Archival snapshots

08.05.2012 in16:48 in Documentary -->


Rare and important moments from the past.
Photography, in the decades that it exists, left, and will leave an indelible mark on the soul of every man. Many photographers have achieved what could not yet make any cinematographer – is the seal of eternal memory of those fractions of seconds that shook the world and turned, forced to experience jitteriness, smile and even shudder at the very world in which we are all with you live.
Two dozen of rare archival photographs related to various people and events of the last century.

Start of construction of the statue of Christ the Redeemer in Rio

Che Guevara and Fidel Castro

The moment when George Bush Jr. reported about the September 11 terrorist attack

One of the rare photos of the Titanic in 1912

The first team of Google - 1999

The group The Beatles in 1957 - John Lennon - 16 years, George Harrison and Paul McCartney - 15 years

ENIAC, abbr. of the Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer - the first large-scale electronic digital computer. Built in the USA in 1946.

Meet Charlie Chaplin and Mahatma Gandhi

Albert Einstein in a group of scientists

The evolution of bottles Coca-Cola (from left to right: 1899, 1900, 1915, 1916, 1957, 1986)

The representative of the Ku Klux Klan in the operating room of a hospital Alabama

The collapse of the Berlin Wall

Osama bin Laden during a visit to London with his family in the early 70

The Beatles in the beginning of his career

Elvis Presley during his service in the army

Meeting of Adolf Hitler and the Pope Pius XI (Achille Ratti)

Start of construction of the new Brazilian capital - the city of Brasilia

John Lennon gives an autograph next to his killer Mark Chapman just hours before his death

One of the first McDonald's