As passionate photo reporter Peter Bock-Schroeder travelled the world
Peter Bock-Schroeder saw it as his job as a photographer to tell a story through his pictures. He incorporated captions, comments, and sometimes full paragraphs of text to provide additional information of the scenes he captured.
For 15,000 years, native peoples gathered at Wyam to fish and exchange goods. They built wooden platforms out over the water and caught salmon with dipnets and long spears on poles as the fish swam up through the rapids and jumped over the falls. Historically, an estimated fifteen to twenty million salmon passed through the falls every year, making it one of the greatest fishing sites in North America.see more | read more
In the course of 1956, the conflict between Egypt and Israel intensified, which had to defend itself increasingly against attacks by Fedayeen from Egyptian territory and from the Egyptian occupied Gaza Strip. Egypt did not recognise the state of Israel and denied any diplomatic relations with its Western-oriented neighbour. It had blocked the Strait of Tiran, cutting Israel off from maritime trade through the Red Sea and closing the Suez Canal to Israeli ships.see more | read more
Sefton Delmer, whose dispatches were probably read by more people than any other British foreign correspondent's in the years before and after World War II, was born and brought up in Berlin, where his father was Professor of English at the University. He spoke and thought as fluently in German as he did in his native tongue.see more | read more