Humanity may be bound by a history of discoveries, collisions, and changes, but at least one thing has remained constant throughout our long history.
And it’s people’s love puppy.
In the early 1940s, war raged across the Pacific, including the Philippines.So, recently, historians and archivists have Gregory Schnakenberg He had reason to believe that discovering an old metal box containing a roll of film labeled “The Philippines 1942” might offer an unseen glimpse of that infamous conflict.
“I was thrilled at the prospect of finding lost WWII footage and sent it to a specialist for care and digitization,” said Schnakenberg. I have written on Twitter.
But when the film came back, Schnakenberg realized his suspicions were wrong. Rather than brutal war scenes, the “long-forgotten” footage was the exact opposite.
Unsurprisingly, Schnakenberg’s tweet quickly went viral, further confirming just how much even old footage of puppies can resonate with people’s minds.
Many details about the footage may be lost over time, such as who had the camera, the exact location and date, and what happened to the playful pup, but the motive for filming is inherently felt. increase Approachable.
It was too cute to shoot.
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