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This photo is of Oskar Schindler and some of the women that he employed in his factories. The Jews that he saved have given themselves the name of Schindlerjuden (Schindler's Jews). http://www.ushmm.org/research/library/bibliography/photo.php?lang=en=oskar_schindler

If you haven't seen Schindler's List,a Steven Speilburg movie, then you probably don't know who Oscar Schindler is but remember one thing he saved many Jews during the Holo cost a true hero of a man. I recommend this movie!

G. Washington's teeth

George Washington's Dentures - Despite legends, none of them would be made from wood. They were carved from hippopotamus and elephant ivory. Sometimes the teeth were set in gold. His dentures had gold springs to hold the upper and lower teeth together.

Baby incubators, Crystal Palace, Child Life Section

Creepy photos of Early Century British Hospitals - Flashbak

Abram and Maria Niemela. They held their infant baby son over their heads, saving his life as they were crushed: - The Italian Hall Disaster (sometimes referred to as the 1913 Massacre) is a tragedy that occurred on December 24, 1913 in Calumet, Michigan. Seventy-three men, women, and children, mostly striking mine workers and their families, were crushed to death in a stampede when someone falsely yelled "fire" at a crowded Christmas party. by coolnana

Abram and Maria Niemela. They held their infant baby son over their heads, saving his life as they were crushed: - The Italian Hall Disaster (sometimes referred to as the 1913 Massacre) is a tragedy that occurred on December 1913 in Calumet, Michigan.

Juliane Koepcke, 17, was sucked out of an airplane after it was struck by lightning. She fell 2 miles to the ground still strapped to her chair and lived. However, she had to endure a 9-day walk through the Amazon jungle before being rescued by loggers. She was the sole survivor of 93 passengers and crew in the December 24, 1971, crash of LANSA Flight 508.

Juliane Koepcke, was sucked out of an airplane after it was struck by lightning. She fell 2 miles to the ground still strapped to her chair and.

Murder Bottles poisoned many babies in Victorian Times

Murder Bottles

Although doctors condemned the bottles and infant mortality rates of the time were shocking – only two out of ten infants lived to their second birthday – parents continued to buy and use them. The bottles eventually earned the nickname, “Murder Bottles.

Victorian portraits .... I don't know what he said to her, but it sure got a reaction! I just love this - puts a smile on my face!

Victorian photo booth

Funny pictures about Victorian photo booth. Oh, and cool pics about Victorian photo booth. Also, Victorian photo booth photos.

Everything Was Fake but Her Wealth ~ Strange tale of Ida Wood, who checked into the New York Herald Square Hotel with her sister in 1907 — and never opened the door of her suite again until 1931, when the sister died. By then Ida was 93 and deaf, but far from destitute, thanks to 750,000 dollars in cash hidden around the room and 54 trunks of gowns and jewels in the hotel basement.

Strange tale of Ida Wood, who checked into the New York Herald Square Hotel with her sister in 1907 — and never opened the door of her suite again until when the sister died. A tale of a recluse but very rich woman.

Guy's Hospital, Bright Ward | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Another view of Bright Ward, with its little cubicles. Posted in around it was addressed to Miss M Hesketh at Guy's, and asked if these were her nurses. Presumably Miss Hesketh was a ward sister.

“Covered Wagon Women” is a fascinating non-fiction account of fourteen pioneer women traveling west in the 1840’s. The book was edited and compiled by historian Kenneth L. Holmes. It is a remarkabl...

“Covered Wagon Women: Diaries and Letters from the Western Trails, 1840-1849,” by Kenneth L. Holmes

“Covered Wagon Women” is a fascinating non-fiction account of fourteen pioneer women traveling west in the The book was edited and compiled by historian Kenneth L. It is a remarkabl.

Mother’s Day, as it is today, can be rooted to a woman named Anna Jarvis who created the official holiday in 1908. Anna Jarvis, who was the daughter of Anna Reeves Jarvis, wanted to honor her…

Feodor Vassilyev (c. was a peasant from Shuya, Russia. His first wife, Mrs. Vassilyev sets the record for most children birthed by a single woman. She gave birth to a total of 69 children; however, few other details are known of her life, s

Первые хозяйки, первые наряды. Антикварные куклы на старинных фотографиях / Винтажные антикварные куклы, реплики / Бэйбики. Куклы фото. Одежда для кукол

This site exists to discredit the idea of the Victorian standing post mortem photo. Post mortem photos do exist, but none of them are stand alone.

Almanzo and Laura Ingalls Wilder 1948  Laura Ingalls is in the family of Edward Rice of  Pomfreit, Con and Charity Rice *Derby:  3rd Ggrandmother

Almanzo and Laura Ingalls Wilder- Laura Elizabeth Ingalls Wilder (Feb 1867 – Feb was an American author who wrote the Little House series of books based on her childhood in a pioneer family.

jauntywistful:  – Sophia Magdalena Scholl Scholl (1921-1943) was a German student and revolutionary, active within the White Rose non-violent resistance group in Nazi Germany. She was convicted of high treason after having been found distributing anti-war leaflets at the University of Munich with her brother Hans. As a result, they were both executed by guillotine. Her last words were “Die Sonne scheint noch”—”The sun still shines.”

Sophie Scholl A German Student and member of the White Rose resistance group who was killed by guillotine in Nazi Germany along with her brother Hans and other university friends after distributing anti war leaflets

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