THE WAY I SEE ITJurgen SchadeburgPan Macmillan The memoir of legendary Drum photojournalist Jurgen Schadeberg brings to life the devastation of post-war Germany and the destruction wrought upon South Africa by apartheid. It sketches the journey of one man’s relentless pursuit of fulfillment through photography, fiercely and successfully fighting obstacles put in his way. Born in Berlin, Schadeberg meticulously sketches his life from the impressionable age of 10 in 1941. He describes the extent of the devastation of the city during the war. This account of a boy caught in the crossfire brings to vivid life buildings reduced to ruins, burying rotting corpses. The teen Schadeberg’s career started as a volunteer apprentice photographer in Berlin and developed after he emigrated to SA in 1950 where he became a celebrated lens man, mainly at Drum magazine. He captured huge events in world history, spanning Africa, Europe and the US. In 1941, the Third Reich was at its pinnacle despite the...

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