Thich Quang Duc igniting himself on fire to protest South Vietnamese religious policy
This photograph was taken by Marilee Thomas of Beaver City, NE, about two miles from a Furnas County. The incredible photography shows her daughter Audra standing in front of a tornado in April 1989
Photographer Patrick Farrell captured this image of a young boy salvaging a stroller from his home after the devastating earthquake of 2008.
Vladimir Komarov knew he would die during this mission after he found an astounding 203 problems with the rocket. But he carried on anyways because he did not want the man who would replace him, his friend Yuri Gagarin, to die.
Israeli authorities ordered the evacuation of illegal outposts, such as Amona, in 2006. Oded Balilty was able to take this iconic photograph showing a woman fighting back.
Family Running From Tsunami
“All I could see was water and two of my boys clinging to the tops of trees.”
Columbine Class Picture
This was taken just a few weeks before the original deadly school shooting.
Female bodybuilders are always a strange sight. These little girls took that to a whole new level.
This two-year-old child was photographed being passed through barbed wire to his refugee family in Kosovo.
Woman Sets Herself on Fire in Tibet
She was part of a series of monks who set themselves on fire in protest.
A moment that shocked the world: President John F. Kennedy travels through the streets of Dallas moments before he was killed
Georges Blind, A Member Of The French Resistance, Smiling At A German Firing Squad, 1944
Kim Phuc, a Vietnamese girl is fleeing the scene of a napalm bombing by the U.S. military during the Vietnam War.
This Pulitzer Prize winning photograph was taken by Eddie Adams on 1st February, 1968. It shows the killing of a Vietcong rebel by the police chief of the city. The prisoner’s hands are tied as “Colonel” is about to pull the trigger.
The Hindenburg Disaster caught on camera on May 6, 1937
Nikola Tesla In His Laboratory, Sitting Behind His “Magnifying Transmitter”