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Cerimônia marca 70 anos da bomba de Hiroshima, Uma Viagem pela história.

1946 An aerial view of the city a year after the atomic bomb blast shows sporadic reconstruction amid ruins on July

The First Photograph of a Human ”Boulevard Du Temple” [Paris, 1838] by Deguarre

Photograph by Louis Daguerre of the Boulevard du Temple, Paris. Taken late 1838 or The first ever photograph of people. (Towards the bottom left corner there is a man having his boots polished).

Kirk & Spock Vs Picard & Data - Battles - Comic Vine

Kirk and Spock Featured in The 7 Greatest Bromances in Space

Cecilia Payne-Gaposchkin (May 10, 1900 – December 7, 1979) was an English-American astronomer who in 1925 was first to show that the Sun is mainly composed of hydrogen, contradicting accepted wisdom at the time.

Since her death in the textbooks simply say the most abundant atom in the universe is hydrogen. And no one ever wonders how we know? Cecilia Payne-Gaposchkin, a truly extraordinary woman.

The White Death.....I want to be equally as badass....

Funny pictures about The most badass sniper in history. Oh, and cool pics about The most badass sniper in history. Also, The most badass sniper in history.

Mundelein College students participating in the popular extracurricular club, the College Rifle Team. 1942

Mundelein College students participating in the popular extracurricular club, the College Rifle Team.

Kathrine Switzer marathon. First woman to break the barrier & run in the Boston marathon. It took another 5 years before woman were allowed to run. 1967. These photos are when she was being attacked by an official.

LOOK: Women Weren't Allowed To Do This -- But She Did It Anyway

In Kathrine Switzer was the first woman to run the Boston marathon. After realizing that a woman was running, race organizer Jock Semple went after Switzer shouting, “Get the hell out of my race and give me those numbers.

Tokyo after the firebombing. An estimated 1.5 million people lived in the burned out areas. Given a near total inability to fight fires of the magnitude and speed produced by the bombs, casualties could have been several times higher than these estimates. The figure of 100,000 deaths in Tokyo may be compared with total US casualties in the four years of the Pacific War—103,000—and Japanese war casualties of more than three million.

When Tokyo Was a Slum – The Informal City Dialogues This article describes how Tokyo was built after the bombing of the second world war. Reading this will explain why this city is built in this way.

Hiroshima, 1945

Hiroshima and Nagasaki: Unpublished Photos From the Ruins - LIFE

American field gun "Long Tom" firing on German troops in the Ardennes. - Battle of the Bulge

Bill And Hillary Clinton At School    Here is an old picture of the Clintons just hanging out and being awesome and stuff. The photograph was taken at Yale Law School in 1972. More like this here.

Bill And Hillary Clinton At School

This is what the Atomic Bomb dropped on Hiroshima looked like from one and a half miles away. Photo taken by Yoshito Matsushige, August 6th 1945.

Hiroshima, 6th August 1945

"Little Boy" was the codename for the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima on August 1945 by the Boeing Superfortress Enola Gay. It was the first atomic bomb to be used as a weapon. *Photo by Yoshito Matsushige from miles away.

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Aerial view of the US Armored Division tanks fanning out as they fight across the fields, where German self-propelled guns behind burning houses have opened fire on the tanks, 4000 yards from the Rhine River

An American G.I. places his arm around a Japanese girl as they view the surroundings of Hibiya Park, near the Tokyo palace of the emperor, on January 21, 1946.

An American G. places his arm around a Japanese girl as they view the surroundings of HibiyaPark, near the Tokyo palace of the emperor, on January (AP Photo/Charles Gorry)

Grasshoppers thrive in the heat. Crops would be devoured by swarms in a few hrs.Terry, Montana, 1938. ALady

Aftermath of grasshoppers in a corn field, 1936

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