11. A Ukrainian-American family celebrates the death of Stalin, 1953.
12. Aftermath of mass civilian executions by retreating North Korea forces, Daejeon, Korea, 28 September 1950.
13. An African American man being stoned to death by White attackers in a race riot in Chicago, 1919.
14. John F. Kennedy’s coffin lies in state in the Capitol Building Rotunda, November 24, 1963.
15. A wrestling match performance in Sikeston, Missouri, May 1938.
The bearded wrestler was known as Big Tom Towers.
16. Debbie Reynolds with her daughter, Carrie Fisher, attend a New York City school benefit on November 6, 1972.
17. Graves of a British bomber crew shot down and buried by Germans in Egypt, 1941.
18. “Operation Stones” was a Czechoslovakian State Security operation.
It was designed to catch people who wanted to escape to the West using a fake border, behind which was a fake US Army post. A State Security officer, playing the role of a US soldier, shows a map of West Germany to an escapee.