by Thomas Bochet
World Press Photo has rewarded the world’s best press photos since 1955. It all started with an association of Dutch photo journalists.
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by Jürg Burlet
Some soldiers who enlisted to fight in the First World War still wore caps, though the army soon realised that only steel helmets could protect heads against shrapnel injuries.
by Andrej Abplanalp
The people of Bern are known for their warmth, not for their speed. As far as gas usage goes, though, they were once well ahead of the field – quicker even than their countrymen in Zurich.
by Patrizia Munforte
Five early colour photos from 1914 show just how colourful the Zurich spring festival was even 100 years ago.
by Felix Graf
Every era has its mass media. The peep box in the 18th century marked the start of the development of modern visual media.