The photographer Walter Studer worked from 1941 to 1948 as a photo reporter at the Photopress picture agency. In 1948 he became independent and opened his own shop in Berne. Studer was a precise observer of everyday life between tradition and modernity. After the Second World War, he photographed for the Photopress picture agency in several countries in the destroyed post-war Europe. In 1962 he accompanied the Swiss national football team to the World Cup in Chile. On our image database you will find over 2000 pictures by Walter Studer. On his 100th birthday, a large retrospective of his images will be shown at the Kornhaus Bern until August 5. (axa).

Globuskrawall mentions the dispute between youthful demonstrators and the police, which took place on June 29, 1968 in Zurich. These disturbances are directly linked to the European-wide youth disturbances in the summer of 1968 and marked the beginning of the 68s movement in Switzerland. (wp)

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