Iconic (Black and White) Photos in History in Colour

The girl Sanna Dulavey from Sweden enjoys the restoration and coloring of black and white photography, but it's an interesting series of photos of her work with celebrities and historical moments.

Kiss of the sailor and nurse in honor of the Japanese war (Times Square, New York, 1945) - author Alfred Eyzenshtedt

Karin Boye - Swedish writer

Operation "Crossroads» (Operation Crossroads) - a series of atomic bomb tests conducted by the U.S. at Bikini Atoll in the summer of 1946.

Theodore Roosevelt

The police chief of South Vietnam executes on the streets of Saigon Viet Cong officer, 1968

Abraham Lincoln

Ernesto Che Guevara

Anne Frank, Jewish girl in 1942, a victim of Nazism, who died in the concentration camp at age 15. The author of the famous paper "The Diary of Anne Frank" condemning fascism, which she led from June 12, 1942 to August 1, 1944.

Charles Spencer "Charlie" Chaplin

Alfred Hitchcock

Winston Churchill

Johan August Ctrindberg - Swedish writer

Migrant Mother, 1936 - Florence Thompson, a mother with seven hungry children. One of the canonical picture of the Great Depression. Photo by Dorothy Lange.

Albert Einstein

Mark Twain

Fridtjof Nansen - Norwegian explorer, scientist

Charles Darwin

Dorothy Counts, 1957 - one of the first four black students admitted to the white college. Four days later, in which she was subjected to humiliation and threats, parents had to take her out of college.

The American Way - photo from the magazine LIFE, 1937

Ship Dock in Liverpool, 1909

Harvest of death (The Harvest of Death), 1863 - the most bloody battle during the Civil War. Photo by Timothy O'Sullivan.

The attack on Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941

Buddhist monk Kuan Duc burns himself on the streets of Saigon to protest against the persecution of Buddhists, the South Vietnamese government, 1963

Photo Credits and Source - forrifarg.se


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