25 informative photographs about the past, revealing history from a new angle
Only a person who knows everything in the world can say that he does not need new knowledge. For everyone else, it is equally useful to both refresh old information and receive new ones. Next, you will find informative historical photographs that will arouse interest even for those who have never been fond of history.
Bemorepanda collected all this historic pictures to impress you.
Robot to disperse demonstrators, 1920s
The assistant director sometimes replaced the horse for Kakha Kavsadze on the set of the film "White Sun of the Desert", 1968
Life jacket made of bicycle tires, Germany, 1925
Radon baths in the sanatorium of Pyatigorsk, USSR, 1975
Elvis Presley fan at one of the concerts, 1957
Sylvester Stallone on the set of The Muppet Show, 1979
Soviet family, 1980s
Jane Mansfield is an American film actress who has appeared on the pages of Playboy magazine, who, along with Marilyn Monroe, was one of the sex symbols of the 1950s
Fearless female photographer. Berlin, 1910
The smallest printed book measures just 0.74 x 0.75 mm and is called Flowers of the Four Seasons.
Bronze head of King Sargon the Ancient, ruler of Sumer and Akkad. The age of the artifact is about 4300 years.
Renee O'Connor and Lucy Lawless during a break between filming Xena: Warrior Princess, 1996
Portrait of Yuri Gagarin
So the first man in space was portrayed on April 16, 1961 by Pablo Picasso, having learned about the flight from the newspapers.
Equipment for the soldier of the future according to the version of the American military in 1959
Sword 94 cm long, dating from the 14th century, found in the medieval castle of Ain, Castellón, Spain
Soviet ecological poster, 1970s
Bjork at Covent Garden, London, 1994
Nevsky prospect in the early morning, Leningrad, 1960
The prototype of the sculpture "The Motherland Calls!" Valentina Izotova. Worked as a waitress in a restaurant
David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson, 1996
Dan Aykroyd and Bill Murray on the set of Ghostbusters, 1984
Lorraine Cole, Queen of Frankfurter Sausages, New York, 1956
At the Detsky Mir in Moscow, 1992
Will Smith on the set of Men in Black, 1997
Priests and hippies in one place, Glastonbury, 1971
The creators of the American animated series "The Simpsons" said that white actors will no longer voice non-white characters. A statement was made by Fox, according to Deadline.
This is especially true for the character Apu. Actor Hank Azaria has already refused to continue to voice the Indian character. The animated series has been repeatedly accused of racism because of Apu, which many viewers consider an untruthful and abusive portrayal of American Indians. The public outcry around the character became known as the “Apu Problem”.
The new politics of the series followed the example of other shows. So, the American actor Mike Henry, who for many years was the voice of the character of Cleveland Brown from "Family Guy", himself refused to voice this hero. The reason for this decision was that the actor himself is white, and his cartoon character is black.
In addition, Jenny Slate from the animated series Netflix Big Mouth and Kristen Bell from Central Park on Apple TV +, said they would stop voicing mixed-race characters in these shows.
Earlier it was reported that Lego refused advertising, including on social networks, designers that reproduce police stations and fire departments. In addition, the company said it will donate $ 4 million to organizations supporting black children.
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