Morten Lau-Nielsen

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World Press Photo of the Year Mogens von Haven 1955

A competitor tumbles off his motorcycle during the Motorcross World Championship at the Volk Mølle race course. Photographer: Mogens von Haven (Denmark). Date The first World Press Photo of the Year,

World Press Photo of the Year Helmuth Pirath 1956

By Helmuth Pirath - Prize World Press Photo of the Year 1956 - CountryWest Germany Place Caption - A German World War II prisoner, released by the Soviet Union, is reunited with his daughter. The child had not seen her father since she was one-year-old.

World Press Photo of the Year Héctor Rondón Lovera 1962

The priest and the dying soldier, 1962 - 25 Rare Historical Photos Youve Probably Never Seen Before Best of Web Shrine

World Press Photo of the Year Kyoichi Sawada 1965

A mother and her children wade across a river to escape US bombing. The US Air Force had evacuated their village because it was suspected of being used as a base camp by the Vietcong. (Kyoichi Sawada) Date Country Vietnam Place Loc Thuong, Binh Dinh

World Press Photo of the Year Co Rentmeester 1967

World Press Photo of the Year: 1967 South Vietnam, May The commander of an tankgunner of the US Cavalry Regiment in Vietnam’s “Iron Triangle”. About the image: Rentmeester took his winning shot, which was salvaged from Life magazine’s.

World Press Photo of the Year Hanns-Jörg Anders 1969

"The Troubles" by Hanns-Jörg Anders. A young Catholic wears a gasmask during clashes with British troops. People had been fleeing from teargas after a night of street fighting. (Hanns-Jörg Anders) Date Country United Kingdom Place Derry, Northern Ireland

World Press Photo of the Year Nick Ut 1973

From Malcolm Browne’s photograph of the burning monk to Nick Ut’s picture of a nine-year-old girl running from a napalm attack, the Associated Press’s Saigon bureau captured the realities and tragedies of the Vietnam war

World Press Photo of the Year Orlando Lagos 1974

A helmeted Salvador Allende, Chile’s first democratically chosen socialist president, accompanied by his inner circle, emerges from the La Moneda presidential palace in Santiago during the military coup of 11 September