Thousands of amusing events have occurred in the history. While some of them are related to love, others are associated with hatred and bigotry. Such events are not composed by any creative thinkers but are produced with sole observations and luck. Looking back such candid pictures will surely paint a picture of yester-world. Here are some of the selections that were have compiled.
The transmitter was an advanced version of Tesla Coil Transmitter that could generate high voltages.
In 1967, Sweden changed from driving on the left side to driving on the right.
Trams were withdrawn and were replaced by buses. More than 1,000 buses with doors on the right-hand side were purchased. Some 8,000 old buses were retrofitted in order to provide doors on both sides.
The photo popularly known as ‘The Kiss of Life’ was taken by American photographer Rocco Morabito in 1967. He won Pulitzer Prize for Spot News Photography. Randall G. champion who was unconscious after contracting a low voltage was revived by J.D.Thomson, fellow lineman, by giving mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. The photo was published all around the world.
Annette was an Australian professional swimmer, film actress, business owner and a vaudeville star. She was the first woman to wear a one-piece bathing costume who inspired many. She was arrested for indecency.
After 1 and half year, they became superstars.
Presley served in the United States Army between March 1958 and March 1960. After his release from the service, he earned a larger fan based among an old age music lovers ̶ thanks to his military service.
Women would be fined is they were too short.
Dali was a prominent Spanish surrealist painter. Welch is an American actress and singer.
The British Columbia Regiment were marching down 18th Street at the Columbia Street Intersection, Warren "Whitey" Bernard ran away from his mother to his father, Private Jack Bernard, while Dettloff was taking the photo.
Hepburn was a British actress and humanitarian.
Parfett later served as a British soldier of World War I. The picture was taken in Central London, England.
Under the slogan "Drink Fresh," vans toured the streets and salesmen distributed samples to adults and children, in what Coke now calls "La révolution du froid" (The cold revolution).