Discover a selection of our fabulous collection of pictures of Paris as you have never seen it.
Alain Adler (1923-1997) was born in Hungary into a Jewish family that immigrated to Paris in the 1930s. After a past of the Resistance, he became a journalist and then a photographer from 1954 to 1964, where the Nouvelle Vague emerged in the wake of and in opposition to the classic post-war cinema.
This history of women in the 20th century, as seen through the Roger-Viollet collections, is the history of their emancipation. Freeing themselves from the guardianship of their fathers or husbands, they eventually obtained all civil rights, on an equal footing with men. These hundred years were for women a conquest of their freedom.
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