From extinct animals to the excavation of Pompeii, history is immortalized in the photographs your textbooks couldn't print. National Geographic makes certain global documentation more accessible, but have you seen one of the oldest surviving aerial pictures ever taken? Did you know moonshiners used special shoes shaped like hooves?
1. 1961: Excavations In Pompeii
2. C. 1944: Remnants Of A Kamikaze Plane On The HMS 'Sussex'
3. 1933: The Last Known Thylacine At The Hobart Zoo In Tasmania
4. 1958: Otto Frank, Anne Frank's Father, In The Attic Where He Hid With His Family During WWII