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20 Very Interesting Photos From The '30s

20 Very Interesting Photos From The '30s
I love old photos because this is the only way I can really see our history. I like to check out the details such as clothing, decorations or food products because is not only interesting to see their habits but also how these evolved during decades or centuries. The images below were taken in the ’30s in various circumstances from an ice-skating scene and all the way to a legendary image with Stalin fooling around. I hope that you like them as much as I do. Young skater with safety cushion Dutch boy with a pillow strapped on his backside in order to soften the falling on ice while skating. Cabaret Dancers Cabaret dancers wearing fake mustaches. Einstein with Einstein Puppet The photo was taken by Harry Burnett at Cal Tech in Pasadena where Albert Einstein was teaching. Public Call A photograph of the making of a programme by the BBC about driving errors, taken by Saidman in 1939 for the Daily Herald. Stalin pulling a face at his bodyguard Stalin is captured in this photograph by Lt. Baby Cage

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