Irish Woman Violet Gibson Who Shot Mussolini in the Face

On April 7, 1926, 50-year-old Dublin woman Violet Gibson shot Benito Mussolini, Italy’s fascist leader, in the face. Violet Gibson’s prison ID card made shortly after her 1926 arrest. Historians now speculated...

 

What Arcades Looked Like Before Video Games

In the days before video games and online gaming, amusement arcades were the thing. People of all ages with plenty of time to kill and a few coins in their pockets can be seen inside the arcade skipping through skee ball...

 

The Early Days of NASA in this Rare Collection of Photos (1960s)

As a result of the space race between USA and the Soviet Union in the 1950s, NASA was created in 1958. After some setbacks and failed rocket launches, the first U.S. satellite, Explorer 1, reached orbit on January 31, 1958....

 

30 Music Album Covers in the Past That Are Too Weird for Words

Never judge a music album but its cover. Or maybe we should, at least for laughs. Sometimes artists just miss the mark, and laughter is good. For whatever reason though, we’re so happy to give you this incredible compilation...

 

Cold War Fallout Shelters in the Event of a Nuclear Attack (23 photos)

At the height of the Cold War, the civilian populations were trained just what to do in the event of a nuclear attack — run to their fallout shelter! Or at least take cover in a building bearing a yellow fallout shelter...

 

Tupac Wrote These 4 Beautiful Poems When He Was 17

Music is a universal language. Even if we can’t understand a single word in the lyrics, the melody or beat is enough to make a connection with the song. But when it comes to Tupac’s music, the connection is with...

 
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