Category: History

Franta And Flapper – Fashion Era Of Jazz In The 1920s

The Art Museum of Fashion and Textile Museum in London opened an exhibition of photos 1920s Jazz Age Fashion & Photographs, devoted to the jazz era that followed the First World War. The era was characterized by significant social changes, including sexual liberation and emancipation of women, which is reflected in the clothes of the period. The exhibition presents photographs from private collections and archive James Abbe Archive.

Franta And Flapper - Fashion Era Of Jazz In The 1920s

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Gina Lollobrigida – The Most Desirable Actress Of The 1950s

Gina Lollobrigida represents the Golden Age of Italian cinema. Her fame spread like an epidemic among people, and she was imitated by millions of womens. The eternal optimist, who managed to realize themselves and film career after sunset. Gina Lollobrigida was born in 1927 in a poor family with many children. Looking is not the incredible beauty of the girls, her predicted a wealthy bride and serene life housewife. Initially, Gina thought about the actress’s career, despite the fact that her sister worked in the studios of Statistics. She studied drawing, dabbled in singing. One day, the mother insisted that Jean participated in a beauty contest. It took only a second, but it was seen the film industry figures.

Gina Lollobrigida - The Most Desirable Actress Of The 1950s

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Madam C. J. Walker – The First In America, African American Millionaire

Madam C. J. Walker is also known as Sarah Breedlove. And she was African-American businesswomen, philanthropist, and politician and public figures. And she was the first woman in America, who has become a millionaire and one of the richest African-American women, solely because of their abilities and hard work. Sarah Breedlove was born December 23, 1867 near the town of Delta in Louisiana in the family of Owen and Minerva (Anderson) Breedlove. The family was large: in addition to Sarah was still five children (the eldest sister of Louvain and four brothers: Alexander, James Solomon and Owen, Jr.). Interestingly, Sarah first child in a family that was born after the signing of the Emancipation Proclamation (her brothers and sisters had to work with parents on Bernie plantation).

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Rare WWII Pictures In Color

The inventory of Photoshop is the Greatest attainment of the Human Mind in last few decades. Here are some interesting historical pictures of WWII which are filled with color by photoshop.

Rare WWII Pictures In Color
Downed “Spitfire”

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