Nine Monarchs from across Europe pose for a photograph at Windsor Castle for King Edward VII’s funeral on the 20th of May 1910.
A person shooting another man that is wearing a bulletproof vest in order to show the protection the vest provides, 13 September 1923.
Abraham Lincoln delivering his second inaugural address following his 1864 election win. Taken outside the Capitol building on March 4th 1865.
The inauguration of the first (and only) President of the Confederate States, Jefferson Davis, outside the Alabama State Capitol, 1861.
A train crashes through the side of Montparnasse Station in Paris, France on the 22nd October 1895 and was photographed over the next 4 days.
Two brothers that survived the sinking of the Titanic were believed to have been orphaned after their father died in the disaster, April 1912.
The first time the Earth’s moon was photographed in detail. Taken by John Draper at the rooftop observatory of New York University in March 1840.
A photograph showing the explosion of the Challenger space shuttle that disintegrated 1 minute into its launch on the 28th January 1986.
One of the interesting tactics moonshiners used to evade the law during the Prohibition Era of the United States was to create cow shoes.
See and learn about one of the Great Depression’s most famous photographs, the Migrant Mother, which was taken by Dorothea Lange in 1936.
See a photograph and an interview from former slave, William Colbert. Learn the dark history of slavery in the United States through a first-hand account.
Two of the most historically important British Prime Ministers, Winston Churchill and David Lloyd George photographed together in 1934.
A colorization of Tsar Nicholas II of Russia, before he was Emperor of Russia, at the wedding of his cousin George V of the UK in July 1893.
John W. January, American Civil War veteran, sitting on a chair showing of his prosthetic legs and his amputated legs in c. 1890.
A photo of Charlie Chaplin in color without his film makeup when he was about 27 years old in Hollywood, 1916. This is a colorization.
Presidents John F. Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson, and Harry S. Truman and Dwight D. Eisenhower together at the funeral of Eleanor Roosevelt in 1962.
Suffragette leader Emmeline Pankhurst being arrested outside Buckingham Palace trying to present a petition to King George V, 21st May 1914.
Cousins that look identical to each other, Tsar Nicholas II and King George V photographed together wearing military uniform in Berlin, 1913
Two future Prime Ministers and Liberal Party members, David Lloyd George and Winston Churchill photographed walking together in 1907.
The final photograph taken of the first leader of the Soviet Union, Vladimir Lenin. This was taken in May 1923 around 1 year before he died.
Four Presidents (Reagan, Ford, Carter, Nixon) of the United States have drinks in the White House Blue Room in October 1981.
Martin Luther King and Malcolm X meeting each other for the only time during their life, waiting for a press conference in Washington D.C. in Marcg 1964.
See this interesting photograph of President Franklin D. Roosevelt meeting with future President Lyndon B. Johnson in 1937.
Photograph of Sergeant Stubby, a war dog that was promoted to the rank of Sergeant through combat in the First World War, 1920.
American civilians of Philadelphia looking at an updated map including the new nations that were formed as a result of the First World War.
Read about the origins of the famous photograph by Roger Fenton named “The Valley of the Shadow of Death” which was taken during the Crimean War in 1855.
Explore 50 interesting historical photographs from across the world. Each photograph is either rare or iconic showing a part of history.
See a photograph of every US President in color. A colorizer has expertly restored and colorized every President that lived before color photography.
This photograph of 26th President of the United States Theodore Roosevelt jumping over a broken-down fence in circa. 1902 while he was still President.