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Silence Visible: This Is What the Sound of WWI’s Ceasefire ‘Looked’ Like

For a quite stark, simple image, this reproduction of a few seconds' worth of data on a century-old recording tape is remarkably eloquent -- and surprisingly moving

A Rip in the Iron Curtain: Photos From the Hungarian Revolution, 1956

Up Close and Personal With Apollo 11: A LIFE Photographer’s Story

‘The Luckiest Generation’: LIFE With Teenagers in 1950s America

The Photo That Changed the Face of AIDS


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Putting a Hex on Hitler: LIFE Goes to a ‘Black Magic’ Party

On a wet, windy evening in January 1941, a youthful band of idealists went to a cabin in the Maryland woods -- armed with drums, axes and lots of rum -- with one aim: "to kill Adolf Hitler by voodoo incantation."

Striptease Superstar: Rare and Classic Photos of Gypsy Rose Lee

World War I Posters: The Graphic Art of Propaganda

Ed Gein: Portrait of America’s Original ‘Psycho Killer’

See Early Photos of the Statue of Liberty Before It Came to NYC