Adolf Hitler strikes a pose for photographer Heinrich Hoffmann whilst listening to a recording of his own speeches, 1925. After seeing the photographs, Hitler ordered Hoffmann to destroy the negatives, but he disobeyed.
Taken at the beginning of the 20th century, by English photographer Arthur S. Mole and his American colleague John D. Thomas, these living photographs show thousands of American soldiers posing as symbols of American history.
While "adorable" isn't often a phrase associated with sandwiches, there's an exception for everything. Kasia Haupt, an art director, has created several tasty-looking sandwiches that have some very human characteristics. Her "sandwich monsters" are cartoonish figures created out of meat, vegetables, bread and cheese. The monsters exhibit a range of emotions -- happy, sad, goofy and more.
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