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58 Amazing Images With Little Known Stories From History (BDU)

 Excessive tree felling crews since the late 1800s.

When you look back on history, there are moments you can't help but feel like you've lived. Big, sweeping, epic moments carved in stone. But even more fascinating are the stories that exist between the bullet points. These jaw-dropping pictures telling unknown stories are astonishing. Click ahead and plow with excitement through pictures and anecdotes from World War II to Madonna and even Walt Disney's early years.

We don't have that much. Mother Nature is an eye-opening take on natural disasters and indigenous peoples that you won't see until you participate in HD. Keep some eye drops handy because there is so much to learn and pictures that will astound you. ahead!


A picture of a time when men put their lives on the line to cut down trees and looked calm in doing so. Pruning of trees was a big time in the 19th century and it took teams of men to pollinate the upper branches of trees to create a more dense head of foliage at the top. In some cases, however, pruners were trying to protect the trees from becoming a threat.

It took an entire team to work on a tree this size as it would be a huge undertaking for one or two people. Can you imagine how heavy are the branches holding the men to the top of the tree? Hopefully they are not afraid of heights.

A steelworker bus hangs over the construction of the Empire State Building in 1930



If there is one thing that history can teach us it is that steelworkers are some of the bravest people to ever walk the earth – or walk on top of it. While working in the Empire State Building. A question many people have when they see pictures like this is how they were captured. The pictures look like they were taken by someone floating in the air, and that's what happened.

Photographer Lewis Hine was brought in to document the construction of the Empire State Building, and as construction progressed, he had to figure out new ways to capture workers and the building. Hyde stood in a specially designed basket that loomed 1,000 feet above Fifth Avenue and took photographs of the building as well as "work pictures" of workers.

A man promoting himself during the Great Depression. (1930)


The Great Depression completely ruined the American spirit. The stock market crash of October 1929 wiped out millions of investors, and it immediately halted factory jobs, ensuring that farms had no way of selling their goods. If you had a job during the Great Depression you were lucky.

The fellow in this photo embodies the many Americans of the time who were exquisitely skilled but not kind. Not that he could raise and even do the work of a picker, he had three children to take care of. The people did their best during the recession, and another war had to be waged to get the country out of it.

90-year-old grandmother in Czech Republic spends time artistically painting houses



Aneska Kasperkova is a 90-year-old woman who lives in the Czech village of Lauka and spends her time painting beautiful murals at the homes of her neighbors. After retiring from agricultural work he began to practice his artistry with high quality paints, guided by the images he saw in his head as a guide.

Even though these Moravian paintings in blue-ultramarine are truly a sight to behold, Kasperkova is humble about her talent.

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