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The iconic photo of Tank Man, the unknown rebel who stood in front of a column of Chinese tanks in an act of defiance following the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989.

40 Of The Most Powerful Photographs Ever Taken

Tank Man, 1989 - The most iconic image of the Tiananmen Square massacre, this picture depicts the important “unknown rebel” standing in front of the tanks that threatened a peaceful protest in China. Jeff Widener snapped this image.

Never-Before-Seen Photos Of 20-Year-Old David Bowie Posing For His Debut Album Cover | Bored Panda

Never-Before-Seen Photos Of 20-Year-Old David Bowie Posing For His Debut Album Cover In 1967

The photos were taken in 1967 by photographer Gerald Fearnley who decided to show them to the world now, though one of the photos was used on the cover of Bowie's debut album. “He was very polite,” says Gerald Fearnley, who took these photographs of 20-year-old David Bowie in 1967. “I don’t remember how he ended up in my studio, but I was probably the only person he knew with a camera and a studio.

Never-Before-Seen Photos Of 20-Year-Old David Bowie Posing For His Debut Album Cover In 1967

In British photographer Gerald Fearnley captured an angel-faced music icon B. (before Ziggy).

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Never-Before-Seen Photos Of 20-Year-Old David Bowie Posing For His Debut Album Cover In 1967

English singer, songwriter and actor David Bowie stands for a photoshoot with photographer Gerald Fearnley circa photographs: Gerald Fearnley

Never-Before-Seen Photos Of 20-Year-Old David Bowie Posing For His Debut Album Cover | Bored Panda

Never-Before-Seen Photos Of 20-Year-Old David Bowie Posing For His Debut Album Cover In 1967

New exhibition: Snap Galleries unseen David Bowie Photographs by Gerald Fearnley open 16 Aug

The photos were taken in 1967 by photographer Gerald Fearnley who decided to show them to the world now, though one of the photos was used on the cover of Bowie's debut album. “He was very polite,” says Gerald Fearnley, who took these photographs of 20-year-old David Bowie in 1967. “I don’t remember how he ended up in my studio, but I was probably the only person he knew with a camera and a studio.

Never-Before-Seen Photos Of 20-Year-Old David Bowie Posing For His Debut Album Cover In 1967

In his new book, photographer Gerald Fearnley presents never-before-seen photos of his studio session with a David Bowie.

Never-Before-Seen Photos Of 20-Year-Old David Bowie Posing For His Debut Album Cover In 1967 | Bored Panda

Never-Before-Seen Photos Of 20-Year-Old David Bowie Posing For His Debut Album Cover In 1967

Before Ziggy: Rarely Seen Photographs of a Young David Bowie Posed for the Cover of His Debut Album ~ vintage everyday

David Bowie, 1967

Never-Before-Seen Photos Of 20-Year-Old David Bowie Posing For His Debut Album Cover In 1967

In his new book, photographer Gerald Fearnley presents never-before-seen photos of his studio session with a David Bowie.

The photos were taken in 1967 by photographer Gerald Fearnley who decided to show them to the world now, though one of the photos was used on the cover of Bowie's debut album. “He was very polite,” says Gerald Fearnley, who took these photographs of 20-year-old David Bowie in 1967. “I don’t remember how he ended up in my studio, but I was probably the only person he knew with a camera and a studio.

Never-Before-Seen Photos Of 20-Year-Old David Bowie Posing For His Debut Album Cover In 1967

English singer, songwriter and actor David Bowie stands for a photoshoot with photographer Gerald Fearnley circa

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photos / Getty Images Helen Fisher kisses the hearse carrying the body of her cousin, Private Douglas Halliday, as he and six other fallen soldiers are brought through the town of Wootton Bassett in England. 40 Of The Most Powerful Photographs Ever Taken

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History Channel "Know Where You Stand" campaign by Seth Taras - Hindenburg at Lakehurst, New Jersey 1937 / D-Day at Normandy Beach 1944 / Berlin Wall at the Brandenburg Gate 1989 / Hitler at the Eiffel Tower, Paris 1940 / 2004

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