Women who changed history

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There are women who are truly worthy of respect and admiration. They change the story, go for broke, do not fear nor change, nor the ridicule of society, no life-threatening. They fly in the sky and even in space, voluntarily go with their husbands favorite prisoner, who bravely rescue the children ... and quietly drink tea on the ruins of his house. These people play an important role in every age and in every period of history there are many women, worthy of respect and memory.

It is these women and is dedicated to this post.

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Muslim woman covers her yellow star his Jewish neighbor veil that nobody saw. Sarajevo, former Yugoslavia. 1941.

Women who changed history

Katherine Switzer was the first woman who has run the Boston Marathon despite stopping her on the organizer's attempts. 1967.

Women who changed history

Afghan women in the public library, long before the Taliban seized power. Approximately 1960.

Women who changed history

A female samurai. The end of the 1800s.

Women who changed history

Swede has a neo-Nazi bag. Presumably, the woman survived the concentration camp. 1985.

Women who changed history

Marina Ginesta - 17-year-old Communist - in the background of Barcelona during the Spanish Civil War. 1936.

Women who changed history

Anna Fischer - "first mother in space." 1980th.

Women who changed history

Gianni Menford is next to his son-gay during a gay pride parade. 1972. Later, Gianni created a group of "PFLAG".

Women who changed history

Maud Wagner - the first well-known female tattoo artist in the United States. 1907.

Women who changed history

The women involved in boxing on the roof in Los Angeles. 1933.

Women who changed history

Sabiha Gokcen in Turkey on his plane in 1937. She became the first woman - a fighter pilot.

Women who changed history

The woman is drinking tea on the ruins of his house after the bombing of London. 1940. So brave British women embodied in the life of the legendary World War II slogan Keep calm and carry on.

Women who changed history

106-year-old Armenian, guards his own house with an AK-47 machine gun. 1990.

Women who changed history

The volunteers learn to extinguish fires at Pearl Harbor. OK. , 1941-1945.

Women who changed history

Ukrainian girl gives a cup of Soviet prisoners of war. 1941.

Women who changed history

A female mason over Berlin. 1900.

Women who changed history

The photographer Margaret Bourke-White on Chrysler Building building. 1934.

Women who changed history

Workers Railroad for dinner. Many of them - wives and even mothers of men who had gone to war. 1943.

Women who changed history

One of the first women, sworn in the United States Marine Corps. August 1918.

Women who changed history

Girls deliver heavy blocks of ice after the male part of the workforce called to war. 1918.

Women who changed history

Girls famous biker gang "Hells Angels". 1973.

Women who changed history

Ellen O'Neill - one of the first professional skeytbordistok. 1976.

Women who changed history

The Parisian mother closed their children from the German snipers. 1944.

Women who changed history

welder Winnie. She was one of 2,000 women who worked for US shipyards during World War II.

Women who changed history

Two girls for the first time appeared in public with bare feet. Toronto. 1937.

Women who changed history

Philippine guerrilla Nieves Fernandez shows an American soldier, she killed Japanese soldiers during the occupation. 1944.

Women who changed history

Dutchwoman refused to leave her husband - a German soldier - after he was taken prisoner. She followed him. 1944.

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Komaki Kimura - famous suffragist - in New York. October 23, 1917.

Women who changed history

Elspeth Byrd during his attempt to become the first Englishwoman to go round the world on a motorcycle. 1980s. On the journey it took 3 years, during which she overcame more than 77 000 km.

Women who changed history

Gertrude Ederle became the first woman to swim the English Channel. 1926.

Women who changed history

suffragette protests after the "Night of terror". 1917. 33 suffragists were arrested for "blocking of roads", after which they were severely beaten by prison guards.

Women who changed history

The mother plays with her daughter on the beach. 1950.

Women who changed history

The Aviator Amelia Earhart became the first woman who has flown on a plane across the Atlantic Ocean. 1928.

Women who changed history

Afghan studying anatomy. 1962.

Women who changed history

The British sergeant trains women from the "Army moms" during the Battle of Britain. 1940.

Women who changed history

Cult photo gatherer peas and mother of seven children during the Dust Bowl. 1936.

Women who changed history

The movement for women's rights in Detroit, Michigan. 1970.

Women who changed history

Women's roller derby league in New York. March 10, 1950.

Women who changed history

The first women's basketball team from Smith College. 1902.

Women who changed history

18-year-old member of the French resistance Simon Segvan during the liberation of Paris. August 19, 1944.

Women who changed history

A police officer in Los Angeles looks after abandoned child. 1971.

Women who changed history

woman sniper of the Soviet army. May 4, 1945.

Women who changed history

An activist Annie Lampkins in the city jail Little Rock. 1961.

Women who changed history

Annette Kellerman posing in a swimsuit, for which she was arrested on charges of obscenity. 1907.

Women who changed history

Mother shows a photo of his son returning prisoners of war, trying to find him. Vienna, 1947.

Women who changed history

Leola N. King - the first woman US-Guard - in Washington, DC. 1918.

Women who changed history

Erika - 15-year-old fighter, member of the Hungarian uprising against the pro-Soviet regime of the People's Republic. October 1956.

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American nurse landed in Normandy. 1944.

Women who changed history

An employee of Lockheed working on aircraft Lockheed P-38 "Lightning". Burbank, California, 1944.

Women who changed history

Red Cross nurse records the last words of a British soldier. OK. 1917.

Women who changed history

Women pilots have just left the aircraft B-17. OK. , 1941-1945.

Women who changed history

21-year-old Sarlat Takral - the first Indian woman to receive a pilot's license. 1936.