Clash between young African-Americans and Ku Klux Klan members in Miami after the murder of a 20-year-old.
January 01, 1983 Licence
February 01, 1999 Licence
Mother Teresa with a child from the orphanage she operates in Calcutta. Mother Teresa (Agnes Gonxha Boyaxihu), the Roman Catholic-Albanian nun revered as India's 'Saint of the Slums,' was awarded the 1979 Nobel Peace Prize.
January 01, 1900 Licence
Ethiopians fleeing from a seemingly endless civil war in Eritria and Ogaden take refuge in camps in Somalia. The camps have taken in more than a million and a half people and misery is at its apex. Drought, illness and malnutrition...More
A young child sits alone in a camp in the western Sahara desert. There area has been in territorial dispute between Western Sahara and Morocco since 1976.
December 01, 1978 Licence
Daily life goes on in Belfast, even with a constant military reminder of the anti-English struggle, as five boys dressed for carnival celebrations are frisked by a soldier against a wall.
Sergeant O'Maley patrols north of Da Nang. | Location: North of Da Nang, South Vietnam.
Cameras on Tree in Khe Sanh During Vietnam War
April 07, 1968 Licence
A child wearing an army helmet carries a younger infant on his back. On April 29, 1975, American forces withdrew from Saigon, leaving the noncommunist capital to fall to North Vietnamese tanks.
French President Charles de Gaulle during a visit to Rennes, in Brittany. It would be his first trip to the coutryside as Chief of State.
January 31, 1969 Licence
A Vietnamese child refugee stands in the road to Hue during the Vietnam War.
April 01, 1972 Licence
Cambodian child in a refugee camp in the Aranyaprathet region on the Thai border.
October 01, 1979 Licence
In the Western Sahara, women have taken up arms in fighting Moroccan and Mauritanian occupation of the region. In Polisario refugee camps, women and children receive full military training and learn how to handle arms.
Victim of famine in the region of Ayod, south Sudan.
March 22, 1993 Licence
American director Steven Spielberg, shortly after he completed his movie Jaws.
American President Ronald Reagan and wife Nancy wave from his room window at Bethesda hospital.
July 18, 1985 Licence
French actress Brigitte Bardot in a hammock at her home in St.-Tropez, La Madrague.
Workers attend Mass in the Lenin shipyard. The strike led to the creation of Solidarnosc.
August 24, 1980 Licence
A Chinese boy drinks a can of 'Coca-Cola' on the Great Wall of China.
March 30, 1979 Licence
American photographer, musician and animal rights activist Linda McCartney (born Eastman) with her husband singer and songwriter Paul McCartney, her daughter Heather, 10 (Linda had with geologist Joseph Melville See Jr.), and their...More
July 16, 1972 Licence
Lady Diana, Princess of Wales, sitting on the diving board of Mohammed Al Fayed's private yacht 'Jonikal' as a seagull flies overhead.
August 24, 1997 Licence
U.S. Marines sticking bricks of plastic explosives on a Saddam Hussein portrait in Al Jahrah. | Location: Al Jahrah, Kuwait.
March 02, 1991 Licence
On February 26, 1991, Allied Forces announced the liberation of Kuwait as sovereignty was restored following the Iraqi occupation. The Allied coalition consisted of 34 countries during the Persian Gulf War.
February 26, 1991 Licence
Cuban leader Fidel Castro looks unsteady while riding a camel and almost took a nose dive before being helped by Algerian President Boumedienne during an official visit to Algeria.
May 10, 1972 Licence
A militia member affixes a forbidden area sign onto a fence situated within the 30km off-limit radius of Chernobyl.
Jimi Hendrix on stage at the Olympia music hall.
January 07, 1968 Licence
Radical political activist Angela Davis smokes a tobacco pipe in Paris where she is presenting her new book.
May 05, 1975 Licence
American rock legend Elvis Presley with his wife Priscilla.
American singer Madonna on the set of TV show Passeport Pour la Forme.
June 14, 1984 Licence
American singer and songwriter Bob Dylan on the set of his music video 'Subterranean Homesick Blues'.
January 01, 1965 Licence
British band members of The Who, lead singer Roger Daltrey, drummer Keith Moon, bass player John Entwistle and guitarist Pete Townshend.
January 01, 1966 Licence
American actress, singer, and model Marilyn Monroe on the set of Let's Make Love, directed by George Cukor. Released in 1960.
American actress Elizabeth Taylor signs an autograph upon her return from a trip to Russia.
July 01, 1961 Licence
Actress Audrey Hepburn in Paris for the Nuit du Cinema.
October 01, 1965 Licence
Nelson Mandela's 'Long Walk to Freedom'
February 11, 1990 Licence
Aung San Suu Kyi, 1991 Nobel Peace Prize laureate.
Israeli statesman Shimon Peres (1923 - 2016), 12th June 1998. Peres was a joint winner of the 1994 Nobel Peace Prize for his work towards peace in the Middle-East.
June 12, 1998 Licence
British singer, songwriter and actor David Bowie.
June 25, 1977 Licence
British rock band The Rolling Stones, with members Charlie Watts (drums), Brian Jones (guitar), Bill Wyman (bass), Keith Richards (lead-guitar) and Mick Jagger (vocals), arriving at the airport.
Bob Dylan on stage at the Olympia music hall.
May 24, 1966 Licence
American GI during the Hue battle.
Northern Alliance Leader Ahmed Shah Masoud
October 18, 1996 Licence
A protester holds a Palestinian flag as he ducks down near an Israeli building in Ramallah during the First Intifada. During the conflict, Palestinian demonstrators threw rocks at Israeli soldiers in protest.
February 27, 1988 Licence
In April 1996, the Liberian State Council sent police-militia to arrest Prince Roosevelt Johnson on murder charges. As a direct result, fighting broke out in Monrovia between NPFL (National Patriotic Front of Liberia) and ULIMO-J...More
April 16, 1996 Licence
A Kamajor fighter carries a rifle and ammunition in a backpack which says 'Let's Go To School'. The Kamajors are the only representatives of the civil population that are organized and fight the rebels. They call themselves the CDF...More
April 24, 2001 Licence
A young recruit for the National Patriotic Front of Liberia (NPFL) grasps a human leg bone while at a training camp in Gborplay, Liberia. Responding to years of government corruption and oppression, in 1989 the NPFL launched a revolt...More
June 05, 1990 Licence
Vulture Watching Starving Child
January 01, 1993 Licence
A piece of the wall is broken off.
November 12, 1989 Licence
British guitarist, composer and member of rock band King Crimson Robert Fripp, producer, composer and songwriter Brian Eno and singer and songwriter David Bowie at Hansa Tonstudio aka ''Hansa by the Wall' during the recording of the...More
French President François Mitterrand and Chancellor of Germany Helmut Kohl pay homage to fallen soldiers from the First World War at a Franco-German commemoration ceremony in Verdun. They stand in the front of the monument Douaumont,...More
September 21, 1984 Licence
Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev and East German President Erich Honecker kiss on the occasion of GDR's 30th anniversary.
October 07, 1979 Licence
This photo was taken at 4 p.m from the window of the first helicopter to fly over the disaster zone to evaluate radiation levels above the site, 14 hours after the explosion. The overview of the exploded reactor is foggy due to...More
Liquidators clean the roof of reactor 3. In the beginning, workers tried clearing the radioactive debris using West German, Japanese and Russian robots but they could not cope with the extreme radiation levels and so the authorities...More
A suspected member of PIDE, the secret police, being arrested by soldiers during the Carnation Revolution.
April 01, 1974 Licence
A little girl stands in a ray of sunshine next to a soldier on a Londonderry street on Bloody Sunday. English soldiers shot and killed thirteen Northern Irish demonstrators in Londonderry on Sunday, January 30, 1972; a fourteenth...More
January 30, 1972 Licence
Survivors sift through rubble after the Khmer Rouge bomb Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia. Under the Pol Pot Regime, the Khmer Rouge are laying siege to the city, attacking the two million refugees who have gathered there.
Swedish-born actress and show-girl Ann-Margret performs for American troops during the Vietnam War.
As the Vietnam War draws to a close, Cambodian children play in the Mekong river with empty shell cartridges.
Amoco Cadiz Sinking Off the Coast of Brittany
March 30, 1978 Licence
Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini greets the crowd at Tehran University after his return to Iran from exile in France during the Iranian Revolution.
February 05, 1979 Licence
During the events of May 1968, radical student leader, Daniel Cohn-Bendit, confronts a policeman during the police expulsion of 500 students, who had been occupying the Sorbonne University in Paris, 6th May 1968. Cohn-Bendit went on to...More
May 06, 1968 Licence