3. Greasley defiantly confronts Heinrich Himmler
5. Hitler’s food taster tells of poisoning fears
7. Dr. Death performing experiments on children
8. Family jumps out of building after apartment caught fire. Boston Fire. 1976.
9. French women publicly humiliated
A Young Adolf Hitler
Bat-Man Paratroopers 1942
The most potent argument for vaccination. A man infected with smallpox during the 1881 epidemic.
Burning money during the inflation crisis in Germany, 1920. Paper money was cheaper than coal and wood.
The results of Congenital Syphilis before penicillin was discovered.
Moody Jacobs shows a giant bruise on the side his patient, Ann Hodges, after she became the only person in history to have been struck by a meteorite.
The Telefontornet, which connected 5,000 phone lines in Stockholm.
Ilse Koch, the “bitch of Buchenwald”, in captivity. Her atrocities involved making human skin lampshades.
Abandoned asylum from the early 1900s.
This disembodied head was kept as a relic of the first “possessed” nun.
The severe effects of shellshock, what we now know as PTSD, on a WWI soldier.
The mummified heart of Auguste Delagrange, a purported vampire. After being accused of killing over 40 people at the turn of the last century, he was finally killed in 1912. They even pierced his heart with a stake, seen here.
Old photo of strange taxidermy jewelry.
Before the advent of Tinder and Match.com, Woodsmen in Montana put out an advertisement.
Little Girl With Her Doll Sitting In The Ruins Of Her Bombed Home, London, 1940.
Hitler looking at the Gustav Railway gun (1942)
1945 – German POWs weep and sit in disgust as they watch footage shot at a German concentration camp.
Soviet soldiers stand dumfounded at a large pile of human ashes found at the Majdanek concentration camp in 1944.
Body of frozen Soviet soldier propped up by Finnish fighters to intimidate Soviet troops (1939)
A victim of the Hiroshima atomic explosion (1951)