A women wearing a mask to protect from extreme smog visits the Tiananmen Gate in Beijing December 8, 2015 as China's capital issues its first ever "red alert" for pollution. (Photo by Damir Sagolj/Reuters)
A rare turquoise mosaic mask is displayed at The Britrish Museum on April 7, 2009 in London, England. The Aztec mask, originally from Mexico will be one of the key exhibits to go on show at the Moctezuma: Aztec Ruler exhibition which opens to the public on 24 September 2009. (Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)
A death mask thought to be that of English dramatist William Shakespeare (1566–1616). Found by Dr. Ludwig Becker in Mainz in 1849, the mask was linked to Shakespeare because of its 1616 date and its supposed facial resemblance to the writer. A rival theory, however, maintains that the mask is more likely to be that of English poet Ben Johnson. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). Circa 1900
Some of London's telephone operators and engineers, trying out their gas masks at the anti-gas civilian training centre in Gloucester, where they were taught how to deal with gas attacks. (Photo by Harry Todd/Fox Photos/Getty Images). 13th February 1937
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