11. Tsar Nicholas II giving Princess Anastasia a puff on his cigarette, 1916.
12. Nieves Fernandez, the only known Filipino female guerilla leader.
Nieves Fernandez shows the U.S. Army Pvt. Andrew Lupiba how she used her long knife to silently kill Japanese soldiers, 1944.
13. Christmas packages destined for soldiers who have been killed or are missing in action await return to sender stamps in NY, 1944.
14. First snowflake photographer, Wilson Bentley, photographing snow crystals, 1925.
He developed the equipment and techniques to take photographs of individual snowflakes. Five hundred of his snowflake photos now reside in the Smithsonian Institution Archives.
15. German POWs surrender their arms to the British in the Netherlands, May 10, 1945.
16. Construction of the Statue of Liberty in 1884.
17. French children salvaging food from the cars of a wrecked train climb on a Moselle River railway bridge destroyed by the retreating Germans in France on Dec. 5, 1944.
18. War gardeners, 1918.
19. 87 years, Rae Samuels holds the last bottle of beer that was distilled before prohibition went into effect in Chicago, Ill., Dec. 29, 1930.
The bottle of Schlitz has been insured for $25,000.
20. Yun Bong Gil, a Korean patriot.
He makes a pledge towards independence before detonating a bomb, killing and injuring many Japanese officers,