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Picture Perfect

Can you believe everything you see? Photographs from newspapers and magazines are a common source of evidence for historians. This puzzle asks you to determine what three apparently very different news photos have in common.

What do these three apparently very different photographs of news events have in common?

Bolshevik leader V. I. Lenin addresses Soviet troops in Moscow in 1920

Movie idol Rudolph Valentino undergoes surgery in 1926.

Earl Browder, general secretary of the American Communist Party, confers with Senator Millard E. Tydings (D. Maryland) in 1950.

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