An extraordinary photographic history of the first decade in the new millennium.

Edited by Eamonn McCabe with text by Terence McNamee


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  • An extraordinary photographic history of the first decade of the twenty-first century charting the political, cultural, sporting and newsworthy moments that shaped the last 10 years
  • The sequel to Phaidon’s New York Times best-selling Century: One Hundred Years of Human Progress, Suffering, Regression and Hope
  • Arranged in chronological order, 500 painstakingly selected photographs highlight events that affected us all as well as quieter moments shared by just a few
  • Historical texts accompany every scene depicted, while five thematic essays explore politics, art, sport, science and the environment over the period
  • This sensitive visual anthology will appeal both to photography enthusiasts and to anyone with an interest in world history and current affairs
  • Exceptional value


About the author(s)
Eamonn McCabe was named Sports Photographer of the Year four times between 1978 and 1984, before moving to the Guardian as picture editor in 1988. Director of picture coverage at the newspaper for 13 years, he went on to win Picture Editor of the Year five times. He continues to work as a professional photographer and his portraiture regularly appears in both the Observer and the Guardian.

Dr Terence McNamee is Director of Publications at RUSI and editor of its flagship publication, the RUSI Journal. He holds a PhD in International Relations from the London School of Economics and was principal writer and historian of the acclaimed photographic history, Century: One Hundred Years of Human Progress, Suffering, Regression and Hope (Phaidon Press, 1999). He writes regularly on foreign affairs for journals and newspapers worldwide.


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