30 Music Album Covers in the Past That Are Too Weird for Words

Never judge a music album but its cover. Or maybe we should, at least for laughs. Sometimes artists just miss the mark, and laughter is good. For whatever reason though, we’re so happy to give you this incredible compilation...

 

Cold War Fallout Shelters in the Event of a Nuclear Attack (23 photos)

At the height of the Cold War, the civilian populations were trained just what to do in the event of a nuclear attack — run to their fallout shelter! Or at least take cover in a building bearing a yellow fallout shelter...

 

Photos of the Liberation of Buchenwald Concentration Camp

Buchenwald concentration camp, Thuringia, Germany, April 1945. American soldiers force local German civilians to bear witness to Nazi atrocities at Buchenwald concentration camp, mere miles from their own homes after the...

 

First Known Bodybuilders in History (1900s)

Eugen Sandow, the “Father of Modern Bodybuilding” (1894) In early 1900 there wasn’t really such a thing as bodybuilding. But there were people who had huge muscles who concentrated on traditional strongman routines...

 

10 Pictures That Captured the Daily Life of Albert Einstein

Albert Einstein plays his beloved violin, 1941 Hansel Mieth—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images A seated portrait of Albert Einstein, Princeton, NJ, on his birthday, March 14, 1953 Esther Bubley—The LIFE Images Collection/Getty...

 

Marilyn Monroe Working Out at the Beverly Carlton Hotel (1952)

Marilyn loved to work out. She was ahead of her time to make her own working out program. Here, LIFE photographer Philippe Halsman captured a few candid shots of her daily workout routine at the Beverly Carlton Hotel in January,...

 
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