These Colorized Images Redefine the Meaning of History

Color is an integral part of understanding the world around you. Without color, visuals lose context and depth. The following images were originally black and white, but digital editors were able to colorize these photos from the early 20th century. If you’ve ever been curious about what history would have looked like in color, now is your chance to see the past from a brand new perspective…

Room on the Titanic

Rooms aboard the Titanic were nothing to scoff at. For the first-class passengers, no expense was spared. The interior of the boat looked more like a palace. The wealthiest passengers were able to purchase tickets for several suites that were connected to one another; they could then open the interconnecting doors to create one enormous suite.


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The More You Know

  • Adolf Hitler once owned a mansion in Hollywood that he never stepped foot in.
  • Adolf Hitler was the first to initiate the ban on human zoos.
  • Apollo 17 astronaut Harrison Schmitt was allergic to moon dust.
  • The needle at the top of the Empire State Building was originally intended as an anchor for blimps.
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