Here are this week’s interesting historical photos. For part 226, click here.
1. Indian chief visiting his son enlisted in the U.S. Army with the rank of captain on board a tank during military exercises, Washington County, 1957.
2. Philadelphia streetcar with a poster saying “SPIT SPREADS DEATH” during the 1918-1919 Influenza Pandemic, also known as the Spanish Flu.
3. Bosnian Muslim soldiers of the Austro-Hungarian army (wearing their traditional fez), somewhere on the Italian front, WWI, 1917.
4. Unearthing the GI prisoners murdered in the Malmedy Massacre, 1944.
5. “SIGHT SEERS KEEP OUT!” 75 years ago in Cologne, Germany, 6 March 1945.
6. Jeanne Bauer walks with a DynaTAC mobile phone on 6th Avenue in New York, accompanied by John Mitchell, the Motorola engineer behind the phone, 1973.
7. A scarecrow guards a seaside field for an evacuated Japanese immigrant farmer in Los Angeles for inland internment camps, c. March 1942.
8. Soviet soldiers on Sherman tank, Grabow, Germany, 3 May 1945.
9. President Lyndon B. Johnson sings with his dog, Yuki, at the LBJ Ranch near Stonewall, Texas, while his grandson, Patrick Lyndon Nugent, looks on, 6 Jan. 1968.
10. Emperor Taisho of Japan in the robes of the Order of the Garter, c. 1912.
#13 isnt completely true. The man to her right is her husband. The man behind her is trying to stop her.