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George Rodger (British photojournalist)
George Rodger (britisk fotograf)
George Rodger (Brits fotograaf (1908-1995))
George Rodger (brittisk fotograf)
George Rodger (englischer Fotograf)
George Rodger (fotoreporter inglese)
Rodger, George (English photographer, 1908-1995)
جرج راجر (عکاس بریتانیایی)
Two-dimensional nonprojectable graphic
Bernard, Bruce (1928-2000)
Holzherr, Andréa (1964-...)
Marlow, Peter (1952-...)
Naggar, Carole (1951-...)
Salmon, Naomi Tereza
Versicherungskammer Bayern Kunstfoyer
After the night-long raid. : ROG40009W00003/08]
Air-raid Warden phones from shattered booth. : ROG40002W00017/31]
All-nigth workers of the Rescue Squads welcome tea in the morning. : ROG40002W00014/04]
American businessmen in London formed their own Home Guard contingent. They used their own vehicles and whatever arms might be available and practiced at weekends in neighbouring countryside wearing uniforms and steel helmets supplied by British A
Ao encontro de Jesus
Au premier plan à droite : la reine Elizabeth II et le prince Philippe. Au centre, sur les marches : le général de Gaulle, président de la République française. [cote : ROG65213W00001/13]
Aviateur anglais en alerte, avant un raid. [cote : ROG4009CW00003/32]
Bombs fell in a quiet London residential square. Rescue Squad workers dig into the rubble to save those still able to cry for help.
Boys who were dug out of the rubble of their homes, battered but cheerful. : ROG40009W00001/04]
Deuxième guerre mondiale]
Douvres. Journalistes et photographes attendent, le passage des bombardiers allemands. [cote : ROG40006W00X01/X01]
Douvres. Meat still plentiful in Dover shops. : ROG40006W00002/21]
Downing Street is barricaded and guarded by sand-bagged machinegun nest. : ROG40002W00003/34]
East End. After the issue of steel helmets, those who could get them wore them. : ROG40001W00003/23C]
East End evacuation centre. The elderly leave by mini-bus. : ROG40002W00010/08-09]
Far on the ringing plains;
Funérailles de Winston Churchill
George Rodger en Afrique
George Rodger, Magnum opus fifty years in photojournalism
George Rodger, On the road 1940 - 1949 from the diaries of a photographer and adventurer ; [in conjunction with the Exhibition George Rodger, Kunstfoyer, Versicherungskammer Bayern, Munich, June 3 - September 13, 2009]
George Rodger photographic voyager [exhibition], Barry Singer gallery, [Petaluma, December 4, 1999-January 15, 2000]
householder finds a family picture amongst the rubble of his home and gathers a few salvaged belongings on the pavement, helped by his wife and son., A
Humanity and inhumanity : the photographic journey of George Rodger
Hyde Park corner. A mendicant's humour. : ROG40002W00003A/28]
If night raids and gunfire was particularly heavy, clients at the Hungaria restaurant were able to sleep on the premises with breakfast solicitously served by the manager the next morning.
Lists of the dead and wounded are posted on the walls of City Hall. : ROG40009W00002/19]
Living through the Blitz
Londres. [cote : ROG40010W00002A/29]
Lune rouge se lève, La ; traduit de l'anglais par J. Yeo Thomas. - Paris, cop. 1946.
Magnum opus : fifty years in photojournalism
Mémoire des camps photographies des camps de concentration et d'extermination nazis (1933-1999)
MTB : Motor Torpedo Boat. Patrouille britannique sur la Manche. [cote : ROG4009BW00002/30]
N.Y. times, 7/26/1995
Oxford Street. An organ-grinder. : ROG40003W00005/29]
Oxford street. Boys carrying gasmask look into toy shops. They see models of soldiers, tanks, guns, dolls in nurses uniforms and ARP suits.
Oxford Street. Hairdresse's re-opens with reduced window space after bomb damage. : ROG40003W00003/08]
Oxford Street. Newsvender outside Selfridges. : ROG40003W00006/16]
Paddington station. School boys with gas masks evacuated by train as bombing raids intensify. : ROG40002W00
People at entrance of a public shelter watch enemy planes during a daytime raid. : ROG40002W00012/17]
Premier anniversaire de l'entrée en guerre de la Grande-Bretagne. Oxford Street. A diamond merchant gives up his shop to raise money to finance production of Spitfire fighting planes.
Premier anniversaire de l'entrée en guerre de la Grande-Bretagne. Picadilly Circus. Sandbagged statue of Eros protected against bomb blast. : ROG40004W00001/1
Red moon rising
Rescue Squad members in their underground operations room. : ROG40002W00016/33]
Rescue workers arrive to search through rubble and identify the dead. : ROG40009W00004/24]
Rescuing the wounded. : ROG40002W00015/21]
Rev. Paul Clifford of West Ham. [cote, The : ROG40002W00010/20]
Rev. Paul Clifford with steel helmet and gas mask visits the eldery who refuse to move from his badly bombed parish.
Shopkeeper sweeps up broken glass from his window shatterd by bombs. : ROG40002W00017/05]
Slowly the city of Coventry comes to life again after the night's bombing. Postmen on their rounds find addresses gone.
Tea canteens are soon set up. : ROG40009W00005/11]
tea car already serving tea to rescue workers., A : ROG40009W00005/15]
Underground shelter at children's hospital during a raid. : ROG40002W00012A/23]
Victoria station. Evacuation of children. : ROG40001W00009/33]
village des Noubas
Volonteer women workers at London engineering training centre. Lack of heating started the fad of side-coiled hair arrangements to keep ears warm.
Volunteer helpers arrive in their own vehicles with food and clothing for the destitute. : ROG40009W00005/26]
Volunteers of the London/American "Home Guard" on tactical exercise in and around London. : ROG40007W00003/27]
Voyage au désert
Whitehall. End of a working day. Businessmen son steel helmets and gasmasks, and start work as air-raid wardens or other volunteer services. Picture show employees at the Ministry of the defense.
Whitehall. Underground telephone exchange. : ROG40002W00018/08]
With sundown all London, not actually going home. Went underground. Cellar life became habitable. Bars and nightclubs were opened underground. Office parties were held in the boiler house. Anyone who could sing, dance, or play music did so just to
Women volunteers working in a casualty centre. Clothing donated by the public is given to those bombed out of their homes.