Here are this week’s interesting historical photos. For part 145, click here.
1. Motel manager James Brock pours muriatic acid in the Monson Motor Lodge swimming pool, to get black swimmers out of the pool, June 18th, 1964.
2. Girls making petrol bombs during the Battle of the Bogside, Ireland, 1969.
3. The morning after the first battle of Passendale, October 12th, 1917.
4. Forging press in the Krupp Factory, Essen, Germany, 1928.
5. The shortest, tallest, and fattest men of Europe drinking and playing cards together, 1913.
6. National guard opening fire on Kent State University Demonstrators, Ohio, USA, May 4th, 1970.
7. The announcing of the Armistice on Nov. 11th, 1918, was the occasion for a monster celebration in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
8. A table settings display in the young brides and wives department at Tiffany’s, New York, 1958.
9. The first Moon tree, 1975.
10. Future Prime Minister David Lloyd George and Winston Churchill.
Future Prime Minister David Lloyd George, the man who took Britain through the WWI, and future Prime Minister Winston Churchill, who took Britain through the WWII, walking together in 1915.