Here are some rare historical photos that will show you how much our world has changed.
Blowing dust from a painting in a Polish museum, 1920-1930.
This woman, who was 20 years old in 1923 is still alive (Currently Kate Tanaka, she is the oldest person in the world)
Greek children at Edessa, 1900.
A woman, whose mother was a Holocaust survivor, hits a skinhead during a march in a Swedish city, 1985.
Inmates of the Mauthausen concentration camp located in Upper Austria, where many human medical experiments were tested, 1944.
The discovery of the statue of antinous in delphi, greece in 1894 (This photo has been digitally colored).
Elvis Presley in the Army, 1958.
World War I: A German soldier and his dog in gas masks in northern Germany, 1916.
Three hostages (and one of their kidnappers) detained in the vault of the Kreditbanken bank in Stockholm, Sweden, on August 27, 1973 (this is the robbery that gave rise to the term "Stockholm Syndrome")
Bosnian soldier plays the piano in a destroyed school.
Mostar, Bosnia, 1992
Tourists cool off in one of the Giza pyramids in 1938.
Miss Kate Hobart's classroom. November 11, 1892, Horace Mann School. (Boston, United States)
Italian logistics in the Alps during the First World War (1915)
Lina Medina became the youngest mother in history when she gave birth at age 5, 1939.
The laying of the first electrical cables on Baldwin Street, Bristol, 1893.
World War II: A very lucky British soldier shows his damaged helmet, 1917.