10th Armored Division United States in the German city of Saarburg. February 22, 1945.In the foreground, an abandoned German 75-mm anti-tank gun PaK 40.
/r/ColorizedHistoryNorman Rockwell (1894-1978) Marriage Counselor, 1963 Reference Photo.
/r/ColorizedHistoryHenry Ford in his 1896 Quadricycle during a visit to Detroit - July 30, 1942
/r/ColorizedHistoryAlbert Einstein wearing his Levi's "Menlo Cossack" leather jacket - 1938
/r/ColorizedHistory"The youngest American to be sentenced to death and executed" - George Junius Stinney Jr. - 1944
/r/ColorizedHistoryHappy International Cat Day! To celebrate, here's some colorized versions of Harry Frees' Cats Pictures from 1914.
/r/ColorizedHistoryOffiziersstellvertreter Edmund Nathanael (18 December 1889 – 11 May 1917) was a World War I flying ace credited with 15 aerial victories.
/r/ColorizedHistoryOtto von Bismarck died on this day in 1898.
/r/ColorizedHistoryFlight-Lieutenant R H A Lee, after being awarded the DSO and DFC, and Flying Officer K H Blair, after being awarded the DFC, by King George VI at RAF Hornchurch, Essex. 27 July 1940
/r/ColorizedHistorySir Alfred Joseph Hitchcock, 'The Master of Suspense', date unknown
/r/ColorizedHistoryTsarevich Alexei Nikolaevich Romanov aboard the Imperial yacht Polar Star, c.1907
/r/ColorizedHistoryFw 190A-8, Melsbroek, Belgium. Works No. 175140, 6 + – (Brown outlined in black). Burnt and looted. September/October 1944
/r/ColorizedHistoryBoy seated in the wreckage of a building after a bombing raid of London during World War II. Photo by Toni Frissell.
/r/ColorizedHistoryDining with Hans von Luck. A photo caption in the album reads: “With Tommy flyers at Fécamp, 12 Juni 1940”.
/r/ColorizedHistory𝗛𝗮𝗽𝗽𝘆 𝟰𝘁𝗵 𝗼𝗳 𝗝𝘂𝗹𝘆 ! - Women in a "tableau" pose, imitating Henry Mosler’s painting, "The Birth of the Flag" - 1917
/r/ColorizedHistoryA knocked out British tank with dead German soldiers next to it in Herenthage Park after the Battle of Langemarck, 1917.
/r/ColorizedHistoryA Halberstadt CL.II possibly of Schutzstaffel 27b. The Fuselage cross insignia (with white borders) was officially used from 29 October 1916 until 17 march 1918. As such this photograph was most likely taken in early 1918.
/r/ColorizedHistoryProfumo affair - Christine Margaret Keeler (22 February 1942 – 4 December 2017) was an English model and topless showgirl.
/r/ColorizedHistoryTroops from the 101st Airborne with full packs and a bazooka, in a C-47 just before take-off from RAF Upottery Airfield to Normandy, France for “Operation Chicago". June 5, 1944.
/r/ColorizedHistoryHenry Behrens, the smallest man in the world dances with his pet cat in the doorway of his Worthing home, 1956.
/r/ColorizedHistoryLieutenants Bobby de la Tour, Don Wells, John Vischer & Bob Midwood of the 22nd Independent Parachute Company, set their watch on June 5, 1944 at RAF Harwell Base.
/r/ColorizedHistoryGeneral Dwight D. Eisenhower addresses American paratroopers prior to D-Day.
/r/ColorizedHistoryLCT with barrage balloons afloat, unloading supplies on Omaha for the break-out from Normandy.
/r/ColorizedHistoryMartha Gellhorn, The Only Woman Who Landed in Normandy on D-Day
/r/ColorizedHistoryBritish Prime Minister Winston Churchill & U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt in Marrakesh, French Morocco, 24 January 1943, following the Casablanca Conference.
/r/ColorizedHistoryA group of British SAS soldiers on patrol in Northern Africa, 1943
/r/ColorizedHistoryJune 17, 1944 Eyes Alert Navy men aboard a landing craft.
/r/ColorizedHistoryThe Romanov children: Olga, Tatiana, Maria, Anastasia and Alexei. Sofia Tyutcheva, the girls’ governess, is also in the picture. She was fired by Alexandra for spreading gossip about Rasputin.
/r/ColorizedHistoryBouncing Bomb Inventor Sir Barnes Neville Wallis (26 September 1887 – 30 October 1979)
/r/ColorizedHistoryNorman Rockwell After the Prom - Reference photo 1957.