11. U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt and preservationist: John Muir, stand on Glacier Point at Yellowstone National Park, 1906.
12. The inscription on the wall: dad kills a German, USSR, 1943.
13. Cult leader Jim Jones, back when he was selling spider monkeys, circa 1953.
25 years later he would be responsible for the death of over 900 people.
14. Unknown Soviet intelligence officer before being shot, Finland, 1942.
15. A Soviet sniper in training, 6 May 1942.
16. RMS Titanic’s lifeboats being recovered in New York, April 1912.
17. Amedeo of Savoy-Aosta, viceroy of Italian East Africa, having lunch with his staff while besieged in the mountain fortress of Amba Alagi, Ethiopia, April 1941.
18. John F. Kennedy Jr. salutes his father’s casket in Washington, 1963.
19. Soldiers in trenches write letters home.
Life in the trenches was summed up by the phrase which later became well-known: “Months of boredom punctuated by moments of extreme terror.” The Western Front, 1916.