Thanks to its ability to capture the turning points of history forever, the invention of the camera has certainly changed the course of the world. We have gathered here, the most emblematic shots of history. Images that have provoked sadness, joy, inspiration and many other emotions since their publication. Check out the 60 best photos of all time.
1. One of the most emblematic and moving. The self-immolation of Thích Quảng Đức ‘in 1963, in Vietnam, captured by Malcolm Browne.
2. At the end of the Second World War, a sailor fiercely kissed a young lady at Time Squares in 1945. Captured by Albert Eisenstaedt
3.1945, World War II, an American troop deposits a flag on Iwo Jima. A particularly important moment for the United States, and this even today, immortalized Joe Rosenthal.
4.1936, the Great Depression, a worried mother looks on the horizon wondering how she will be able to feed her children. Photographed by Dorothea Lange.
5.1937, the Hindenburg air disaster which ended the zeppelin as a mode of air passenger transport. The explosion was immortalized by Sam Shere.
6. The immediate consequences of an accidental napalm attack were captured by Nick Ut during the Vietnam War in 1972. This photo helped change the opinion of Americans on this war.