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Photos are authentic glimpses of history, for they often record the moments that are easily overlooked but are particularly crucial. Let's take a look at the past we can't participate in from these precious pictures.
Elvis was trained at a military base in Texas. His military uniform lent him a bit more touch of charm.
People might've forgotten his beauty behind makeup, but the camera wouldn't.
Little did he know that the fan he was signing for was the one who had ended his life.
The camera recorded the three men running in the first Olympic Marathon in modern times.
Taken during the British Antarctic Expedition, this 100-year-old photo shows the "Terra Nova" formed inside an iceberg.
Titanic sank three days after this one last photo was taken in Corsshaben, Ireland.
It appears that Einstein fell for not just science but casual clothes and the beach.
Here Marilyn Monroe was as a 15-year-old beauty queen. This was her last year as a single woman.
Mickey Mouse is always here comforting children, even in the despairing World War II.
Nothing was more memorable than a victory kiss.
Small things can bring huge happiness during war time.
This photo retains a moment when Elvis Presley recorded his first album "Heartbreak Hotel."
Some caused the pollution; some tried to fix it.
The camera has preserved the construction process of this world-famous building.
As a television celebrity dog, Fritz gave an indescribable expression while shaving in a California barber.
Mona Lisa has finally made her way back home after World War II!
A massive traffic accident happened in Sweden after they switched to driving on the road's right-hand side.
The sweet moment of Bob Marley and Miss World 1976 Cindy Breakspeare would always be stored in the camera.
Electricity would scare the public, but not Nikola Tesla.
Thanks to General Ambrose Burnside, now the fashionable facial hairstyle has its own name, "sideburns."
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