Here are this week’s interesting historical photos. For part 116, click here.
1. The Imprint of a Mitsubishi kamikaze Zero along the side of H.M.S Sussex, 1945.
2. A Beggar catches up with the carriage of King George the V, London, 1920.
3. Futuristic WWII German Ho-229 Jet Fighter Prototype, 1940s.
4. Old house located where JFK International Airport currently lies today, on 150th street and 147th Avenue in 1922’s Jamaica, Queens.
5. Private John Drugan and Pal in Okinawa, 1945.
Pal saved a platoon from ambush when he located a well-hidden enemy machine gun nest.
6. Members of German resistance movement “White Rose” in 1942.
7. A motorman operates a trolley car near the Williamsburg Bridge in NYC, September 25, 1924.
8. Nightclub owner Jack L. Hickman marching around Times Square.
Nightclub owner Jack L. Hickman marching around Times Square with a sign reading “The only good communist is a dead communist”. NYC, United States, April 26, 1965.