Take a look at them below from a totally different angle!
23. A faithful chow helps Freud at work.
Sigmund Freud loved his dog dearly. He believed that dogs have the ability to read people’s moods and that they also help you relax. That’s why he always allowed his chow, Jofi, to attend his therapy sessions.
22. And do you recognize this guy?
21. Yes, it’s Pope Francis.
20. Bruce Lee and his son, Brandon Lee, shared the same fate.
Unfortunately, both actors died on movie sets: the father at the age of 32 during the making of The Game of Death, and the son at 28 years old on the set of The Crow.
19. And this is what Pablo Picasso’s most gifted children look like.
These are the brilliant artist’s youngest children: Claude and Paloma Picasso. As quick-tempered as his father, Claude now heads the Picasso Administration, and eccentric Paloma is a famous jewelry designer and heads her own perfume empire.
18. Have you seen Charlie Chaplin in old age? Here you are!
17. Hemingway caught a tuna. Nothing unusual, but keep scrolling down.
16. Audrey Hepburn, 46 years old and still beautiful, in Robin and Marian (1975).
15. This 18-year-old Macedonian would become known throughout the world as Mother Teresa.
14. Here she is again with her sister (left) in traditional Macedonian costumes.
Here Mother Teresa was only 13 years old.
13. Vladimir Lenin in his youth and his last photo.
It’s impossible to imagine that this is the same person.
12. Ernesto Che Guevara and Fidel Castro as schoolboys.
11. Young Einstein in the company of friends in 1903.
10. Walt Disney drawing Mickey Mouse.
9. Young opponents: 24-year-old Winston Churchill and 35-year-old Benito Mussolini.
8. Let’s get back to Hemingway. Here’s one shot we are familiar with and a photo taken around the time of his high school graduation.
7. A 26-year-old Muhammad Ali on the cover of Esquire.
6. The magnificent Coco Chanel in 1910 and 1957.
5. Everyone is accustomed to seeing Dostoevsky and Tolstoy as bearded geniuses. But they were also young once.
Fyodor Dostoevsky is 42 years old here, and Leo Tolstoy is 26.
4. Here you can see a 34-year-old Hitler and a 24-year-old Stalin.
Initially, Hitler, like Stalin, wore a voluminous mustache. They say it covered the ugly slitof his mouth. But later he was ordered to trim his mustache because he couldn’t wear a gas mask with it.
3. Hitler at 24! He had the most voluminous mustache.
In WWI, Hitler was just an ordinary soldier with a very funny mustache. He was known as an excellent and brave soldier by his peers. In October 1918, he temporarily lost his sight, he was blinded by a British gas shell and was hospitalized. While in the hospital, Hitler learned of Germany’s defeat, which was a great shock to him… the res is history!
2. A photo made to raise public awareness of Armenian Genocide.
This photo showcases a Turk official taunting Armenian children with bread. However, it is still greatly argued about. One version is that this shot, together with several others, was produced just after the end of WWI in order to raise funds to help Armenian Genocide survivors.
1. A Hiroshima A-Bomb victim shows his scars, 6 years after the bomb.
On August 6, 1945, the US Army dropped an atomic bomb on Hiroshima, thus ending the war against Japan. Like any other war, property was destroyed, so many lives were lost and a few survivors suffered severe radiation injuries.
Bonus: An example of image manipulation in the pre-Photoshop era.
Although this picture is fake, it’s a good example of photo editing before Photoshop and it has a story to tell. Giant grasshoppers were a popular pest in the 1930s, so most people used them for postcards.