Photos that changed the world: the 20th century
From the first flight of the Wright brothers to the Normandy landing to Woodstock to the Gulf War, certain photos symbolize whole epochs and have become part of the universal visual memory in a way that few works of paintings have managed to do. Some 90 of the most significant photos of the past 100 years have been selected for this volume to signify events that literally changed the world.
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Abu Simbel African Alberto Korda Allende American Armstrong army assassination attack August became Beijing Berlin bomb British camera camp Capa's captures Chinese civil Communist crimes crowd death deportation Diane Arbus document Dorothea Lange Europe Exxon film flight forced French genocide German gold Guevara Hine human Hutu icon Indian June Kennedy Klan land Lenin Lenin shipyards lives London Louis Armstrong Machu Picchu Mandela March Margaret Bourke-White massacre memory military million movement Nazi newspaper nuclear October Palace peace photograph photojournalists picture police political portrait Prague Spring president prisoners protest quilts refugees Reichstag fire Revolution Roald Amundsen Robert Capa scene Second World shot soldiers South Soviet Soweto Stalin symbol taken television Tiananmen Tibetan tion tograph troops Trotsky Tutankhamun Tutsi twentieth century United uprising Valdez victims Vietnam visual records Wall West Yanomami York Zapatistas