Los Desastres de la Guerra, 1st edition, plate 7, Que valor! (What courage!)
Women with shovels and a crowd of onlookers, Bucharest, Romania
Political demonstration, Galena, Kansas
Getting Into Step
USA. Alabama. 1965. Black Americans.
USA. Alabama. Selma. 1965. Led by Martin Luther King Jr., a group of civil rights demonstrators march from Selma to Montgomery to fight for black sufferage.
USA. New York City. 1962. Protesters part of a CORE demonstration. One reads "Jim Crow must go."
Time of Change
USA. New York. New York City. 1962. A woman in the back of a paddy wagon.
A New and Unsettling Force
Rich Man's House
Getting Into Step (1968)
Sisters of Mercy move up a road in Caen with baskets of food for bombed-out citizens of the town
For the second time in a quarter of a century, this Belgian patriot survived the rigors of occupation by German troops
Helped by an elderly civilian, an injured Okinawan boy moves back from the front lines to a collecting point behind the Seventh Division’s battle lines
London women form a “mop and duster” brigade at a subway station
Russian couple and their children emerge from their cave in Stalingrad. The city was devastated by the long German siege.
Long-besieged, battered Stalingrad. Fresh Soviet Army troops move against a background of blasted structures to bolster defenses.
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