These Rare Photos Will Completely Change The Way You Look At Events That Happened In The Past.

When we think of history, we always think of the same images. But what about the less-photographed moments of history? Check out this gallery of history's lesser-seen photographs and the important moments that time forgot.

Moving an entire apartment building to create a wider boulevard in Romania, 1987.

A black police officer protecting KKK members from protesters in 1983.

The Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev as a young man in 1986.

Hannah Stilley is thought to be the earliest-born individual captured on film. She was born in 1746. This photograph is from 1840. 

Transporting the first Indian satellite, "The Apple", in 1981.

The glasses John Lennon was wearing when he was assassinated in 1980.

Spielberg on the set of the first Indiana Jones movie in 1980.

A landing plane and a truck crashing due to strong crosswinds near the runway in 1976.

A highway picnic during the 1973 Oil Crisis.

A man working on an analog computer in 1968.

A Soviet soldier chasing a young man who'd thrown stones at a tank during the Prague Spring of 1968.


The early morning train in Japan in 1964.

Test pilot George Aird flying an English Electric Lightning F1.

A year and a half before they became superstars, the Beatles play for 18 people in the Aldershot Club in 1961.

Disney workers at their cafeteria in 1961.

The first black bikers’ club, The East Bay Dragons, in Oakland, California in the 1960s.

Che Guevara and Fidel Castro fishing in 1960.

A mobile swimming pool in New York City in 1960.

Audrey Hepburn and her pet deer, Ip, shopping in Beverly Hills in 1958.

Charlton Heston as Moses in “The Ten Commandments” at a drive-in in Utah in 1958.

Transporting the first 5 MB hard disk onto a plane in 1956. You know, before you could stick a USB plug with 1,000 times the storage into your pocket.

Coca-Cola being introduced to France in 1950.

Two boys watch from a tree as American soldiers drive through the aftermath of the D-Day invasion in France.


A 1942 flight simulator.

The real Christopher Robin and Winnie the Pooh in 1928.

Filming the MGM screen credits in 1928.

Factory workers having a race on the roof of the Fiat Factory in Turin, Italy in 1923.

Tutankhamun's tomb in 1922, just before the seal was broken.

A beggar running alongside King George V’s coach, 1920.

Wimbledon's first international match.

The collapsed ceiling of the Russian Parliament in 1907.

London pub interior in 1898.

Princeton students after a snowball fight in 1893.

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