Exhibition opening at the WM in Berlin: Women Photojournalists in Europe 1914 – 1945

Sep 25, 2017

The new exhibition at the Das Verborgene Museum in Berlin tells stories of female wartime photographers in Europe. It opens on Wednesday 27 September 2017.

Between 1914 and 1945, during the two international wars of aggression and the Spanish Civil War, women took part as war correspondents, whether as professional photographers and journalists, or as amateur photographers or nurses with cameras. They witnessed the care of the wounded in fi eld hospitals, troop entertainments at base and military confl ict along the lines, just as they recorded life at home on the domestic front.

28 September 2017 – 28 February 2018

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