15 Incredible Moments In History You Haven’t Seen

History is usually read and not seen, but being able to glimpse into a time when you weren’t even born is something that many people crave. Historical moments have much more of an effect on you when you can actually visualize what was occurring at that time instead of relying on your imagination to do the work. These are images that I’ve never seen before and hopefully neither have you. Check them out:

1. Girls at a Beatles’ concert.

2. An English girl holds her doll while standing among the rubble of her home which was damaged by bombs in 1940.

3. Disneyland on opening day in 1955.

4. A mother looks away, ashamed at the fact that she must sell her children for money in 1948.

5. Mother Teresa when she was 18.

6. In 1900, this man owned the smallest shop. He was a shoe salesman who sold shoes out of 1.2 square meter shoe store.

7. This picture of Marilyn Monroe was taken in 1962 and was the last photo shoot before she died.

8. Wasp Prime atomic bomb testing blast in 1955.

9. Tasman Bridge disaster in 1975.

10. Lenin and Stalin at Gorki in 1922.

11. Soldiers celebrating the end of the Second World War.

12. A computer gets delivered in 1957.

13. Soldiers on both sides stand together for a snapshot during an impromptu Christmas truce in 1914 during World War One.

14. Gerald Ford and his golden retriever, Liberty,  in the Oval Office in 1974.

15. Paul McCartney and Mick Jagger in a train at Euston Station in 1967 on their way to Bangor.