The way history is taught to us in school is typically quite rigid and based in supposed fact. Yet, as time goes on and new discoveries are made, our perceptions of our past continually shift.
Particularly since the invention of photography, our historical records have become richer than ever. That still doesn’t mean that we don’t discover all sorts of new photos that change how we imagine our world. In fact, it happens all of the time. And it never, ever gets old.
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Someone doesn't know the meaning of "unearthed". None of these photos were buried in the ground...
"Just discovered" would've been a better way to say it, but clearly Custer's photo has been around long enough to have been colorized.
BTW, a photo that's been published in LIFE magazine is hardly "rare".
12.52:: all the 9 sons of a bitch who caused WWI and the consequent 'hate' between european nations (hate still alive today in 2018). Next time '''kings'' like those will tell you to 'they threat us! go to fight fo your country' answer them ''fuck off and go fight by yourself the whole war''... this should prevent any future genocide
Why so many ads? Jezus fuck 12 ads? Showing pictures you didn't make and have human suffering in it. You are the worst type of people. Get a real job and stop living of peoples emotions like a parasite.
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