Unforgettable Photos


1957. The first day of Dorothy Counts at the Harry Harding High School in the United States. Counts was one of the first black students admitted in the school, and she was no longer able to stand the harassments after 4 days.
January 12th, 1960.
A second before the Japanese Socialist Party leader Asanuma was murdered by an opponent student.
1963. Thich Quang Dug, the Buddhist priest in Southern Vietnam, burns himself to death protesting the goverment’s torture policy against priests. Thich Quang Dug never made a sound or moved while he was burning.
1962. A soldier shot by a sniper hangs onto a priest in his last moments.
1965. A mom and her children try to cross the river in South Vietnam in an attempt to run away from the American bombs.
1966. U.S. troops in South Vietnam are dragging a dead Vietkong soldier.
February 1st, 1968.
South Vietnam police chief Nguyen Ngoc Loan shots a young man, whom he suspects to be a Vietkong soldier.
1973. A few seconds before Chile’s elected president Salvador Allende is dead during the coup.
1975. A woman and a girl falling down after the fire escape collapses.
1980. A kid in Uganda about to die of hunger, and a missionaire.
Colonel Molina ve military police seizes the Parliament building in Spain.
The photographer did not expect the scene, and hid the films in his shoe.
1989. A young man in China stands before the tanks during protests for democratic reforms.
1994. A man who was tortured by the soldiers since he was suspected to have spoken with the Tutsi rebels.
2003. An Iraqi prisoner of war tries to calm down his child.

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