Let It Go by dana klein / 500px
the person's arms are showing high spirits as she/he is opening out to the world, I think of this because high spirited people are open to sharing their feelings.
Were American Soldiers Compassionate during the Vietnam War?
You decide...A Picture is worth a thousand words... Thank you for acknowledging our efforts [Viet Thuc Forum & Readers] to honor the young American soldiers who fought for the freedom of others [in Vietnam] and have shown the “humane and compassionate side” during their “tour of duty”. War is not only a conflict justification, but…
Britain's slumdogs: The ragged and filthy East End children of just 100 years ago living a life of grime
Just like mum and dad: A little girl stirs the pot while a boy considers his whiskers and his future
Britain's child slaves: They started at 4am, lived off acorns and had nails put through their ears for shoddy work. Yet, says a new book, their misery helped forge Britain
U.K. Industrial Revolution, XIX Century. Child chimney sweeps often had to crawl through holes only 18in wide - and cruel masters would light fires to make them climb faster. Many fell to their deaths
30 Shocking Photos Of Child Labor Between 1908 And 1916
Date: February 1911. Location: Port Royal, South Carolina. Josie (6 years old), Bertha (6 years old), Sophie (10 years old), were all shuckers at the Maggioni Canning Co.
Photographs that stunned the world: vintage Pulitzer winners
From toddlers disrupting street parades to plane crash near-misses and JFK, these historic award-winning images capture moments of beauty, horror and despair
The Women Who Sang Their Way Out Of Jail
You load sixteen tons, what do you get? Another day older and deeper in debt. Saint Peter, don’t you call me, ’cause I can’t go; I owe my soul to the company store. Sixteen Tons, …
Portraits of the Spitalfields Nippers taken by photographer in book
Their boots barely hang together. Their clothes are ragged hand-me-downs. And for most a hot bath is a distant memory. These London youngsters lived amid deprivation, violence and squalor.
The child labour photos that led to change
Lewis Hine's photographs of young children working in cotton mills and coal mines helped convince US lawmakers in the early 20th century to introduce new regulations.
Before Smartphones When Kids Had Real Fun
Kids today might find this hard to believe, but there really was a period in time when smartphones didn't exist. But how did they entertain themselves?. How did they survive without instant and constant access to hilarious videos of cats being cats and people failing at stuff? Well, actually, they managed just fine.
Life is beautiful
boys-of-the-past: “ boys-of-the-past: “ News boy - Mobile, Alabama ” Just noticed that this photo has been shared from my Tumblr to Pinterest the most. ”