Feb. 1, 1979: After President Carter commuted her seven-year sentence for armed robbery, Patricia Hearst was released from prison, having served 22 months. She and her bodyguard, Bernard Shaw, stand outside her mother’s home in Hillsborough, Calif. Hearst and Shaw were married two months later. Hearst was a captive-turned-comrade of a group of 1970s radicals, the Symbionese Liberation Army. She was kidnapped on Feb. 4, 1974, at age 19.
VIEWER DISCRETION IS ADVISED. (2 of 3) South Vietnamese General Nguyen Ngoc Loan, chief of the national police, fires his pistol into the head of suspected Viet Cong officer Nguyen Van Lem on a Saigon street, on Feb. 1, 1968. I infer that the chief of national police wanted to show that he would not tolerate even suspects of helping the Viet Cong, so he killed him without proof. Why DID he kill him without proof? Did the Viet Cong suspect see it coming?
The Nine Sovereigns at Windsor for the funeral of King Edward VII ca. 1910 Standing, from left to right: King Haakon VII of Norway, King Ferdinand of Bulgaria, King Manuel of Portugal, Kaiser Wilhelm II of the German Empire, King George I of The Hellenes (Greece) and King Albert I of the Belgians (Belgium). Seated, from left to right: King Alfonso XIII of Spain, King-Emperor George V of the Great Britain and King Frederick VIII of Denmark. W. & D. Downey. (Source: collective-history)