21 Historical Photos That Prove The World Has Changed Dramatically

School dance in the 1950s

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Just imagine how fast our world is changing! Even 50 years ago life was very different. Online banking and portable computers didn’t exist, and fashion didn’t change that fast. Maybe that’s why nowadays it is so interesting to see vintage photos. They always seem to put that nostalgic, cute smile on our faces.

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Getting a facial from an ice machine, the 1950s

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Parade of athletes, 1938

History of Russia and its people / vk

Nonresident alien border ID, 1943

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Futuristic car design by Bob Riley

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Vladimir Zworykin demonstrates the electronic television in 1929

Smithsonian Institution / commons.wikimedia.org

A stewardess takes a cheetah for a walk at the Amsterdam airport in 1961

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Atlas space station in 1958

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NASA scientists pose with their board of calculations

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United Air Lines in 1930

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Apple’s first product, invented by Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak

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Contestants in the 1930 Miss Lovely Eyes beauty pageant in Florida are wearing masks to obscure the rest of their faces

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Wives and members of the Philadelphia Elks are at a gym exercise class in 1930

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Getting a pilot’s license in the 1940s

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Children sleep in the open air after lunch at a maternity hospital in Moscow in 1958

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First selfie, 1900

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An audience wearing special glasses watches a 3D “stereoscopic film” at the Telekinema on the South Bank in London during the Festival of Britain in 1951

The National Archives UK / commons.wikimedia.com

Permanent Wave Machine, 1935

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Futuristic technologies from the past

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Atomic nuclear crater after nuclear testing

Atomic Energy Commission / commons.wikimedia.com

Dancing classes in the Soviet Union

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Bonus: Berlin in 1945 and today

Michael M. Dean (Canada. Dept. of National Defence/Ministère de la défense nationale) / commons.wikimedia.com / depositphotos

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