This gallery from Munich is exhibiting rare vintage prints depicting famous event and news reports. Some of these large-format photographs are valuable not only for their artistry, but for their documentation of the historical and cultural past. The highlight is a series of 1937 prints showing the tragic crash of the Hindenburg passenger airship. The following morning, images of the disaster appeared in newspapers throughout Germany, representing a crucial moment in the history of photojournalism.
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