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Thomas Dworzak
German, b. 1972
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Dec 11, 2015
Christmas is one of the oldest known refugee story.
In early September 2015, Thomas Dworzak covered the first arrival by train of Syrian and Afghan refugees in Munich. At that time, Chancellor Merkel had implemented her open-door refugee policy.
Three months later and as Christmas is right around the corner, Dworzak went back to his native Bavaria - a catholic conservative prosperous state he left... More...
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Nov 15, 2015
Thomas Dworzak has been in Paris photographing the aftermath of the attacks for CNN. See his images here. More...
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Sep 3, 2015
The Bochum State Theater in collaboration with a local trucking company, is organizing a memorial event dedicated to the 71 unidentified migrants who were found dead in a small truck on the side of an Austrian highway last week.
A truck identical to the one in which the migrants’ remains had been found was brought to a square in front of the theater and the public invited to enter in groups of 71 so... More...
Jul 1, 2015
On a recent stop over in Hanoi Thomas Dworzak visited the place where Robert Capa, “embedded” with the French Army fighting the Viet Minh in the Red River delta area two hours east of Hanoi, then French Indochina, was killed, stepping on a mine in a rice paddy on May 25th 1954.

Click here to see Jose Manuel Serrano Esparza’s detailed exploration of Capa’s final hours in Vietnam.... More...
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Jun 5, 2015
Flucht und Zuflucht seit 1945 is being released on at the occasion of the exhibition "Odyssee Europa", in collaboration with Zeitenspiegel-Reportageschule Günter Dahl.
The exhibition Odyssey Europe features 50 photographs on flight and refuge since the end of World War II.

Featured photographers:
Abbas, Bruno Barbey, Jonas Bendiksen, Werner Bischof, Michael Christopher Brown, René Burri, Robert Capa,... More...