certain size (1920)

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25. Martin Luther King Jr. and his son removing a burned cross from his front yard(1960)

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26. A lifeguard in the 1920s

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27. A circus hippo pulling a cart (1924)

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28. Mother and son look at the mushroom cloud after a nuclear test in Las Vegas (1953)

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29. This mother, who put her children for sale, shamefully hides her face (1948)

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30. Nazi officers and cadets’s Christmas dinner (1941)

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  1. I was terrified at #33, because the caption didn’t say it was a wax museum. After seeing the words “melted” and “museum” I kind of got that though. But it was incredibly creepy for those five seconds where I thought they were real people.

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