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We Didn’t Start the Fire | History Summary | Relevance to 1951

Rosenbergs:  Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were American communists arrested in 1950 and executed in 1953 for passing top-secret information about radar, sonar, jet propulsion engines, and valuable nuclear weapon designs; at that time the United States was the only country in the world with nuclear weapons. Relevance to 1951: The Rosenbergs were convicted of espionage

9 Timeless Celebrities Looks Then and Now

Smoldering Eyes Past: Elizabeth Taylor. Taylor’s shadow look remains the ne plus ultra of eye makeup. Present: Angelina Jolie. Redhead Bombshells Past: Rita Hayworth. Are you one of the chosen few with radiant red locks and a flawless, creamy complexion? Present: Christina Hendricks Überpretty Pixies Past: Twiggy. Not for those with tight, thick curls or

The History of Famous People of 1950s (30 pics)

There are many famous and influential people who came from different fields and became famous in 50’s generation. This is merely a short list of famous people from different walks of lives who make their mark in 1950s. Marilyn Monroe Real Name: Norma Jeane Mortenson or Baker Born: 6/1/26 in Los Angeles, California Died: 8/5/62

20 Best cemetery sculptures images

Opened in 1851, the cemetery is filled with artistic sculptures that leave us with questions about our own mortality and our relationship with death. Famous historical figures including Friedrich Nietzsche and Mark Twain are said to have been fascinated with the Staglieno, ruminating over life’s unanswered questions as they strolled through the hallowed grounds. In

The 10 Best Transformations of the Decade

From Angie to Katy, we’ve tracked a lot of major makeovers over the last ten years. Click through to check out our fave befores–Gaga au natural, long haired Rihanna, blond Ashlee Simpson–and their stunning afters! Angelina Jolie   Back in 2000 (left), Angelina Jolie walked on the wild side with Morticia Addams extensions, vampire-pale foundation

50 More Recreated Works of Art

People in lockdown are recreating classic works of art using only materials and items at hand, then posting on various websites dedicated to showing the results and the art works they are recreating . . .