11. Two knocked out tanks sit close to each other after a battle near the village of Ginsterhahn, German, 13 March 1945.
The tank on the left is a German Sd. Kfz. 173 ‘Jagdpanther’ while the one on the right is an American M36 tank destroyer.
12. Freezing Austro-Hungarian soldiers somewhere in Carpathian mountains during disastrous Carpathian Winter offensive vs Russia, 1915.
The army suffered nearly 800 000 casualties in just a few months.
13. A girl faints at the 1965 Shea Stadium Beatles Concert.
14. Occupying German soldiers pass by the Moulin Rouge, Paris, 8 August 1940.
15. White Pass, aka, Dead Horse Trail.
A notoriously tough trail in Alaska. Photograph courtesy University of Washington, late 1890s.
16. Edward “Ed” White during the first spacewalk performed by an American astronaut, 1965.
17. Finnish forces hang lines of spruce branches to conceal troop movement during the Continuation War, June 1941.
18. US Marines: D. Hargraves and G. Chavarria, of the 1st Marine Regiment at Wana Ridge, during the Battle of Okinawa, 20 May 1945.
19. The lynching of George R. Witherell in Canon City, Colorado on charges of murdering his business partner Charles McCain, 4 Dec. 1888.
Witherell was previously imprisoned for murdering Mr. Wahl from Douglas County, Colorado in 1871 and was pardoned by Governor Alva Adams in April 1888.