11. Dinner party for French soldiers with severe facial injuries received during WWI, 1925.
The photo was taken by Henri Manuel.
12. An elder Irish woman, using a spinning wheel for thread or yarn, in Ireland, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, c. 1890 – 1900.
13. Harry Gardiner hanging from the 24th story of the Hotel McAlpin, Broadway, New York, 1925.
14. A barricade in the Paris Commune, 18 March 1871.
15. Nguyen Thi Tron, whose leg was amputated after helicopter fire, learning to walk after being fitted with an artificial limb, South Vietnam. 1968.
The photo was taken by Larry Burrows.
16. The Krupp Company Works in Essen, situated in the Ruhr area of Imperial Germany, 1890.
17. James R Hoskins took hostages in television station WCPO in Cincinnati.
He was interviewed by Elaine Green and a cameraman and stated how upset he was with the corruption of politicians and the police. After the interview, James shot himself in the head, 15 October 1980.
18. A mob beats Freedom Riders & black bystanders alike in the Birmingham Trailways bus station, 14 May 1961.
The man with his back to the camera (center right) is FBI informant/agent provocateur, Gary Thomas Rowe. The flashbulb likely saved lives by drawing the attention of the attackers.