Jul 14 2012
During the spring of 1945 the allies were at the footsteps of Berlin. Many high ranking generals went underground in their fortified bunker to seek protection against the allied offensive. Photos by Sergey Anashkevitch.
Jul 6 2012
Take a look at this collection of rare photos that is sure to blow you away!
Jun 22 2012
It's awesome being able to see how leaders in the past have used propaganda and censorship – this makes you really wonder what happens in the government today. This is a 5 image comparison of some popular censored images that were altered during Stalin's rule of the USSR.
May 19 2012
A sweet blast from the past, enjoy these high quality scans!
May 16 2012
Looking at historical photos is amazing, and it is even better when they are in colour. Take a look at this set from LIFE magazine archives showing the life in London during World War 2.
May 10 2012
Around 1905 Sergey envisioned an immense plan to document the vast land of the Russian Empire. He wanted to apply recently emerging technological advances in colour photography to document the vast and diverse history, culture and modernization of the Empire.
Apr 2 2012
It's almost hard to believe that these photos are not actual photographs from war time. This took place on February 26th, 2012 in Kiev, Ukraine. It is a festival to celebrate those who fought bravely for the motherland. Very amazing to see such organization, to arrange an event of this size! All photos by firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mar 2 2012
One of the most internationally recognized symbols of San Francisco, California, and of the United States - this bridge took long 4 years to build but was instantly recognized for its iconic look. This bridge is also considered to be one of the Wonders of the World.
Jan 11 2012
Straight from the archives at LIFE Magazine, these are very rare and mostly colour photos of Nazi Germany at its height prior to WW2. The number of people in these photographs supporting the Fascist regime is simply jaw dropping!
Dec 2 2011
"These photographs of Tower Bridge being constructed have been unveiled after a stash of hundred-year-old photos were found in a skip. The 50 sepia pictures, the most recent of which date back to 1892, reveal in incredible detail the ingenuity behind one of the capital's most popular tourist destinations."