Photographs of the past are one of the few ways to connect from the past… the history. These black and white images teaches us how they lived, how was life back then and how the war changed the life of everyone on Earth. Isn’t amazing to see how these old photos would look like in colors? Maybe we can glimpse of what’s life back then without the modern technology we have now? And maybe then we can appreciate them more for their sacrifices. And it would be a great honour to them!
This is how they will look if these historical photos were taken in colors!
1. An unemployed lumber worker and his wife (1939) the tattoo in his arm is his social security number. done by Mads Madsen | photo by Dorothea Lange
2. Hindenburg Disaster (1937) done by Dana Keller
3. Albert Einstein enjoying the summer sun (1939) done by Paul Edwards
4. British troops (1939) done by reddit /u/ BenAffleckIsAnOKActor
5. Elizabeth Taylor (1956) done by reddit /u/ Malakon | photo by Frank Worth Photo
6. Boy in Baltimore (1938) done by Jordan J Lloyd
7. Young boy and his toy in London (1945) done by Andreas Larsson | photo by Toni Frissell
8. Thich Quang Duc’s self-immolation (1963) done by Sanna Dullaway
9. Kissing the war goodbye (1945) done by Sanna Dullaway
10. Big Jay McNeely (1953) done by reddit /u/ traquea | photo by Bob Willoughby
12. Charlie Chaplin, 27-years-old (1916) done by reddit /u/ BenAfleckIsAnOkActor
13. Crossroads Atomic Detonation done by Sanna Dullaway
14. Car crash in Washington D.C (1921) done by Sanna Dullaway | Facebook
15. The view from the Capitol in Nashville, Tennessee during the Civil War (1864). done by Sanna Dullaway | Facebook
16. Louisville, Kentucky (1937) done by Sanna Dullaway | Facebook
17. Steve Jobs (1985) done by reddit /u/ photojacker
18. Newspaper boy sells the breaking news the next day after the Titanic sinks (April 1, 1912) done by Dana Keller | via reddit /u/ classixx
19. Girls deliver ice (1918) done by Dana Keller | via reddit /u/ klassixx
20. Easter Eggs for Hitler (1944-1945) via reddit /u/ zuzahin
We were lucky now that we lived in the modern age. We didn’t have to experience what hardship they went through to make us new generation lived in much easier way.