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Pictures from past which will leave you mesmerized

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Many times my mother has caught me drawing funny pictures of historical characters while I was wondering about the World War I and criticizing but pretended to be reading it seriously.But when I grew up I was bewildered looking at the innovated hilarious pictures in my history book turned out to be an actual fact at some point in the history.

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Well, I am crazy for comics but that day out of the blue I noticed a big thick book which looked somewhat interesting from a distance in the library. I grabbed the book and kept on turning the pages and did not realize that I had been reading that book for the past 2 hours when the librarian asked me to return it so that she could close the library. I started liking History for the first time in my life. No sooner did I become a frequent visitor than I got to realize how much more a picture can have an influence compared to words.

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A picture is a poem without words. Over 100 years later, this still rings true. From historical landmarks and well-known people to the basic daily routines of the past, the historical pictures have lessons for us and portray the past in a way that we can empathize with and understand it more intimately.

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The luxury steamship Titanic sank in the early hours of April 15, 1912, off the coast of Newfoundland in the North Atlantic after sideswiping an iceberg. The wailing of the kids, the pain of the lost kids, the incomplete love story all can be felt looking at the last photo ever taken of the RMS Titanic Before it sunk in April 1912. It says the whole tragic story in one click.

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From the paintings that prove the Dark Ages weren’t so dark, to the Nagasaki, 20 Minutes after the Atomic Bombing in 1945 a transition can be seen from the racism to the ultimate destruction of an era.

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While we are still thinking whether they have black on white or white on black stripes, there existed some Extinct Subspecies of the Plains Zebra, Quagga. Curiosity sends a signal down the spine asking about its beauty outside the photograph.

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The mixed bag feelings in the picture of the Los Angeles Alligator Farm, admission fee 25 cents, 1920s, where the chicas are enjoying amidst the hungry alligators leave us in terror and wonderment.

“No man thinks the same story when looking at a photo because every mind lived a different story!” ― quoted by Mehmet Murat is true. Those who fail to learn history are doomed to repeat it.

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