21. Grand Central
Grand Central Terminal, New Years Eve, 1969. Photograph by Leonard Freed.
22. New Year’s Ball
Technicians eye the new improved New Years ball, with halogen lamps for greater visibility, in New York City in 1978.
Fidel and Raul Castro pose with a bazooka during the Cuban Revolution in Oriente Province in 1958, by Dickey Chapelle. Dickey Chapelle was the first female war correspondent to be killed in action.
Tanks scheduled for repair, abandoned at Kharkov factory when the Soviet Union fell.
25. Swamp hospital
Makeshift swamp hospital – Vietnam War. Photographed by Vo Anh Khanh on September 15, 1970.
What’s funny is that Hart basically dared the media to follow him around, because there were allegations of inappropriate behaviour. And then this happened.