May 7, 1960: Soviet premier Nikita Khrushchev showing photographs of objects found in the U2 spy plane that was shot down over Soviet territory on May 1st, 1960 to a Joint Session of Council of the Union and Council of Nationalities, Kremlin, Moscow and to the world.
June 22, 1990: BERLIN GERMANY, Checkpoint Charlie is removed from is original location of Friedrichstrasse & Koch Strasse. The symbol of where East met West was removed to show that change has come to Europe and that Cold War was quickly coming to an end. Credit: Deutsches Bundesarchiv.
A female Lockheed employee works on a P-38 Lightning, Burbank, CA, 1944. While she's a dead ringer for Rosie the Riveter, she's not actually one of the two women (Rosalind P. Walter of New York and Rose Will Monroe of Michigan) who directly inspired/were associated with the icon.