11. Colour plate of Endurance under sail in the Antarctic, 1915.
The ship was crushed by the ice and the crew marooned for months, all survived.
12. India’s first satellite being transported to the launch pad, July 16th, 1981.
13. US Marines use scaling ladders to storm ashore at Inchon, September 15th, 1950.
14. A French soldier in uniform with three medals stands next to a cannon in Paris in 1918.
His left leg has been replaced by an artificial limb.
15. A young prisoner being tortured in a forced labor camp in Georgia in 1932 by being tied to a pickaxe handle.
16. Nikola Tesla in his laboratory testing his “Magnifying Transmitter”, 1904.
17. Game warden Elliot Barker with a badly burned bear cub he discovered clinging to a tree after a New Mexico forest fire.
The cub would be named Smokey Bear & grow up to symbolize forest safety, 1950.
18. “Brighter than a thousand suns” Eyes that have seen a nuclear blast, Hiroshima Japan, August 8th, 1945.
19. A cured narcotic addict testifies at the Washington State crime investigation committee.
The witness was allowed to wear a hood to conceal his identity while testifying on the narcotic traffic in Washington, ca. April 30th, 1952.
@25. So what’s the larger ship named ?
That is the Arizona…
Pretty # 16 with Tesla is a composite photograph, not a real one.
The man in number 10. has a name, why didn’t you use it?
how deep is Carlsbad Caverns, New Mexico?