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42 Magically Restored Images From The Past That Will Steal Your Breath Away

These are images that reside deep within your heart. Experience their true magic and charm in color, sure to set your heart pumping for more…once more.

1. 18 year old Russian girl being liberated from Dachau, (April 1945)


2. Romanov sisters, Grand Duchesses Maria, Olga, Anastasia, and Tatiana, (1910)


3. Manhattan at sunset from the George Washington Bridge, (December 1936)


4. “Here lies an unknown English Lieutenant killed in air combat” – Western Desert, Egypt, (1941)

5. Mary Winsor, founder, and president of the Limited Suffrage Society, holds a sign during the American suffrage movement; (ca. 1917)


6. Licking blocks of ice during the heat wave, NYC, (1912)


7. Three soldiers looking for the enemy from the shelter of a rubble-filled shed somewhere in France during World War I, (1917)


10. An Ojibwe Native American spearfishing, Minnesota, (1908)


11. Jewish women and children arriving at the Auschwitz-Birkenau extermination camp, Poland, (1944)


12. Duck Dynasty, (1926)


13. Film and fashion icon Audrey Hepburn, (ca. 1953)


14. Coney Island, New York, (ca. 1905)


15. A small child with a puppy – Point Pleasant,West Virginia, (May 1943)


16. Flipping Burgers, (1938)


17. College students pile into a Volkswagen Beetle, (c. 1965)


18. Baseball legend “Babe” Ruth, (ca. 1920), the year he joined the New York Yankees.


19. War Paint, (1944)


20. Cab stand in Madison Square Park, New York, (ca 1900)


21. Vietnam War, (1965)


22. World War II propaganda posters in Port Washington, New York, (1942)


23. Marilyn Monroe’s USO performance, (February 1954)


24. Operation Overlord, (June 1944)


25. Coca-Cola vending point at the Helsinki Summer Olympics – (July 18, 1952)


26. Miss America, 1924 – Ruth Malcomson.


27. Sidewheeler Tashmoo leaving wharf in Detroit, (ca 1901)


28. Harlem News Boy, (1943)


29. British tattoo artist George Burchett, the King of Tattooists, (ca 1930)


30. Titanic sinks on April 15, 1912. Newspaper boy Ned Parfett sells copies of the evening paper bearing news of the disaster. (April 16, 1912)


31. Troops crouch inside a LCVP landing craft, just before landing on “Omaha” Beach on “D-Day”, (6 June 1944)


32. Clam seller on Mulberry Bend, New York, (ca 1900)


33. A German soldier after being captured by American troops near Nicosia, (1943)

34. Women in witch costumes, (1875)

35. A Samurai, (1881)


36. The Flatiron Building, (1905)


37. Inventor and physicist Thomas Alva Edison. New Jersey, (1911)


38. Monument Circle, Indianapolis, Indiana, (circa 1907)


39. A Nihang Bodyguard, (c.1865)

40. “An Oasis in the Badlands”, Red Hawk of the Oglala Sioux on horseback, (ca. 1905)


41. Curb Market in NYC, (ca 1900)


42. Observer on Iwo Jima, (1945)


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