Atomkraft

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Atomkraft is a photo book Günter Zint protest against nuclear  Germany 1976- 1977


Title: Atomkraft

Photographer(s): Günter Zint

Writer(s): Claus Lutterbeck

Designer(s): Wolf-Dietmar Stock

Publisher(s): Atelier in Bauernhaus, Fischerhude, Germany

Year: 1979

Print run:

Language(s): German

Pages: 152

Size: 18 x 24 cm

Binding: Softcover

Edition: 1st, 1977 Atelier in Bauernhaus, Fischerhude, Germany

Print: Oltmans & Buerfeind, Achim, Germany

Nation(s) and year(s) of Protest: Germany, 1976- 1977

ISBN



Atomkraft is a photo book Günter Zint protest against nuclear  Germany 1976- 1977

Atomkraft is a photo book Günter Zint protest against nuclear  Germany 1976- 1977

Atomkraft is a photo book Günter Zint protest against nuclear  Germany 1976- 1977

Atomkraft is a photo book Günter Zint protest against nuclear  Germany 1976- 1977

Atomkraft is a photo book Günter Zint protest against nuclear  Germany 1976- 1977

Atomkraft is a photo book Günter Zint protest against nuclear  Germany 1976- 1977

Atomkraft is a photo book Günter Zint protest against nuclear  Germany 1976- 1977

Atomkraft is a photo book Günter Zint protest against nuclear  Germany 1976- 1977

Atomkraft is a photo book Günter Zint protest against nuclear  Germany 1976- 1977

Atomkraft is a photo book Günter Zint protest against nuclear  Germany 1976- 1977

Atomkraft is a photo book Günter Zint protest against nuclear  Germany 1976- 1977

Atomkraft is a photo book Günter Zint protest against nuclear  Germany 1976- 1977

Atomkraft is a photo book Günter Zint protest against nuclear  Germany 1976- 1977

Atomkraft is a photo book Günter Zint protest against nuclear  Germany 1976- 1977

Atomkraft is a photo book Günter Zint protest against nuclear  Germany 1976- 1977

Atomkraft is a photo book Günter Zint protest against nuclear  Germany 1976- 1977


I have a memory of a trip to Germany in the 1980s and that the railway running along the main road was blocked by demonstrators protesting against the storage of nuclear waste underground in Germany. I am sure that Gunter Zint, the most famous German photographer who documented the country's nuclear programme, was there taking pictures. The anti-nuclear protest in Germany drew people from all over the country and from all walks of life to join it. Protests were all over Germany, but especially in Brokdorf, near Hamburg, where the biggest and most violent protest scene took place in 76-77.

Currently Gunter Zint is the German Speaker oft the "Anti-Atom-Photographers" Organisation.

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