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Flag of Hungary, with the communist coat of arms cut out at the "Corvin köz". Unknown author (The American Hungarian Federation)

Flag of Hungary, with the communist coat of arms cut out at the "Corvin köz". Unknown author (The American Hungarian Federation)

Photograph of Widnes, England in the late 19th century showing the effects of industrial pollution. Unknown author, taken from A History of the Chemical Industry in Widnes, by D. W. F. Hardie, Imperial Chemical Industries Limited, 1950.

Photograph of Widnes, England in the late 19th century showing the effects of industrial pollution. Unknown author, taken from A History of the Chemical Industry in Widnes, by D. W. F. Hardie, Imperial Chemical Industries Limited, 1950.

Europeans Buying Enslaved Africans, ca. 1790. Engraving by John Raphael Smith from a painting by George Morland (Musee du Chateau des Ducs de Bretagne, Nantes (France) - Courtesy of Colonial Williamsburg Foundation)

Europeans Buying Enslaved Africans, ca. 1790. Engraving by John Raphael Smith from a painting by George Morland (Musee du Chateau des Ducs de Bretagne, Nantes (France) - Courtesy of Colonial Williamsburg Foundation)

Lodgers in a Crowded Bayard Street Tenement--'Five Cents a Spot.' Photo by Jacob Riis, taken from How the Other Half Lives, 1890

Lodgers in a Crowded Bayard Street Tenement--'Five Cents a Spot.' Photo by Jacob Riis, taken from How the Other Half Lives, 1890

In 1855, Castle Garden was established as New York's principal point of entry. It was the country’s first immigration depot. Between 1855 and 1890...

In 1855, Castle Garden was established as New York's principal point of entry. It was the country’s first immigration depot. Between 1855 and 1890...

"La Caballería" (The Cavalry), image of the victorious 1959 Cuban Revolution. Photo by Raúl Corrales Forno (Museo de la Revolución, Cuba)

"La Caballería" (The Cavalry), image of the victorious 1959 Cuban Revolution. Photo by Raúl Corrales Forno (Museo de la Revolución, Cuba)

Allegory of the return of the Bourbons on 24 April 1814: Louis XVIII lifting France from its ruins. By Louis-Philippe Crépin in 1814 (Palace of Versailles)

Allegory of the return of the Bourbons on 24 April 1814: Louis XVIII lifting France from its ruins. By Louis-Philippe Crépin in 1814 (Palace of Versailles)

People watching games on the deck of the Mauretania in 1911 (Library of Congress)

People watching games on the deck of the Mauretania in 1911 (Library of Congress)

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