A leg-rower on Inlé Lake, Burma 1942

Steel helmets were worn by all who could get them. Life in London during The Blitz of World War II London, 1940 // by George Rodger

Steel helmets were worn by all who could get them. Life in London during The Blitz of World War II London, 1940 // by George Rodger

mythologyofblue: “George Rodger, Through the windscreen on route to In-Salah, Sahara desert, Algeria, ”

Photographer Portfolio, Magnum Photos, Port Au Prince, Photojournalism, Haiti, Fotografia

Photographer Portfolio, Magnum Photos, Photojournalism, Profile

The Nubas. The keyhole entrance to a Nuba house in the Korongo Jebels (mountains). Doorways are shaped to allow admittance to people carrying loads of firewood on their heads.

Two fighters from the Kao-Nyaro tribe who use lethal bracelets during fights.

George Rodger :: Wagasero girls wear strings of beads around their foreheads, Uganda, 1948

Gallery Tribal Portraits: Wagogo Tribesmen head, Tanzania, 1948 by George Rodger

An Air-raid Warden phones from a shattered booth after a bombing raid in London, 1940 (George Rodger).

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