Appareil à l'épaule, les photographes d'i-D ont parcouru la planète - de Bangalore à Belfast, en passant par Harlem et Paris - pour rencontrer la jeunesse du monde et parler des problèmes auxquels elle doit faire face.
Although this photo is commonly believed to be Taza, it's Noche, a Chiricahua Apache. Taza avoided the camera as Cochise did. As son of Cochise, and elder brother of Naiche, Taza became chief of the Chiricahuas when Cochise died in 1874. As part of a delegation of Apaches to the white man's capitol, tragedy struck. Taza developed pneumonia and though given all available medical attention, he died within a few days. Taza was buried in the Congressional Cemetery. B:1843, D:26-9-1876.
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August 11, 1969: To the Moon and Back One of the crowning achievements of human history, man landed on the moon on July 20, 1969, with the Apollo 11 mission. This, one of the most famous photographs of all time, showed astronaut Buzz Aldrin as photographed with a special camera by Neil Armstrong, who is standing near the lunar module Eagle in the reflection in Aldrin's faceplate. It was the cover of LIFE's special edition for the landing.