Brazilian forward Leonidas (L) controls the ball in front of a Swedish defender during the World Cup soccer match for third place between Brazil and Sweden 19 June 1938 in Bordeaux.
Edith Nesbit's most famous novel The Railway Children is remembered with a train photograph in today's Google Doodle
25 July 2013: Google commemorate Rosalind Franklin's 93rd birthday
Google has commemorated the 66th anniversary of the Roswell incident with an interactive Google Doodle showing an alien crash landing on Earth.
Search engine giant Google has marked US Independence Day in the with an interactive Google Doodle.
Google has marked the beginning of the 100th Tour de France with an animated Google Doodle.
The Google Doodle celebrating the work of Spanish Architect Antoni Gaudi
The Google Doodle celebrating the summer solstice
The Google doodle celebrates American children's author and illustrator Maurice Sendak, who would have been 85 today
5 June 2013: Google Doodle celebrates Thomas Chippendale's 295th birthday
Google's Doodle commemorates Julius Richard Petri
Today's Google Doodle celebrates train model maker Frank Hornby
23 April 2013: Google's Doodle for Saint George's Day
22 April 2013: Google's Doodle for Earth Day 2013
The Google doodle marks the 366th birthday of Maria Sibylla Merians
Douglas Adams Google doodle
The International Women's Day Google Doodle.
On 11/11/12 Google doodle celebrates 125 years of LS Lowry
September 8, 2012: One for the Trekkies, this Google Doodle is interactive and takes the viewer through a series of scenes that feature in the series, taking them to another planet and encountering strange creatures. It celebrated the 46th anniversary of Star Trek's first broadcast
Edward Gorey is the subject of today's Google doodle
St Andrew's Day Google Doodle
June 23, 2012: This interactive, coded Doodle marked Alan Turing's 100th birthday. Turing invented the Turing Machine way before computers came along, and is regarded as one of the twentieth century's greatest mathematicians
May 23, 2012: Robert Moog created the electronic analog Moog Synthesizer in the 1960s - a tool still used by many musicians today. This Doodle celebrates Moog's 78th birthday
Google created a 'doodle' celebrating what would have been the 101st birthday of origami master Akira Yoshizawa on 14 March 2012.
Feb 7, 2012: Google created an homage to Charles Dickens on his 200th birthday. There are some clearly recognisable characters in this Doodle, which was created with the help of Dickens fans
A screenshot of Google's Alexander Calder doodle
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This Google doodle in tribute to Giorgio Vasari's 500th birthday appeared on the search engine's home page in Italy on 30th July 2011.
English architect Sir George Gilbert Scott's 200th Birthday was celebrated with this Google doodle on 13th July 2011.
June 9, 2011: This interactive guitar was inspired by Les Paul, arguably one of the most famous guitar developer, on what would have been his 96th birthday
May 21, 2010: This Doodle was hugely popular and it's not hard to see why. Fans of the old Pac-Man game could play this interactive version around the Google logo, in celebration of its 30th birthday
April 29, 2011: The Royal Wedding Doodle was 'challenging' as the buildings had to be in the shape of the logo. This, of course, was displayed on Google the same day that Prince William and Kate Middleton got married
Feb 8, 2011: Jules Vernes' 183rd birthday Doodle was interactive , where the lever could be moved to change the view in the porthole windows. It was inspired by his novel 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea
March 29, 2005: Instantly recognisable as an homage to Vincent Van Gogh's Starry Night, this Doodle highlighted what would have been Van Gogh's 152nd birthday
April 14 2005: This Da Vinci-inspired Doodle celebrated the famous artist, inventor and all-round renaissance man's 533rd birthday
August 30, 1998: Where it all began. This Doodle was dedicated to the Burning Man Festival in 1998 and was the first Doodle