Hitler comforts a German soldier who tries to salute him while in bed. Hitler gently sets his arm down to tell him to rest and recover from the frostbite he was suffering.
Gay men smash windows at the San Francisco City Hall in 1979 to protest the involuntary manslaughter verdict handed down to Dan White, the man who killed Harvey Milk.
A Soviet soldier carrying Hitler’s statue head, after capturing Berlin in 1945.
During the early 1990s AIDS epidemic, this father comforts his son who is on his deathbed. Widely considered the photo that changed the face of AIDS, the photo was published in LIFE magazine’s November 1990 edition.
This photo shows Charles Ebbets preparing for his famous”Lunch atop a Skyscraper” photograph in 1932. He is perched on the 69th floor of the GE building.
In 1913 on the 50th anniversary of the battle of Gettysburg, veterans of the Union and Confederacy reunite civilly, and shake hands.
Wormwood Street in the city of London after the IRA detonated a truck bomb on April 24, 1993.
The opening of King Tut’s sarcophagus in 1924.
The only person ever struck by a meteor, Ann Hodges survived and was left with this massive bruise. Dr. Moody Jacobs shows off this unbelievable tale of survival in 1954.
In 1924 Ohio, these young men were enjoying their brand new vehicle. It traveled a mind blowing 25 miles per hour which was some pace at the time.
This is nineteen year old Robert Wadlow who is the tallest person in recorded history, Robert measured in this photo 8 ft 7 in. He grew another 4 inches before his death in 1940.
A photographer was walking through Central Park in 1974, when he ran into these young mimes, he stopped to snap this picture. Some 30 years later, he realized he had photographed a young Robin Williams performing.
A British photographer captured this amazing trench warfare photo during World War I in 1917. These are mortar rounds firing back and forth.
This is one of the few color photos taken during this period. A B-17 Bombardier heading toward Germany during WWII.
This is Famous Colonel Anthony Biddle, who was a hand-to-hand combat expert, and was known for ordering his trainees to try to kill him using their bayonets. They never succeeded, as he was able to disarm them all.