By showcasing our new IMAGO Archive in this visual article, we reveal the unique stories crafted by IMAGO's picture desk and photo editors on our Archive page.
In the winter of 1914, after six months of World War I, songs and a football were exchanged instead of bullets in the two trenches between German and English soldiers. It was Christmas, and Germans started to celebrate with English soldiers in the middle of the battle, something that later was called Christmas Truce.
Federer, Phelps and a stubborn Sampras – IMAGO’s recent addition, Adam Stoltman, shares the stories behind his extensive archive.
Most of Berlin’s landmarks have remained, but how we depict landmarks and even what we consider to be a landmark, has certainly evolved. IMAGO looks at Berlin and its culturally significant landmarks through the lens of two generations of photographers.
There were spicier, more famous encounters between Arsene Wenger and Sir Alex Ferguson’s sides, but it’s the November 1997 fixture which lit the blue touch paper for a decade’s febrile animosity. The Game columnist Andy Murray recalls the kernel of a rivalry.
Actors, politicians, authors, activists – the Berlin-based photographer and new member of IMAGO Jannis Chavakis has been photographing the people of Berlin for over 20 years.
The Berlin from after the fall of the Wall and today is in some ways unrecognizable. Captured by our photographer Jürgen Ritter, see Berlin’s transformations.
IMAGO photographers show us that there is rarely a dull moment when riding the Berlin U-Bahn. A long history and a slew of entertaining passengers make the U-Bahn a staple of Berlin.
Impressions from Berlin photographers then & now. Exploring divergences and interrelationships of spatial and cultural evolutions of Berlin. Once a city of districts separated, some entanglements have lived on far past the Wall that was torn down in 1989.
Over 60 years ago, Germany was in need of Guest workers (Gastarbeiter) to fill the demand for labor of a post-war economy. Many of them never left, creating communities that changed the demographics of Germany forever.