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What We Loved This Week, Nov. 13 – 19

What We Loved This Week, Nov. 13 – 19

Vintage NYC cab scenes, rockstars backstage, German soldiers just before WWII, inside an American militia, the world's cultures a century ago.
The Forgotten Holocaust: Heartbreaking Photos From The Armenian Genocide

The Forgotten Holocaust: Heartbreaking Photos From The Armenian Genocide

Its perpetrators killed 1.5 million people and still won't officially accept responsibility.
This Spanish Town Pelts A Monster With Turnips During The Jarramplas Festival

This Spanish Town Pelts A Monster With Turnips During The Jarramplas Festival

It's part of the Jarramplas Festival, and no one really understands how it started.
One-Of-A-Kind Scenes From Thailand’s Monkey Buffet Festival

One-Of-A-Kind Scenes From Thailand’s Monkey Buffet Festival

Turns out the party is also great for business.
Real-Life Rosie The Riveters: The Factory Women Who Helped The US Win World War II

Real-Life Rosie The Riveters: The Factory Women Who Helped The US Win World War II

Who knows how WW2 would have played out had it not been for these women.
What We Loved This Week, Nov. 6 – 12

What We Loved This Week, Nov. 6 – 12

Grimy vintage New York scenes, the world's reaction to Trump's win, Nat Geo's most wild and beautiful locales, bizarre Russian psychotherapy, and rare historical photos.
The World At The Turn Of The 20th Century — As Seen From One Legendary Geographer

The World At The Turn Of The 20th Century — As Seen From One Legendary Geographer

From Brazilian head hunters to Indian snake charmers, one photographer's tour around the world.
Get To Know Asia’s Mid-Autumn Festival In These Stunning Photos

Get To Know Asia’s Mid-Autumn Festival In These Stunning Photos

22 stunning photos that prove we've been doing harvest celebrations all wrong.
Freddie Mercury’s Larger-Than-Life Career In 31 Photos

Freddie Mercury’s Larger-Than-Life Career In 31 Photos

Experience the unbeatable charisma of rock's greatest frontman.
Inside Turn-Of-The-Century New York’s Immigrant Slums

Inside Turn-Of-The-Century New York’s Immigrant Slums

Millions of immigrants spread across the U.S. — hundreds of thousands took up residence in New York City.
What We Loved This Week, Oct. 30 – Nov. 5

What We Loved This Week, Oct. 30 – Nov. 5

London's swinging '60s, stunning aquatic animals, vintage '80s mall scenes, iconic Johnny Cash images, and powerful child labor photos.