Here are this week’s interesting historical photos. For part 337, click here.
1. Dr. Erich Salomon faked a broken arm so he could hide a camera in his cast to photograph the US Supreme Court, 1932.
2. The scene on the highway near Palermo after a bomb killed anti-mafia judge Giovanni Falcone, his wife, and three police escort agents on 23 May 1992.
The bombing was a terror attack by the Sicilian Mafia who placed 400 kg of explosives under the highway, in Sicily, Italy in 1992.
3. Prague residents throwing Molotov cocktails at a Soviet tank in Prague on 21 August 1968.
4. Rare photo of Kim Il-sung’s tumor on his neck, 1984.
5. 2 sisters selling flags during World War I to raise money for Indian soldiers, circa 1914-18.
6. Flying Officer Cristopher F. C. Lee in Vatican City, 1944, soon after the Liberation of Rome, destined to have a great acting career starting three years later.
7. John F. Kennedy Jr. salutes at the funeral of his father, President John F. Kennedy, Washington, USA, 1963.
8. Commuters in New York on the evening of 22 November 1963.
9. Colorized picture of an antifascist militia fighter in the Spanish Revolution of 1936.
10. British airmen dropping bombs by hand during 1st world war, 1914-1918.
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