25 pictures that show brutal reality of poverty in 1960s and 1970s Manchester and Salford
The images were taken over four years by photographer Nick Hedges on behalf of charity Shelter - and now an appeal has been issued to trace the children in the pictures
A soldier's eye: rediscovered pictures from Vietnam
Charlie Houghey was drafted into the US Army in October of 1967. He was 24, and had been in college in Michigan before running out of money and quitting school to work in a sheet metal factory. The draft notice meant that he was to serve a tour of duty in Vietnam, designated a rifleman, the basic field position in the Army. After 63 days in Vietnam, he was made a photographer, shooting photographs for the Army and US newspapers, with these instructions from the Colonel: âYou are not a…
England Is The Place For Me
While certain rock stars with surnames that rhyme with "dagger" were making pained efforts to be seen to be hip on the 60s scene in London, Val Wilmer was living in the calypso, jazz and highlife alternative. She worked for London's main black...
Screaming Eagles: Exploits of the 101st Airborne
22 MOH - Most of which were in Vietnam Any fan of World War II history is familiar with the famed 101st Airborne Division. The exploits of the division in
Can you believe how we used to live just 40 years ago?
This heartbreaking image of Mrs M and her four young children in Birmingham is just one of 100 that were taken by photographer Nick Hedges in Britain's slums in the 1960s and 1970s.
'Children Playing at the Entrance to McGee's Court Slum on Camden Street' Photographic Print - Tony Linck | Art.com
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