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Thinking critically with photographs. Pictures have been accessed through the Twitter account of @ HistoricalPics. Tearful farewell between 2 brothers separated by the 38 th parallel. Resistance to Modernization in China. What do you think is happening here?. NYC Skateboarders 1960s.

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Thinking critically with photographs

Pictures have been accessed through the Twitter account of @HistoricalPics


Tearful farewell between 2 brothers separated by the 38th parallel


Resistance to Modernization in China


What do you think is happening here?


NYC Skateboarders 1960s


Golf with Fidel


The London Underground


Parents supporting their children’s choices


Young boy salutes his fathers’ grave


Northern Ireland, paratroopers encounter children out playing


Arnold in NYC for the first time


Dangerous Golf


Who is the guy on the right?


The Idealism of the Spanish Civil War


Di Caprio showing off his acting skills


The original MGM lion


Mussolini in Abyssinia


Everyone survived


Permanent shadow after Hiroshima


Keep Calm and Carry On


Grand Theft Auto has changed quite a bit


Was the 1950s the coolest decade of all time?


15th century cat left a mark


How the credits for Star Wars was shot


Japan in the early 20th century


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