Stories with the Tag: Germany


World Cup 2022: The untold stories by Andy Murray

Qatar 2022 has been a tournament about more than just football. The Game columnist Andy Murray reflects on his personal experiences – the good, the bad and the Infantino – as the World Cup approaches its climax.

The Berlin Divisions Archive.

The Berlin Divisions Archive.

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.

IMAGO/Klaus Rose

The Guest Workers that transformed Germany forever.

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.

IMAGO / NurPhoto

Ukraine Conflict in Photos.

Historically, internal divisions have left Ukraine in a precarious position between East and West with both Russia and Ukraine histories rife in conflict. It is what both divides and connects to the two neighboring nations. As Ukraine resistance holds strong – thousands flood out of Kyiv. Those who remain in the city take cover and take up arms.

IMAGO / Xinhua

IMAGO Archive: A History of German flooding.

With numerous climate disasters happening in recent months around the world – Germany has been one of the talking points in 2021 when back in July parts of the country suffered devastating flooding.

IMAGO / Rolf Zöllner

Fall of the Berlin Wall: An Interview with Rolf Zöllner.

East Berliner and photographer, Rolf Zöllner showcases his stunning black and white film photography in an interview covering life in Berlin during the height of its culture. Experience the fall of the wall through his lens and immerse in the iconic movement and moment of the unification of our ace city.