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  • Mexico and its people, cities, ruins and traditions in the 60`s.

  • King Hussein of Jordan at a press conference in Amman 1970.

  • Yasser Arafat leader of the Palestinian nationalist movement Al Fatah and Kamal Nasser guerrilla spokesman at a press conference in Amman, Jordan in 1970. A group of Fatah fighters. Members of the Palestine Liberation Organisation PLO. Fatah has been closely identified with the leadership of his founder Yasser Arafat.

  • Life on the Nile River in 1977, Pyramids of Giza, Abu Simble, Zawiyat Al Amwat,

  • Volcano eruption on Heimaey Island in Iceland on 23 January 1973. The volcano spew ashes, stones and lava until July 1973.

  • The Indra Jatra Festival is one of Kathmandu's largest street festivals in honor of the Hindu god Indra, the god of rain and king of heaven, during the month of September in Kathmandu, Nepal. Nepalese carry out the traditional masked dances. In many temples of Kathmandu valley, buffaloes, goats, roosters, lambs, nuts and other tributes are sacrificed to the gods and goddesses. At the end of Indra rituals, those offerings will be distributed to the crowds.

  • Opera singer Maria Callas giving a concert in Hamburg, Germany in 1959.

  • Yom Kippur War, also known as the 1973 Arab-Israel War, was a war fought by a coalition of Arab states led by Egypt and Syria against Israel from October 6-25, 1973. The war began when the Arab coalition launched a surprise attack on Israel on Yom Kippur, the holiest day in Judaism.

  • Louis Armstrong Funeral. Family and friends pay their last respects at the open casket late July 8th in the 7th Regiment Armory on Park Avenue in New York City. Armstrong will be buried July 9th at the Corona Congregational Church in Queens.

  • The Into Raymi Festival is held in Cuzco (Cusco) and Sacsayhuaman every year on June 24th. The ceremony marks the beginning of the Inca new year and it is dedicated to the Sun God, Into. The event includes ceremonial dances, but in ancient times there also were animal sacrifices, offerings to the gods.

  • Tribe in Papua New Guinea

  • Refugees who fled Vietnam by boat and ship after the Vietnam War, especially during 1978 and 1979, but continuing until the early 1990s.The number of boat people leaving Vietnam and arriving safely in another country totalled almost 800,000 between 1975 and 1995. Many of the refugees failed to survive the passage, facing danger and hardship from pirates, over-crowded boats, and storms.

  • Sammy Davis Jr in Japan 1963. Concert for the U.S. Army. He was a big photography fan and was visiting the Canon Factory in Tokyo.

  • Russian Orthodox Church. Religious service, ceremonies, rites in churches in and around Moscow. One of them the Trinity Lavra of St. Sergius, the most important Russian monastery and spiritual center of the Russian Orthodox Church. Located in the town of Zagorsk, which was renamed in 1991 as Sergiyev Posad.

  • Elvis Presley as a US Soldier Stationed in West Germany walking off an army troop ship in Bremerhaven on October 1, 1958. He was 23 years old. It was his first (and only!) trip beyond North America, courtesy of his local draft board in Memphis, Tennessee. His 17-month stay in Germany would be a pivotal period in his life and career.

  • Le Mans 24 hours Grand Prix Endurance sports car race. Held annually since 1923 near the town of Le Mans, France, Circuit de la Sarthe

  • Mongolian Nomads in their every days life. These nomads devote all their day to caring after their animals, watching over, milking and shearing them to produce felt, felt clothes, cheese and other dairy products. The traditional Mongolian clothing is the deel. The Mongolian deal is supremely well adapted to the conditions of life on the steppe and the daily activities of pastoral nomads, where it is not only ideal for riding but it is also used for such things as a bedroll when camping on the steppes. They live in Yurts the Mongolian felt tent called Ger. It is easily dismountable and transportable. That is very important for nomads during their regular migrations.Any nomad can ride as well as he or she can walk. The small Mongolian horses…

  • Mourners at the funeral of Egyptian president Gamal Abdel Nasser 1st of Oktober 1970, follow his coffin through the streets of Cairo. 5 million people attended the funeral.