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25 Extraordinary and Rare Photos You Didn't See In History Textbooks – Part 2

Photos that are rare from history. Like Che and Castro fishing together, Einstein at the beach and many more. History buffs will love the collection.  For part 1 click here or see first link below. Visit The Indicrat on Youtube   See below other videos for a list of photos in this videoClick here for Whatfinger Homepage. Your New Go To For News. We bet you love it! 25 Extraordinary and Rare Photos You Didn’t See In History Textbooks – Part 1Book on left is BLANK – nothing on the pages and it reached number 1 on Amazon for weeks! Click cover for video on itMore VideosGeorge Carlin – Political Correctness is fascism pretending to be MannersWhy Modern Art is Absolute CrapOmorosa Gets Feisty On The View And Smacks Down Joy BeharSnowflake Sarah Silverman Anti-Trump Meltdown – More Snowflake VideosTop 5 Anti-Trump Feminist Meltdowns To Bring a Smile To Your FaceClick for Whatfinger News HubCompilation of Powerful, Stunning, Strange Photographs From History…List of Photos Below-
The only photograph in existence of infamous outlaw Billy the Kid (1879)
Civil War Era General Ambrose Burnside. His distinctive style of facial hair became known as sideburns
Russian Prime Minister Dmitri Medvedev as a young man
Teenage Vladimir Putin in the 1960s
First Black Biker Gang, East Bay Dragons, Oakland, 1960
Shipyard worker August Landmesser, refusing to salute Hitler in Hamburg
Hitler, celebrating the German declaration of war in Munich, in 1914
Nazi soldier executing a mother hugging her child – Ukraine, 1942
Tables Turned: Freed Jewish Prisoner Holds Nazi 
Testing football helmets in 1912
NASA scientists with their board of calculations, 1961
“Walking Machine” tested wear on shoes (1937)
Testing bulletproof vest, 1923
1935, German soldier on trained horse
Reindeer Shell Shocked by Soviet bombers over Germany 1945
Fall of the Third Reich – Soviet flag over the Reichstag
1899: Nikola Tesla in a multiple exposure picture with his Magnifying transmitter
Japanese war tubas, 1930s
Col. Anthony Joseph Drexel Biddle, hand-to-hand combat expert, 1943
Queen Elizabeth II firing a British L85 battle rifle in Surrey, England, 1993
Anne Frank’s father Otto, revisiting the attic where they hid from the Nazis. 
He was the only survivor (1960)
Hockey goalie Terry Sawchuk before masks became standard game equipment, 1966
Shells from an allied creeping bombardment spent in a single day on German lines, 1916
Fishing buddies Che Guevara and Fidel Castro (1960)
Joseph Goebbels’ Wedding, With Hitler in Attendance, 1931
Remains of Astronaut Vladimir Komarov, who fell from space, 1967
Samurai Ceremony, 1930
Albert Einstein at the beach
The 2,800 Year Old Kiss Teppe Hasanlu citadel Iran, Photo 1972
Music: Star of the Conqueror (radio edit) by Dhruva Aliman