Margaret Bourke-White

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Born in the Bronx, Margaret Bourke-White (1904-1971) was a pioneering photojournalist who had, in her own words, 'an insatiable desire to be on the scene when history was being made'. With essays by Rubio and Quimby, this book brings together some of the images she captured at key moments of the 20th century, among them Germany and the USSR in 1930-32, Czechoslovakia in 1938, the opening of Buchenwald concentration camp and Germany in the aftermath of war, 1945.

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Margaret Bourke-White

Margaret Bourke-White

Moments in History

Hardback192pp Illustrated258x218mm

9781938922121     Product Code: 223992

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Born in the Bronx, Margaret Bourke-White (1904-1971) was a pioneering photojournalist who had, in her own words, 'an insatiable desire to be on the scene when history was being made'. With essays by Rubio and Quimby, this book brings together some of the images she captured at key moments of the 20th century, among them Germany and the USSR in 1930-32, Czechoslovakia in 1938, the opening of Buchenwald concentration camp and Germany in the aftermath of war, 1945.

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