Synopses & Reviews
In 75 years of covering the world, Time Magazine has put us face-to-face with some of the most dramatic moments in human history. Time journalists were there at the '29 market crash, as television was born, through the cold war years, and as a man first stood majestically on the moon. Time photographers let us fly with Charles Lindbergh, watch Hitler sweep through Poland, see Jackie Robinson's long-line drive to left field, and cheer as the Berlin Wall tumbles.
This special anniversary celebration captures some of those compelling stories and photographs to create a lasting chronicle of passing decades, and a tribute to our times.