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18 Pictures of Women Who Amaze Us Every Time

Georgian Woman holding flag on 9th of April

Photo of women and children in the street together: A Muslim veiled woman, Zejneba Hardaga (right) and Jewish woman, Rivka Kalb (2nd from right) and her children (with beret) are guided on the streets of Sarajevo in 1941. Zejneba covered the yellow star on the Rivka’s left arm with her veil. Bahrija Hardasa, sister-in-law of Zejneba, is on the far left. 
A great picture of what once was the most (multi-)cultural city in the Former Yugoslavia.
Olive Oatman, 1858. She was the first tattooed white woman in the U.S. After her family was killed by Yavapais Indians, on a trip West in the eighteen-fifties, she was adopted and raised by Mohave Indians, who gave her a traditional tribal tattoo. When she was ransomed back, at age nineteen, she became a celebrity. Photograph courtesy of the Arizona Historical Society, Tucson, 1927.
Sarla Thakral, 21 years old, the first Indian woman to earn a pilot license.
“Get the hell out of my race and give me those numbers.” After realizing a woman was running Boston marathon organizer Jock Semple went after Kathrine Switzer. Other runners blocked him and she went on to finish the race. 1967.
Annette Kellerman; pro swimmer, vaudeville star and film actress posing in a swim suit that got her arrested for indecency.
Vintage photograph of an onna-bugeisha, female samurai warrior of the upper bushi (samurai), class in feudal Japan. Late 1800’s.
Leola N. King, America’s first female traffic cop, Washington D.C, 1918
Валентина Терешкова -The first Woman in Cosmos
First mom in Cosmos
Women Boxing in L.A
A woman hitting a skinhead with her handbag, Sweden, 1985. The woman was reportedly a concentration camp survivor.
(Colorized) Marina Ginesta, a 17-year-old communist militant, overlooking Barcelona during the Spanish Civil War, 1936
Women elite in War
Ellen O’Neal, one of the first professional female skaters. [1976]
A mason high above Berlin. [c. 1900]
A Lockheed employee working on a P-38 Lightning Burbank, California
Erika, a 15-year-old Hungarian fighter who fought for freedom against the Soviet Union
The girl to the left is the danish politician, Nikita Klæstrup