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Las 100 fotografías más influyentes de la historia

The horse in motion: Photographer Eadweard Muybridge wanted to know if a horse becomes airborne when it gallops. In 1878 he used an exposure lasting less than a second on 12 cameras which were stationed to activate when the horse sped past

The Hooded Man by Sergeant Ivan Frederick  "The war in Iraq, like Vietnam, will probably be remembered as the one time that we were not the heroes. We were not the saviors. And these photographs will play a big part in that.  Brent Pack, Army Investigator"

The Hooded Man by Sergeant Ivan Frederick "The war in Iraq, like Vietnam, will probably be remembered as the one time that we were not the heroes. We were not the saviors.

Boat Of No Smiles, Eddie Adams, 1977

Top 100 Of The Most Influential Photos Of All Time

See why 'Muhammad Ali vs. Sonny Liston' is one of TIME's 100 Most Influential Photos of All Time

Train wreck at Montparnasse 1895

taken by the Studio Lévy and Sons (Studio Lévy & fils) in 1895

Train accident - The Montparnasse derailment occurred at 4 pm on 22 October 1895 when the Granville–Paris Express overran the buffer stop at its Gare Montparnasse terminus - Paris, France

One of the shocking images released which showed US military torturing and abusing Iraqi prisons in Abu Ghraid prison.  Two soldiers, Specialists Charles Graner and Lynndie England, were imprisoned for their crimes against the prisoners, while many more were dishonorably discharged.

21 of the most iconic photos ever taken

Ali Shallal al-Qaisi being tortured by US forces at Abu Ghraib prison, Iraq, 2003

Nazi hell: The terrified young boy with his hands raised was one of almost half a million Jews packed into the Warsaw ghetto, a neighborhood transformed by the ­Nazis into a walled compound of starvation and death. The photo was taken in 1943

Photos that changed the world: Time magazine's most influential images

Nazi hell: The terrified young boy with his hands raised was one of almost half a million Jews packed into the Warsaw ghetto, a neighborhood transformed by the ­Nazis into a walled compound of starvation and death. The photo was taken in 1943

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