Lebanese Civil War (1975-1990). In January, the Christian Falangists attacked Palestinians who took refuge in barracks of the Quarantine district since 1947. With this photograph, Françoise Demulder was the first woman to get the biggest award: the World Press in 1977. Beirut (Lebanon), on January 19, 1976. © Françoise Demulder / Succession Demulder / Roger-Viollet
Lebanese Civil War (1975-1990). In January, the Christian Falangists attacked Palestinians who took refuge in barracks of the Quarantine district since 1947. With this photograph, Françoise Demulder was the first woman to get the biggest award: the World Press in 1977. Beirut (Lebanon), on January 19, 1976. © Françoise Demulder / Succession Demulder / Roger-Viollet

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  • 52367-18

  • Location:
    BEIRUT LEBANON
  • Caption:
    Lebanese Civil War (1975-1990). In January, the Christian Falangists attacked Palestinians who took refuge in barracks of the Quarantine district since 1947. With this photograph, Françoise Demulder was the first woman to get the biggest award: the World Press in 1977. Beirut (Lebanon), on January 19, 1976.
  • Credit:
    © Françoise Demulder / Succession Demulder / Roger-Viollet
  • Author of the shot:
    DEMULDER FRANCOISE
  • Inventory number:
    SDM-1
  • File size:
    5788 x 3900 pixels (4481 Ko)
  • Rights:
    Minimum fee apply / Prior permission required for all advertizing & promotional use or use on consumer goods & derivative products.
  • Keywords: ATTACKCHILDCHRISTIAN FALANGISTCIVIL WARLEBANESE CIVIL WARMILITARYPALESTINIANQUARANTINE DISTRICTREFUGEESERVICEMANSOLDIERWARWOMANWORLD PRESS