Ten years ago one of the first women in France to work as a photojournalist died. Born in 1921, a liaison officer at the heart of the Resistance, working with the agence Rapho and distant descendant of the inventor Nicéphore, she spent her whole life documenting the evolution of French society. Her camera around her neck, Janine Nièpce told the...
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