40 photos of the strongest of the century
A collection of iconic photos of the last 100 years, which demonstrate grief of loss and the triumph of the human spirit.
Photo, left, and always will leave an indelible mark on the soul of every person. Many photographers have achieved what they can not still get any cinematographer - is imprinted on the eternal memory of those fractions of seconds that shook and turned the world, forced to experience feelings, smile and even shudder at the very world in which we are all with you live.
The iconic photograph of an unknown rebel who stood in front of a column of Chinese tanks. Tiananmen, 1989.
Three sisters, three "interval" of time, three photos.
Two legendary captain Bobby Moore and Pele exchanging shirts as a sign of mutual respect. FIFA World Cup, 1970.
An eight-year Christian accepts flag during a memorial service for his father. Who was killed in Iraq just weeks before he was to return home.
Veteran around the tank t34-85, where he fought in the Great Patriotic War.
Romanian child hands a balloon Police employee during the protest in Bucharest.
Ray Lewis Police captain arrested for what he had participated in the protests on Wall Street in 2011.
The monk next to an elderly man who died suddenly, waiting for the train in Shanxi Taiyuan, China.
A dog named "Leao" sitting for two days at the tomb owner, who died in terrible landslides. Rio de Janeiro, January 15, 2011.
African American athletes Tommie Smith and John Carlos raised their fists in a gesture of solidarity. Olympic Games, 1968.
Jewish prisoners at the time of their release from the camp. 1945.
The funeral of President John F. Kennedy, which took place on November 25, 1963, the day John F. Kennedy Jr. Birthday.
Worldwide broadcast footage where John Kennedy Jr. salutes his father's coffin.
The Christians protect Muslims during prayer. Egypt, 2011.
The man from North Korea (right) waving South Koreans from a bus crying after a family meeting at Mount Kumgang, October 31, 2010. They were separated by the 1950-53 war.
Dog met with its owner after the tsunami in Japan. 2011.
"Wait for me, Daddy" - Photo Shelf march of British Columbia. The five-year Warren "Whitey" Bernard ran away from his mother to his father, an ordinary Jack Bernard, with a cry of "Wait for me, Daddy." Photo was widely known, was published in "Life", hung in every school of British Columbia during the war and has been used in the production of military bonds.
The priest Luis Padilla and soldiers, wounded by a sniper during the uprising in Venezuela.
Australian kisses his Canadian girlfriend. Canadians rioted after the Vancouver Canucks sports team lost the Stanley Cup.
The mother and son in Concord, Alabama, near their home, which was completely destroyed by a tornado. April 2011
The guy looks a family album that found in the rubble of his old home, after the earthquake in Sichuan.
Phyllis Siegel, 76, and Connie Kopel, 84 years old. The first same-sex couple, marriage zaregistrirovshaya in Manhattan.
4-month-old girl after the Japanese tsunami.
French nationals at the entrance of the Nazis in Paris during the Second World War.
Soldier Horace Greasley confronts Heinrich Himmler during inspection of the camp in which he was imprisoned. Surprisingly, Grisli left the camp several times to meet with a German girl, with whom he was in love.
Firefighter gives water koala during forest fires. Australia in 2009.
The father of the deceased's son, at the memorial to 9/11. During the tenth annual ceremonies on the territory of the World Trade Center.
Jacqueline Kennedy to Lyndon Johnson's swearing in, when he took office the US President. Immediately after the death of her husband.
Tanisha Blevin, 5 years old, holding the hand of the victims of Hurricane Katrina, Neetu Lagarde, 105 years.
Girl on temporary isolation for the detection and treatment of radiation, looks at her dog through the window. Japan, in 2011.
Journalists Yong Lee and Laura Ling, who were arrested in North Korea and sentenced to hard labor for 12 years, reunited with their families in California. After a successful US diplomatic intervention.
Meeting of mother with her daughter after serving in Iraq.
A young pacifist Jane Rose Kesmir, with a flower on the bayonets of the guards at the Pentagon.
During a protest against the Vietnam War. 1967.
recently found a photo that shows a new angle act of protest, and now at the distance.
Man (stopping tanks) between the trees on the left.
Harold Vittlz hears for the first time in his life - the doctor just installed his hearing aid.
Helen Fisher kisses the hearse carrying the body of her 20-year-old cousin, Private Douglas Halliday.
The US Army, landed on the shore during the "D" day. Normandy, June 6, 1944.
The Prisoner of the Second World War, liberated by the Soviet Union, has met with his daughter.
Girl first time sees his father.
A soldier of the Sudan People's Liberation Army on parade rehearsal for Independence Day.
Greg Cook hugs his lost dog after she was found. Alabama, after a tornado in March 2012.
Photo taken by astronaut William Anders during the mission "Apollo 8". 1968.