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65 Charles_C._Ebbets_This_photo_was_taken_from_t_3002.jpg
Charles C. Ebbets

1932
This photo was taken from the 69th floor of what is now the GE building in New York City. The photographer was not recognized as such until 2003 and therefore the credit on posters of the image is often given as "unknown".

66 _Picture_from_an_Einsatzgrup_3034.jpg
Unknown

1941
Picture from an Einsatzgruppen soldier's personal album, labelled on the back as "Last Jew of Vinnit.

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Unknown

1943
Desperate German soldier after the disastrous Battle of Kursk, 1943.

68 _A_first_for_the_general_pub_3042.jpg
Unknown

1945
A first for the general public, the picture of the "mushroom cloud"? is a very accurate approximatio.

69 Arthur_Sasse_This_photo_was_taken_on_Ein_3009.jpg
Arthur Sasse

1951
This photo was taken on Einstein's 72nd birthday. The photographer was trying to make him smile but having already smiled for many photographers that day, the famous genius decided to show his lighthearted side and stuck out his tongue instead.

70 Nick_Ut_Phan_Thi_Kim_Phuc_(center)__262.jpg
Nick Ut

Trang Bang 1972
Phan Thi Kim Phuc (center) flees with other children after South Vietnamese planes mistakenly dropped napalm on South Vietnamese troops and civilians.

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