1945 — V-J Day in Times Square/Alfred Eisenstaedt/The LIFE Picture Collection / Getty Images An American sailor passionately kisses a nurse as thousands jam into Times Square to celebrate the long-awaited victory over Japan in World War II.
Haze was convinced he would only go off to World War II for around 4 months, but ended up fighting for 4 years. This hardened him inside. He went into the war intending to go back and be a preacher like his grandfather, but came out an atheist.
"Have your wall, but my generation will tear it down," c. Photo credit: Does anyone know where this picture was taken or who took it? Remember the wall that separated a city? It, too, was eventually torn down.
I love this spot color for yellow because even though the picture of the boy is sad and kinda almost disturbing the flower make it seem insightful . As well as how we can tell that the picture is representing to like not focus on the bad but on the good n
March 1936 — "Migrant Mother" In March during the height of the Great Depression, photographer Dorothea Lange came across a camp of destitute campers and snapped this photo. Known as “Migrant Mother,” the photo came to define America’s Great D
My heart aches for him -- Robert Peraza, who lost his son Robert David Peraza, pauses at his son’s name at the North Pool of the Memorial during tenth anniversary ceremonies at the site of the World Trade Center on September in New York City.
12 haunting photos that capture how depression and anxiety can feel.
My anxious heart - Katie Crawford they keep telling me to breathe. i can feel my chest moving up and down. up and down. up and down. but why does it feel like i'm suffocating? i hold my hand under my nose, making sure there is air. i still can't breathe.