Teenage Wasteland: Japanese Youth in Revolt, 1964 | LIFE.com 暴走族？バイクキッズと呼ばれる人たち
In honor of Black History Month, we put together a list of five of the countless barrier breakers who have served our nation, like Daniel “Chappie” James. James was a Tuskegee University graduate who trained pilots of the all-black 99th Pursuit Squadron during World War II. He also served in Korea and Vietnam. James later became the first African-American four-star general before retiring from the United States Air Force in 1978. Click through to learn more about James and other…
Norman Rockwell’s painting The Problem We All Live With is directly addressing the racist crisis in 1960s at New Orleans.
1964 Jeju Island, S. Korea
http://chicerman.com nomanwalksalone: AN INTERVIEW WITH W. DAVID MARX AUTHOR OF AMETORA(PART 1) by David Isle Im a sucker for almost any book about clothing but W. David Marxs Ametora: How Japan Saved American Style is more than that. Its a social history of post-war Japan told through the history of American influence on Japanese clothing. Youll learn about the early adopters of Ivy style in Japan which as a reader of this blog you may know something about already. But did you know that…
Jangchung Gymnasium, often called the shrine of Korean sports and the best gymnasium in Korea, has been rejuvenated into a cultural complex after 2 years and 8 months of remodeling. Jangchung Gymnasium has played an important role in the last 50 years of Korean history since its opening in 1964 as the first gymnasium in Korea.
General of the Army Douglas MacArthur smoking his corncob pipe, probably at Manila, Philippine Islands, 2 August 1945.
studio gaon/lucias earth incorporates traces left behind in the restoration of an abandoned tea house. 35M2