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Pagan Rituals Still Practiced Today

106-year-old Armenian Woman guards home, 1990

Creativ e Couple Pulls Baby Out Of A
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Testing of new bulletproof vests, 1923

Charlie Chaplin at age 27, 1916

Hindenburg Disaster, May 6, 1937
Circus hippo pulling a cart, 1924

Annette Kellerman promotes women’s right to wear
a fitted one-piece bathing suit, 1907....
Annie Edison Taylor, the first person to survive going
over Niagara Falls in a barrel, 1901

Unpacking the head of the Sta...
The original Ronald McDonald, 1963

Disneyland Employee Cafeteria in 1961

Advertisement for Atabrine, anti-malaria drug, ...
Soldier shares a banana with a goat during the battle
of Saipan, ca. 1944

Little girl with her doll sitting in the ruins ...
Construction of the Berlin wall, 1961

Unknown soldier in Vietnam, 1965

Bookstore in London ruined by an air raid, 1940
Walter Yeo, one of the first to undergo an advanced
plastic surgery and a skin transplant, 1917

Suntan vending machine, 1...
Measuring bathing suits – if they were too short,
women would be fined, 1920′s

Martin Luther King with his son removing a...
Lifeguard on the coast, 1920′s
Artificial legs, UK, ca. 1890

Mom and son watching the mushroom cloud after an
atomic test, Las Vegas, 1953

Mother hides...
children up for sale, Chicago, 1948

Austrian boy receives new shoes during WWII

Hitler’s officers and cadets celebrating...
Christmas dinner during Great Depression: turnips
and cabbage

The real Winnie the Pooh and Christopher Robin, ca.
1927
Last prisoners of Alcatraz leaving, 1963

Melted and damaged mannequins after a fire at
Madam Tussaud’s Wax Museum in Lond...
Illegal alcohol being poured out during Prohibition,
Detroit, 1929

Princeton students after a freshman vs. sophomores
sno...
A beautiful suicide – 23 year-old Evelyn McHale
jumped from the 83rd floor of the Empire State
Building and landed on a Un...
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  1. 1. Demilked is a design milking magazine. We milk the world's most creative minds and make you tasty inspiration cocktails by mixing industrial design, technology, concepts, advertising and a little bit of web design. Don't be afraid to take a sip the drinks are on us! SEA RCH CONT A CT US A BOUT DISCLA IMER A RT GRA PHIC DESIGN INDUSTRIA L DESIGN A DV ERTISEMENT PHOTOGRA PHY 40 Must-See Historical Photos by o n Oct 10, 2013 • 1:25 pm A RCHITECTURE INTERIOR WEB DESIGN FRIENDS & SUBSCRIBERS 139 Comments 26432 Tw eet 431 Like 19k 88K Email En ter y ou r Em a i l A ddress While some photographs capture our attention because of how the artist behind the picture has decided to compose the shot, others are fascinating simply because of the subjects that they depict. Below are some captivating photographs that tell stories about our past, depicting the people, places and events that have shaped the course of history. Some of these pictures tell us about history in a way that books and documents will never be able to. Subscribe Source: boredpanda Woman With A Gas-Resistant Pram, England, 1938 LIKE US ON FACEBOOK DeMilked Like 29,203 people like DeMilked. Facebook social plugin Elvis in the Army, 1958 POPULAR POST S 4 0 Must-See Historical Photos The Daily Life of a Grandm a and Her Odd-Ey ed Cat 3 1 Mapping Stereoty pes From Around The World Incredible Self Portraits by 1 4 -YearOld Photographer 2 5 Dipty chs of Hot Guy s and Cats Striking Sim ilar Poses Artist Creates Stunning Landscapes Entirely Out of Food 1 9 Wild Costum es From European Pagan Rituals Still Practiced Today
  2. 2. Pagan Rituals Still Practiced Today 106-year-old Armenian Woman guards home, 1990 Creativ e Couple Pulls Baby Out Of A Magic Hat SUPPORT ED BY : LINKS Bored Panda Free Vector Archiv e Baby cages used to ensure that children get enough sunlight and fresh air when living in an apartment building, ca. 1937 Animals being used as part of medical therapy, 1956
  3. 3. Testing of new bulletproof vests, 1923 Charlie Chaplin at age 27, 1916 Hindenburg Disaster, May 6, 1937
  4. 4. Circus hippo pulling a cart, 1924 Annette Kellerman promotes women’s right to wear a fitted one-piece bathing suit, 1907. She was arrested for indecency
  5. 5. Annie Edison Taylor, the first person to survive going over Niagara Falls in a barrel, 1901 Unpacking the head of the Statue of Liberty, 1885
  6. 6. The original Ronald McDonald, 1963 Disneyland Employee Cafeteria in 1961 Advertisement for Atabrine, anti-malaria drug, in Papua, New Guinea during WWII
  7. 7. Soldier shares a banana with a goat during the battle of Saipan, ca. 1944 Little girl with her doll sitting in the ruins of her bombed home, London, 1940
  8. 8. Construction of the Berlin wall, 1961 Unknown soldier in Vietnam, 1965 Bookstore in London ruined by an air raid, 1940
  9. 9. Walter Yeo, one of the first to undergo an advanced plastic surgery and a skin transplant, 1917 Suntan vending machine, 1949
  10. 10. Measuring bathing suits – if they were too short, women would be fined, 1920′s Martin Luther King with his son removing a burnt cross from their front yard, 1960 Hotel owner pouring acid in the pool while black people swim in it, ca. 1964
  11. 11. Lifeguard on the coast, 1920′s
  12. 12. Artificial legs, UK, ca. 1890 Mom and son watching the mushroom cloud after an atomic test, Las Vegas, 1953 Mother hides her face in shame after putting her
  13. 13. children up for sale, Chicago, 1948 Austrian boy receives new shoes during WWII Hitler’s officers and cadets celebrating Christmas, 1941
  14. 14. Christmas dinner during Great Depression: turnips and cabbage The real Winnie the Pooh and Christopher Robin, ca. 1927
  15. 15. Last prisoners of Alcatraz leaving, 1963 Melted and damaged mannequins after a fire at Madam Tussaud’s Wax Museum in London, 1930 A space chimp posing to camera after a successful mission to space, 1961
  16. 16. Illegal alcohol being poured out during Prohibition, Detroit, 1929 Princeton students after a freshman vs. sophomores snowball fight, 1893
  17. 17. A beautiful suicide – 23 year-old Evelyn McHale jumped from the 83rd floor of the Empire State Building and landed on a United Nations limousine, 1947 First morning after Sweden changed from driving on the left side to driving on the right, 1967
  18. 18. Tags: historic ev ents, historic m om ents, historic photography , historic pictures, historical photography , historical photos, historical pictures, history , looking into the past, m ust-see, m ust-see historic m om ents, m ust-see historic pictures, m ust-see historical m om ents, m ust-see historical pictures, WW1 , WW2 , WWI, WWII Like Send 19,353 people like this. Sign Up to see w hat your friends like. Subscribe: Like 29k possibly related articles: 2 0 H ist or ic Bla ck & W h it e Ph ot os Color ized Lon don In Pu ddles by Ga v in H a m m on d Ph ot os of Flow er s Bein g Sh ock ed W it h 8 0 ,0 0 0 V olt s H ow Som e La n dsca pe Ph ot os A r e A ct u a lly Ma de Ma n T a k es Br ea t h t a k in g H D Ph ot os of Su n In H is Ba ck y a r d What do you think? 139 comments Leave a message... Best Avatar Community Kayla Ann Stockman 8 days ago • That one with the hotel owner pouring acid in the pool made me feel physically ill. 50 Reply Share › Kim Hernandez Kayla Ann Stockman • 8 days ago How do we know it's acid? Because it is written? I looked at the picture and found nothing to prove it. able to use the pool then......right? 13 5 Reply Share › Brian Schwanke Kim Hernandez • 7 days ago It was a documented case, it happened quite often. They would put enough in to irritate the skin and drive the blacks out of the hotel, then close the pool for a day while they added enough fresh water to dilute the acid to a point of cleaning the pool without harming people. 24 Reply Share › Kim Hernandez Brian Schwanke • 7 days ago Brian...don't know you from Adam but I'd like to thank you for taking time to respond like an adult...when someone talks like that people may be more willing to listen. What you just did was make sense! enough...right? Others think calling people trolls makes sense...anyway....thanks for taking your time! 24 2 Reply Brian Schwanke Share › Kim Hernandez • 7 days ago Y our welcome, I have a treasure trove of such useless information. 8 Reply Kim Hernandez Share › Brian Schwanke • 7 days ago LOL Reply Tiberius Share › Kim Hernandez • 7 days ago The picture isn't all bad. There is a white guy swimming in the pool with everyone else. comforting the black ladies who are in distress. I do not know enough of the alleged practice of putting acid
  19. 19. into pools in which black people are swimming, but I can clearly see from the picture that at least one man has the brains and intelligence to see that skin colour is nothing and irrelevant. the bad...even though there is a lot of it. 11 1 glorybe2 Reply Share › Tiberius • 7 days ago The blind hatred in racists tends to make them think they are doing the right thing when they are hurting the race they dislike. Racism is a strange disease and it really is a disease. For example a white racist might offend a black man and get a punch in the shout. To the racist that punch is proof that he was right to drive the black man into a rage. Even after the horrors during WWII were well exposed to the European population there were still quite a few that felt not enough Jews had been slaughtered. It is s strange problem that resists solutions. 5 Reply Barbara Share › Tiberius • 3 days ago Well said! I agree with you. But the treatment of black people was still despicable. Reply Ginnie Share › Kim Hernandez • 4 days ago I agree with you Kim! Reply kim hernandez Share › Ginnie • 4 days ago Arm yourself Ginnie.,..they're not going to like you! lol They get so upset and I haven't said ONE discriminatory thing....talk about up tight...right? Reply Ginnie Share › kim hernandez • 4 days ago Oh well......I'm tough enough to take it and still smile. ~: ) Reply Ginnie Share › Brian Schwanke • 4 days ago Kudos, Brian! Right on! Reply Jennifer Share › Kim Hernandez • 8 days ago Sometimes when hatred is that strong good judgement is pushed to the side. Truly blinded by hatred. It's not that difficult to believe, sadly. Worse crimes have committed, insensible ones, too. 8 Jean Reply Share › Kim Hernandez • 6 days ago Uh, the photo was snapped by a photog who worked for either Assoc. Press or UPI. The reporter on the scene got the details (name of man with jug, why he was pouring it into the pool, etc. News editors back in the day took a very dim view of reporters and photographers "creating" their own news items. The penalty for doing so was that you were fired and never got to work for another news outlet. (Today, they could work for several news and internet outlets, but we won't go there today...) 6 ash Reply Share › Kim Hernandez • 2 days ago there are names for people like you... white supremacist! There are documented cases of this happening at various establishments, are you naive or just uneducated? Reply Share › kim hernandez ash • 16 hours ago ash....you bore me....LOL Reply Angela Scalf Share › Kim Hernandez • 3 days ago They didn't care if they could use the pool again...all they cared is that the black people in the pool suffered...How easily we forget the atrocities of our past. Open a book and read about the past....it will help prevent us from reliving it! Reply Irene Share › Kayla Ann Stockman • 8 days ago It is horrible, but from the little I know, wouldn't the acid just be diluted? If it was really strong, it might irritate their skin after it's been diluted, but is it that easy to get strong acids? I'm more worried about it splashing onto their skin - they look really close to it. 1 1 KR Reply Share › Irene • 7 days ago Y ou use muriatic acid in a pool. It's the same stuff that drain cleaner is made of. and is extremely dangerous (and easy to obtain). Y ou don't swim in a pool at the same time acid is being poured into it. It has to circulate to be safe. 4 Reply Share › glorybe2 Irene • 7 days ago It doesn't dilute fast enough and is dangerous. Municipal pools sometimes stock powerful eye drops as swimmers sometimes hit pockets of chlorine or acid that have failed to mix with the water in a calm pool. 3 Reply Share ›
  20. 20. glorybe2 Irene • 3 days ago Walk into any pool supply store and you can but muriatic acid easily without an ID. It is not the strongest acid in the world. It is wonderful for removing sprinkler. rust stains from the sides of painted, concrete homes and fences. If it got on my skin I simply washed it off with the hose a bit. I used to apply it to concrete with a paint brush and hose it off almost instantly and all the rust was gone. Reply Michael Anderson Share › Kayla Ann Stockman • 6 days ago I bet the tragic photo of the melted mannequins didn't bother you one bit. Racist! 1 2 Reply mr_kev Share › Kayla Ann Stockman • 6 days ago Bet it was chlorine. 1 4 nope Reply Share › Kayla Ann Stockman • 4 days ago Oh, you're such an activist, go you Reply Share › Kayla Ann Stockman nope • 4 days ago Excuse me? Reply Avatar Jordan Bartholme Share › 11 days ago • That was one hell of a snowball fight. 19 Reply Share › socialdiscard Jordan Bartholme • 10 days ago No kidding, when I was young some people would put rocks in the snowballs, and/or make them hard packed ice balls. Both would do that kind that damage. 2 Reply chexay Share › Jordan Bartholme • 5 days ago I've seen that same photo used elsewhere captioned as bare knuckle boxers. Who to believe? 1 Avatar Olivia Reply Share › 13 days ago • This is amazing! So many different emotions depicted throughout the list! Where and how did you get these? 10 Avatar Reply Randy Share › 8 days ago • Is that Willard Scott as the first Ronald McDonald? Sure looks like him. 9 Reply Share › Ranhimgu Randy • 7 days ago Y es it is. That was his first gig. 1 Avatar David Reply Share › 7 days ago • The picture from Sweden is actually just before we switched to right hand traffic. At 0450 all traffic stopped and everyone parked to the left. over the next ten minutes everyone (directed by police) carefully move to the opposite side of the road, and at 0500 on all radiostations the new law was proclaimed. It was actually a lot of preparations since car headlights are offset to the side, so all cars had had to have their headlights reset, and partially covered with stickers that were removed after the change. And all traffic signs had to be moved, and so forth. 6 Avatar Reply Yelena Share › 8 days ago • People, don't feed the troll...it wants "proof" from an incident that occurred over nearly 50 years ago, clearly the terror in the children's eyes is not enough. It could have been acid, could have been water, who knows, but the point was to terrorize and frighten them and thats why its such a powerful photo. 9 Avatar 1 Michael Reply • Share › 13 days ago Great stuff, thanks! 5 Avatar Reply Share › Nadine Lumley Real • 7 days ago I think the one of the mom supposedly with sign for sale of kids is a fraud. Do you really think that mom had the means to get a sign, paint it, and plant it, let alone she could read and write? 3 Reply Shannon Share › Nadine Lumley Real • 3 days ago It's a real photo. There was recently an article following up on it. The kids were adopted out, then she had more children (she was pregnant at the time the photo was taken). :( I'm afraid I don't have a link to the recent article, though. 1 Avatar Frank • Reply Share › 7 days ago Kim Hernandez, you're an irritant, a pebble in the shoe, a mosquito, a gnat, congratulations. Y ou spent your time being stupid, on
  21. 21. purpose. Hilarious. Y ou did indeed show that when people are irritated they get angry. I'm not laughing because it makes me sad that someone like you exists. 5 1 Reply Me10 Share › Frank • 5 days ago So because Kim says things that Frank thinks are not nice, Frank feels at ease saying things that aren't nice. A strange lesson. 3 Reply Natty Dreads Share › Frank • 6 days ago Sir, where do you live? Is it acceptable to speak to people in this way where you come from? 2 Reply Kim Hernandez Share › Frank • 7 days ago LOL! 1 Reply yarnm57 Share › Kim Hernandez • 4 days ago I continually see the worst hatred in reader comments whenever the subject of race comes up. I don't understand the need to belittle people of other races or to make excuses for racism amongst one's own people. Grow up and get along! 1 1 Reply glorybe2 Share › yarnm57 • 3 days ago In times past people usually attacked people of their own race. For example American Indians only had other Indian tribes to raid, pillage and rape. In early Africa black folks only had other black folks to attack. In England the attack might be against the Irish, the Scotch, the French or the Germans or even the Welsh but those folks are all of the same race. When societies became more racially mixed the attacks often focused on attacking a different race. In India it was usually attacking people of the other religion. In China it was a conflict between the snow white Chinese of Manchuria and the slightly more tanned Chinese of the southern parts of China and every now and then a battle with the Japanese. To us in the west those folks seem to be of the same race but not to them at all. Reply Avatar Kim Hernandez • Share › 8 days ago Why do people ALWAY S jump on the race card band wagon? The acid in the pool pic got more comments than the others....why didn't anyone say anyrhing bout putting that baby out the window?? LOL I'm sorry, but without proof....I can't say it is acid he is pouring in the pool but people WANT to believe that is what it is. Sad. 4 1 BA Reply Share › Kim Hernandez • 8 days ago The hotelier's name was James Brock. The photo was taken in St. Augustine, FL during a protest organized by Dr. King. Brock himself is the one who said he was pouring acid into the pool to get the protesters out. All easily verifiable information. 11 Reply daized79 Share › BA • 3 days ago Thanks! I was wondering why he let them in the pool in the first place. color. but that they were illegally trespassing his pool reserved for paying customers. couldn't actually be paying customer. Still there were better forms of protest and your explanan makes him slightly less criminal. 2 Reply Share › glorybe2 BA • 7 days ago In the 1950s there were barber shops in Ft. Lauderdale that had signs saying no niggers or Indians allowed. And Ft. Lauderdale was probably less racist than most other towns in the US. Meanwhile the top hotels on Miami beach would not rent a room to a Jew nor a Cuban. Things were so screwed up that it was hard to even know who you were supposed to hate. 1 Reply carlaeh Share › glorybe2 • 5 days ago My husband was in the Navy in the late 60s. He said some of the hotels in Jacksonville, Florida posted signs which stated "No dogs or sailors." Reply kim Share › carlaeh • 3 days ago WHAT??? No support for the dogs or sailors?? Because people think they have to say nice things and in support of black people all the time or else there is something wrong with them and I'm not in agreement....doesn't make me racist...just don't like that I'm supposed to feel and think like others? but I'll think for myself...I don't need help! Reply glorybe2 Share › carlaeh • 4 days ago I think you got a hold of some older information. During WWII there were huge numbers of sailors in Newport News, Va.. Some locals got frustrated at sailors on their lawns and posted signs saying no dogs or sailors allowed on lawn. It is quite odd that despite the patriotism of the hour that there were times when the public turned against the war effort even while our soldiers were dieing in large numbers. Reply Share › Load more comments
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