Here are this week’s interesting historical photos. For part 81, click here.
1. Blimp crashes due to nuclear test in Nevada, 1957.
2. The Allied crossing of the St Quentin Canal in 1918.
3. The battleship Nagato , August 1942, Kure.
4. Baby polar hugging its dead mother 1947.
5. Ruins of Ctesiphon, Iraq – picture from 1932.
6. George Washington Carver.
George Washington Carver poses with fellow staff members at the Tuskegee Institute, by Frances Benjamin Johnston, 1902.
7. Astronaut Neil A. Armstrong floats safely to the ground after the Lunar Landing Research Vehicle.
He was piloting crashes during a rehearsal of a lunar landing, Ellington Air Force Base, 1968.
8. U.S Marines take cover behind sandbags during an engagement with KPA forces in a Korean town, 1953.
9. Neuengamme prisoner who attempted to flee a locked, burning barn during the Gardelegen Massacre. 16 April 1945.
10. Portrait of U.S. president Woodrow Wilson.
Portrait of U.S. president Woodrow Wilson formed by 21,000 soldiers at Camp Sherman, Ohio. 1918.