13 photos capturing the era of turbulence

It is a picture of 13 pictures that cut out the era of violent movement. We have all the pictures I have seen, including photos of soldiers who landed at Omaha Beach that established photojournalism, "Gandhi turning spinning wheels in India" which made the world inform the world about disobedience movement.

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A soldier who landed at Omaha Beach during the Normandy landing strategy. Robert Capa, famous as a media photographer, photographed this. The photographs taken at this battlefield were few decent things due to mistakes of development engineers and were announced as "blurred because Capa trembled with the fear of death", but the defocus informed the fear of the battle field in real terms. Pictures that lay the foundation for photojournalism.

South Vietnam Liberation Secretary of the South Vietnam National Police Agency shooting soldiers of the national front line. This picture taken by Eddie Adams of the Associated Press became one of the famous images of the Vietnam War and influenced American public opinion.

Hindenburg explosion accident. Due to this explosion accident, large-scale airships are no longer being built.

The battle of Gettysburg, which was the biggest battle during the Civil War, was the largest battle made in the United States, such as the battle of Reynolds of the Union forces on the first day. The southern army who brought about great damage in this fight loses power and leads to the Union army's victory.

The remains of Che Guevara. After achieving the Cuban revolution, Guevara, who tried to bring about a new revolution in Bolivia, was caught in response to government army attacks and shot the next day. Guevara 's death was released as an indication to the leftist wing forces all over the world, giving a big shock.

"Gandhi to turn the spinning wheel of India". After the First World War, he invited Indian independence movement to wear Indian cotton products rather than British. With this disobedience movement Gandhi became known to the world.

Einstein who put out his tongue. In response to the request of photographer "Please laugh" at the age of 72, it seems that he himself was a favorite piece. This anonymous genius physicist was known all over the world with his work including humor and relativity theory.

A photograph of Nessie (an unconfirmed creature living in Loch Ness) called "a picture of a surgeon". It was taken by an obstetrician and gynecologist in London and is known as a representative photograph of Nessie. We later confessed the officials were tricks, but many still believe that there is something in Loch Ness.

"The kiss of the end of war". It was announced that the end of the Second World War, a piece of pleasure that was expressed straight.

Surrealist painter Salvador Dalí. This picture taken in 1948 is difficult to match the timing of cats and water, Dali himself, taking 6 hours to shoot. Dali gained popularity in the United States, raising the reputation of surrealism.

This picture with F letters on the back of a model woman shows the similarity between a woman's back and a violin. Now it is easy to put in letters in Photoshop, but this is a work of 1924. One piece to make you feel the future.

"Mother of immigrants". I lost my husband with tuberculosis, and I am convinced that this expression is hit by the Great Depression.

A picture of Adams who changed pictures into art. In order to protect the wilderness of the United States, Adams made a decision to send photographs taken to Congress to make it a national park.

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