The famous cabaret in Paris, Moulin Rouge, was founded in 1889 and is said to be the birthplace of the can-can dance. This picture depicts girls getting ready to go on stage and entertain the eclectic audience waiting for them. Taken in 1924.
65. 1957: Queen Elizabeth’s First Televised Christmas Address
In 1957, Queen Elizabeth II was making her first televised address to the British Empire. The Royal Address had been around since 1932, beginning with a radio address from King George V. The 30-year-old monarch was broadcast across the UK, New Zealand, and Canada.