Krista Miranda

By Krista Miranda

LifeBuzz Staff

15 Rare Historical Photos That You Won’t Find In History Books.

Even though history can definitely be an exciting subject to learn, there are some people who find it boring because of the way it's taught. The photos you'll soon see are so strange and rare, that they're sure to spark an interest in you to go out and learn about these periods of time and the people who lived in them.

Mail-Order Brides Wanted

Mail-Order Brides Wanted

Glacier National Park Photo Archives

Many people migrated to the western United States during the 19th century in hopes of finding new opportunities and fortune. But because it was uncharted territory, it was a very dangerous situation. There were very few women that felt that they were able to handle the wild west, so more often than not, men would advertise their need for wives to settle with.

Have you ever thought about how rich people kept in shape during the turn of the century?

The Rich Need To Exercise

The Rich Need To Exercise

Thomas Schmid

The Titanic is such a popular subject that it would seem like we know all about it. But did you know that there were gym facilities for the passengers in first-class? The ship had state-of-the-art equipment, including electric horses, parallel bars, rowing machines, and static bicycles.

We're willing to bet that you've never seen this historical figure quite like this.

The Devil Does Smile

The Devil Does Smile

Hugo Jaeger

This rare photo is of the heinous German dictator, Adolf Hitler, smiling while enjoying the tea he's having with Gertrud Deetz, the wife of Nazi politician Albert Forster. The photo was taken in 1937, during the time when Germany was controlled by the Nazi party and the Anti-Comintern Pact was signed with Italy and Japan.

It may be hard to sneak a camera into a concert these days, but imagine doing it in the 1930s.

Photographer Spy

Photographer Spy

Time

It's a longstanding tradition that cameras are not allowed into sessions of the United States Supreme Court. A brave woman snuck a camera in her purse, using a hole to make room for the lens, during a session in 1937.

The next picture is proof of the great lengths people went to so they could be safe in WWII.

Gas Masks For All

Gas Masks For All

Caters News

Chemical attacks during World War II were a serious concern for not only soldiers, but for people in cities like London. The government constantly conducted tear gas drills to residents could be prepared, and they also issued gas masks to every citizen. This baby stroller was made to keep babies safe just in case there was ever a chemical attack.

This next figure will inspire you if you ever feel like a failure.

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