Recently, network users have discovered a very interesting Twitter page, @histrorymoment.
As the name suggests, this page shares interesting images and sayings that have gone down in history. This is not really a place for people to keep past things, but a place to gather photos that show: Love, kindness and sincerity are invariably in time.
In 1929, a nervous boy expected his birthday present - a puppy!
Hachiko's last photo - The dog waits.Finally, after 9 years of looking forward to his employer, Hachiko also left far away in the pity of everyone.
The moment filled with happiness when the orphan boy received new shoes, in 1944.
Trumpeter Louis Armstrong plays a piece for his wife in the Giza pyramid, Egypt.
Eskimo girl with her loyal friend - a husky dog.The photos were around 1920s. Their eyes were pure, gentle but also tenacious in the cold Arctic.
A newborn sheep slept well next to the boy, in 1940.
Cats are expecting fishermen to return (and bring fresh fish)! Photo taken in an island of Greece in 1970. Greece is famous for having many wild cats protected by the government and animal organizations. Warm weather, abundant food and less being sterilized - these are the reasons why "army cats" in Greece develop strongly, but most of them love fishermen very much!
Marilyn Monroe without makeup, 1955.
When there was no smartphone . From the 1940s to the 1980s in the West was "the golden age of journalists and media tycoons".However, the golden age and those privileges are only for a certain group of people.Weak women and communities in society are rarely praised on newspapers or in newspapers.
Two friends on a double bike, around the 1890s. Charles B. Tripp was a Canadian-American artist. When there were not many devices to support people with disabilities, Charles still tried to do all the work in his daily life, also captured the popularity of American audiences through the performance and called "period " Meanwhile, Eli Bowen - acrobatic artist - is called the "legless wonder" of America.The picture above captures the two symbols of energy that drive the double bike together.