20 Vintage Photos of Prohibition in Boston. Prohibition in the United States was a national ban on the sale, manufacture, and transportation of alcohol, in place from 1920 to 1933.
The ban was mandated by the Eighteenth Amendment to the Constitution, and the Volstead Act set down the rules for enforcing the ban and defined the types of alcoholic beverages that were prohibited. Prohibition ended with the ratification of the Twenty-first Amendment, which repealed the Eighteenth Amendment, on December 5, 1933. The introduction of alcohol prohibition and its subsequent enforcement in law was a hotly debated issue. The contemporary prohibitionists (“dries”) labeled this as the “Noble Experiment” and presented it as a victory for public morals and health. The consumption of alcohol overall went down by half in the 1920s; and it remained below pre-Prohibition levels until the 1940s. 1. 2. $175,000 in Liquor Seized by Coast Guard – Jan. 18, 1932 $175,000 in liquor seized in Dorchester Bay by Coast Guard men from Base 5. 3. 4. Captured: Great Depression Photos: America in Color 1939-1943. Posted Jul 26, 2010 Share This Gallery inShare324.
Historical Photography. Early 1900s in Colour. All around the world - Franny Wentzel - Thursday, May 6th, 2010 : goo [previous] :: [next] In the early part of the 20th century French-Jewish capitalist Albert Kahn set about to collect a photographic record of the world, the images were held in an 'Archive of the Planet'.
Before the 1929 stock market crash he was able to amass a collection of 180,000 metres of b/w film and more than 72,000 autochrome plates, the first industrial process for true colour photography www.albert-kahn.fr/english/ Autochrome was the first industrial process for true colour photography. Www.albertkahn.co.uk A few photos from the collection. Portraits Algeria Dahomey - now Benin Bosnia Brasil Bulgaria Cambodia Canada China Croatia Dijbouti Egypt England France Germany Greece Holland India Iran Iraq Ireland Italy King Faisal Lebenon Macedonia Mongolia Montenegro Morocco Norway Palestine. 40 Of The Most Powerful Photographs Ever Taken.
A moving collection of iconic photographs from the last 100 years that demonstrate the heartbreak of loss, the tremendous power of loyalty, and the triumph of the human spirit. Warning: Some of these will make you weep. Earthrise: A photo taken by astronaut William Anders during the Apollo 8 mission in 1968. Phyllis Siegel, 76, left, and Connie Kopelov, 84, both of New York, embrace after becoming the first same-sex couple to get married at the Manhattan City Clerk’s office in 2011.
John F. Kennedy Jr. salutes his father’s coffin along with the honor guard. A Russian war veteran kneels beside the tank he spent the war in, now a monument. Agim Shala, 2, is passed through a barbed wire fence into the hands of his grandparents at a camp run by United Arab Emirates in Albania as members of the Shala family are reunited after fleeing Kosovo. A dog is reunited with his owner following the tsunami in Japan in 2011. A French civilian cries in despair as Nazis occupy Paris during World War II. 42 Unseen Photos Of Child Labour in U.S History. Details Published on Wednesday, 19 March 2014 19:29 Happy Nowrouz to all friends, well-wishers and supporters of a free and democratic Iran and the Iranian Resistance movement.
Our best wishes to you in this coming year, and for a free Iran, where all vestiges of the current ruling regime's inhumane oppression, execution, torture, religious and gender based discrimination, export of terrorism, and support for dictators and oppressors around the world, will be washed away, and where Iranians will be free to enjoy the potential of their inalienable right to life, liberty, and prosperity. We also wish for the safety of the brave members of PMOI residing in Camp Liberty, who have sacrificed much to bring freedom and democracy to their beloved country and are today the source of inspiration for all Iranians.
Top 10 Pictures That Shocked The World. It has often been said throughout time that a picture is worth a thousand words.
Any picture may be worth a thousand words, but only a few rare photos tell more than a thousand words. They tell a powerful story, a story poignant enough to change the world and galvanize each of us. Over and over again… War Collections. Robert Kennedy's Assassination: Photos From Before and After June 5, 1968. How many times must we live through these throat-paralyzing sequences of days of gun play, grief and muffled drums?