The first picture ever taken. This is Nicéphore Niépce's earliest surviving photograph. It is called "View from the Window at Le Gras". Created in 1826.
Baby Cages. These inventions were created in the US back in 1922. They were made for people who lived in the city, in small apartment flats, with no spaces. With them, the youngsters could benefit from the sunlight and the fresh air.
4 Children for Sale. The picture was taken in 1948 in Chicago, Illinois. The mother was 24 and their father was 40. They were both unemployed and had no food so their only logical decision was to sell the kids. She had a fifth kid in her belly. The children were sold and each have their tragic story to tell.
The building of Brasilia. This is the beginning of the construction of the new capital of Brazil.
One of the first McDonalds ever.
Hitler in Paris. 1940
The Last Jew in Vinnitsa. Made in 1941, we see a member of Einsatzgruppe D just about to shoot the last Jewish man in the region. All 28 000 Jewish people were slaughtered.
This is bombed London in 1940. A little girl is sitting in the ruins of a building with her dolly.
Back in the days when women would be fined if they wore short bathing suits. The picture is taken in Washington DC, 1920. The swim suits can't be higher than 6 inches above the knee. They even had beach police.
Ham the Chimp. This is the first chimp launched in to outer space. Don't think he has a silly name, because it actually is an acronym - Holloman Aerospace Medical Center.
Testing bullet proof vest 1923. Because this is how they tested things back in the days - on humans, not on dolls. Because men were real men. The men were selling the vest to the police department. You can see a coloured version here.
If you want more historic photos check out this gallery.