Book - Humanity & Inhumanity
This book represents one of the most moving and most important photography books of the 20th century. George Rodger's work presents the unimaginable suffering and unprecedented changes that took place in the mid-20th century.
As witness to the Second World War, Rodger made a unique journey that took him 75,000 miles from Britain across Africa, the Near East, and the Indian Subcontinent. Toward the end of the war, his coverage of Italy, liberated France, and the horrors of the Nazi concentration camps created visual documents that have been burned into the mind. After the war, Rodger went to Africa,...