RMA4BKA7–During the famine of 1983 a child dying from hunger lies in bed in a small rural village run by the EPLF.
RMM74D1A–February 1880 cover of Harper's Weekly depicting the Irish Famine of 1879. The illustration is entitled 'The Herald of relief from America'. A woman is standing on an Irish cliff with a sign saying 'Help' with an inscription below saying 'We are starving - Ireland'.
RMHN2MDA–Famine during the Spanish-American war May 1898 Cuba
RM2DBHY03–Women offering cigarettes against food stamps in the winter of 1921/22 in the middle of the famine in Moscow.
RM2K0E0XN–Emaciation, disease and famine, in Korea, at the end of the Joseon era 1910
RME13NRF–Mar. 22, 2012 - West Bengal Facing Famine Condition: The state of West Bengal in India is facing near famine conditions. According to Various newspaper reports, destitute are trying to change their food habits to boiled grass and different types of leaves, and a large number of people are said to have died from starvation or malnutrition. Recently the state Government has declared their decision to open gruel Kitchens and cheapo canteens in wight different districts for the destitute
RFEH1BK9–Famine in Algeria, a man rescued from starvation in the hospital of Milianah, historical illustration circa 1893
RMA8FEWD–Hungry Irish people gathering seaweed for food on the coast of County Clare 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
RMA2TN59–starving man el muglad famine camp s cordofan sudan oct 1988
RMH2ME74–Malnutrion ward of Médecins sans frontières, Maiduguri, Borno State, Nigeria
RMBRRW9J–Famine in the Darfur region of the Sudan, 1985. Red Cross Nurses feed and care for famine refugee children and their Mothers at
RMC05GW4–Famine victim in Darfur Sudan Africa
RMC6EKWD–weeping child at famine relief camp near Lalibela in Northern Ethiopia
RMA1WGE1–SOUTH SUDAN AUGUST 1998 FAMINE WOMEN BURYING AYP MO 1998
RFARYE0B–Detail of Famine Memorial Murrisk Co Mayo
RMAPH9NG–Irish famine distress at home in Gorumna Ireland from image published in 1880
RMC99YMG–Failing maize, corn, crop struggling to grow in non-irrigated farmland in Tanzania, East Africa
RMP8WCE0–ETHIOPIA, Southern Nations, Lower Omo valley, Kangaten, village Kakuta, Nyangatom tribe, girl with pumpkin calabash / AETHIOPIEN, Omo Tal, Kangaten, Dorf Kakuta, Nyangatom Hirtenvolk, Maedchen mit kalabasse
RMACA4MR–A camel lies dead by the side of the track, killed by Somalia's worst drought in 20 years
RMCFRNYY–MORE THAN A HUNDRED ETHIOPAIN WOMEN WITH CHILDREN WAIT AT A FOOD DISTRIBUTION LOCATION
RM2A5YPEF–Photographic print of an emaciated famine victim standing in between Miss Neil and an unidentified woman. Dated 1910
RMHDEGA3–Detail of the Famine Window in Belfast City Hall
RMA6EWF8–B/W ofsStarving children during the civil war. Bahr al Gahzal, South Sudan
RMHHG4J4–Soup kitchen in Manchester, England during the Cotton Famine (Lancashire Cotton Famine), of North West England in 1862. People are shown queuing up for rations, and water. The American Civil war was the catalyst for the famine.
RFATDDA5–Memorial to the victims of the Great Potato famine in Dublin Ireland
RMA2TG68–rwandan refugees july 1994 displaced children in ndosho orpahnage housing over 4000 some are suffering from cholera malaria aids
RMCWAYP5–Irish peasants starving during the Potato Famine (1845-1849), 1846.
RMD3FNMK–IDP's receiving their daily lunchtime food ration at the WFP-funded Hamar Weyne Feeding Centre.
RMA90WBK–Children eating phala (maize porridge) as part of the Joseph Project feeding programme in the village of Kendekeza Malawi Africa
RMA35N15–Sudan,famine,1985. Refugees from Ethiopia at Girba Camp on the border between Ethiopia and Sudan.
RMC05GPM–Famine victim in Darfur Sudan Africa
RMBMCK5H–Women and children in line at the foodstation at Krisrooa.
RMA1WGDB–SOUTH SUDAN AUGUST 1998 FAMINE. ALVAT ATUIAI WITH HER CHILD WAITING FOR FOOD 1998
RFARYE0A–Detail of Famine Memorial sculpture Murrisk Co Mayo
RMACGA2M–Failing maize, corn, crop struggling to grow in non-irrigated farmland in Tanzania, East Africa
RM2JBWRGP–SENEGAL, Kaolack, Medina Sabakh near Gambia, community warehouse in village Loyene, storage of grain for times of food scarcity / Gemeinschaft Getreidespeicher in Loyene, von der Caritas gefördert
RMAC71GJ–Seynab Abey holds severely malnourished daughter Fatuma Hared 18 months Fatuma is also suffering from TB
RMB784RC–A homeless mother and her two children amongst the tourists of Jaipur, India. Every winter nearly 2,000 homeless people die in I
RMAAE025–A cow seeks food and water on cracked earth during a prolonged drought
RMAX3JHC–Famine and poverty both impacted on mothers and children during Angola's long running civil war.
RMA9RTD3–B/W of a Dinka girl with bowl of wild fruit. Ajiep, South Sudan
RF2H8K11X–Volunteers help. Young people serving hot soup for homeless in community charity donation center, closeup
RM2DJ50W3–Sanaa, Yemen. 13th Dec, 2020. A Yemeni malnourished girl receives medical treatment in Al-Sabeen hospital in Sanaa, Yemen, Dec. 13, 2020. TO GO WITH '5 mln Yemenis 'one step away from famine' in 2021: UN' Credit: Mohammed Mohammed/Xinhua/Alamy Live News
RMA2TG6A–rwandan refugees july 1994 displaced children in ndosho orphanage housing over 4000 some suffering from cholera malaria or aids
RMHGTBW3–Somalian living in makeshift shelters walking past a graveyard at the Dadaab refugee camp on the border of Somalia and Kenya.
RMM74E9R–The Irish Potato Famine. Engraving entitled Emigrants leaving Ireland by Henry Doyle from An Illustrated History of Ireland by Mary Frances Cusack, 1868.
RMA90WAH–Serving phala to hungry children as part of the Joseph Project feeding programme in the village of Kendekeza, Malawi, Africa
RMA35N0A–Sudan,famine,1985. Refugees from Ethiopia at Girba Camp on the border between Ethiopia and Sudan.
RFAY8X37–FAMINE CRISIS IN NIGER WEST AFRICA. A YOUNG MALNURISHED GIRL FROM THE FAMINE STRICKEN CITY OF MARADI, NIGER, WEST AFRICA.
RMGG2CJA–Famine in India 'Le Petit journal' 1897 India
RMA1WGCD–SOUTH SUDAN AUGUST 1998 FAMINE AJIEP SUPPLEMENTARY FEEDING Children wait for food 1998
RF2BDXNPF–The Great Famine, The Emigrants' Farewell, 19th Century
RM2A70TEB–1920’s Vintage Russian appeals poster by Sergei Chekhonin, The Union of Art Workers Aids the Starving. Poster, 1921. ‘In 1921 the Volga region was hit by a terrible famine – the result of an unprecedented drought. Posters, slogans, and newspaper articles called on people to help the starving and to share their last crust of bread with them. People did everything they could and more.’
RMACEGC6–Failing maize, corn, crop struggling to grow in non-irrigated farmland in Tanzania, East Africa
RMKETJ6D–Famine Stricken in Sudan, circa 1880
RMBBHKAJ–Joseph of Egypt receiving cattle in exchange for bread during a famine. Hand-colored woodcut
RMG81FWM–Bob Geldof - Press Conference - British Aerospace. Pop star Bob Geldof after his return from a 12 day tour of the African famine belt.
RMTAACC2–The Potato Famine in Ireland, 1846. Starving peasants at the gate of a workhouse. The disastrous potato famine of 1846 to 1852 hit Ireland and Scotland. The potato disease 'Blight' possibly arrived on ships from America. In Ireland more than 1 million people starved to death and one in four people died or emigrated.
RMCPJB5E–Black market during the famine, 1921
RMC80BRF–President with blond child at the opening of the Irish Famine Museum
RM2K02KWX–Famine is coming. Painting by I. Vladimirov
RM2G8G5R1–British troops escorting a meal cart during the Great Famine or the Great Hunger, 1845 - 1852. Food convoys were moved under police escort and often attacked. After an illustration in The Pictorial Times issue of October 30, 1847.
RF2HJRTY4–Here the funeral of a famine victim, only too common a sight, is passing the Spasskiya Gate in the Kremlin at Kazan. Russia (1923)
RMM74E9T–The Irish Potato Famine. An engraving from the Illustrated London News, dated December 22nd 1849, showing a starving woman and her children during the Great Famine in Ireland, which started in 1845. The picture depicts a woman named Bridget O'Donnel.
RMA53G9K–Delivering food supplies as part of the Joseph Project feeding programme in the village of Lombwa, Malawi, Africa
RMA23BNR–FAMINE IN SUDAN 1985 GIRBA REFUGEE CAMP ON BORDER WITH ETHIOPIA IN GEDAREF PROVINCE
RFAY8X97–YOUNG GIRLS PERFORM A RAIN DANCE IN DESPERATE HOPE FOR RAIN TO HELP THE WILTING CROPS GROW IN A VILLIAGE NEAR THE FAMINE STRI
RMHN2MDB–Famine during the Spanish-American war May 1898 Cuba
RMA1WGE0–SOUTH SUDAN AUGUST 1998 FAMINE AJIEP AYAK AGAU WASHES BODY OF DAUGHTER AYP MO 1998
RM2BDXNR9–Gorta Beag, Irish Famine, 1879
RM2B76C3R–IRISH FAMINE Farmers applying for seed potatoes about 1850
RME0KR4R–Ernest Bevin at the opening of a conference on famine prevention
RM2CFJYWJ–Russia Restituenda (Russia Must Recover). Social promotional poster designed by Czech Art Nouveau artist Alfons Mucha (1922) for the campaign for starving Russian children during the Russian famine in 1921-1922.
RMAHPHN4–Russian serfs using thatch from their roofs to feed livestock during a famine 1890s. Hand-colored woodcut
RMEYK08J–Old Testament. The Famine in Samaria. Bible engraving by Gustave Dore, 19th century.
RMW60B9X–Ejectment of Irish peasants: a print from 'The Illustrated London News', 1848. The Irish Potato Famine: Irish peasant families were evicted as they were unable to pay their rent because of the failure of the potato crop due to Potato Blight. The Great Famine, Great Hunger or Potato Famine, was a period of mass starvation and disease in Ireland from 1845 to 1849.
RM2DBHY09–Severe famine in the USSR as a result of the forced collectivization of agriculture. Here are two brothers, one of whom has already starved to death.
RF2ME4RT3–The 1906 caption reads: “EVICTION IN IRELAND.—The main political struggle during Victoria's reign has been over the question of allowing Ireland to govern herself. Much of the land there is the property of owners who reside in England and know nothing of their tenants. Hence these are sometimes treated with cruel harshness, and the very police who are ordered to evict them, pity and seek to comfort them, as in our illustration.” The Great Famine, also known within Ireland as the Great Hunger or simply the Famine and outside Ireland as the Irish Potato Famine, was a period of starvation and dis
RM2G8G5R3–Armed Irish peasants waiting for the arrival of a meal cart during the Great Famine or the Great Hunger, 1845 - 1852. Food convoys were moved under police escort and often attacked. After an illustration in The Pictorial Times issue of October 30, 1847.
RMM9MF6F–Vintage WW1 1920’s Germany Propaganda anti-Russian Soviet Poster “Bolshevism brings war, unemployment and famine”...Reasons for fighting Bolshevism
RM2F7D0RJ–Thomas Nast, February 1880 cover of Harper's Weekly depicting the Irish Famine of 1879. The illustration is entitled ' The Herald of relief from America'. A woman is standing on an Irish cliff with a sign saying 'Help' with an inscription below saying 'We are starving - Ireland'.
RMA53G1J–Serving phala to hungry children as part of the Joseph Project feeding programme in the village of Buli, Malawi, Africa
RMA23BKT–FAMINE IN SUDAN 1985 REFUGEE CAMP AT EL FASHER DARFUR REGION AMERICAN FOOD AID ARRIVES AT EL FASHER AIRPORT
RMK51DTH–The Great Famine of Ireland (1845-1853)
RMGG2BHM–Social conditions: famine and misery: Bridget O'Donnel and her children in 'Illustrated London News' 1849 Ireland
RMAC8BKP–Sierra Leone 1999 Victims of war Severely malnourished baby
RM2GGP743–The Great Famine was a period of mass starvation and disease in Ireland from 1845-49.
RMC5X063–IRISH POTATO FAMINE 1840s A womand begs for her children
RME0YH22–May 05, 1970 - In A Cage For A Cause: ''Factory farming and famine go together'' is the theme of a five-day exhibition, organised by the Compassion in World Farming Trust, being held at the Ceylon Tea Centre, Regent Street, London. A highlight of the exhibition is a human ''cage'' built to scale with those in common use, under factory farming codes. The exhibition is aimed at proving to the ''plastic people'' (the Trust's name for unthinking consumers0 that factory farming, because of its uneconomic concept, and famine, go hand-in-hand - and that there are practical alternatives to both
RM2BF61PA–THE COLLIER LADS LAMENT - A broadsheet / song-sheet from the 1840's , a time of hunger, unemployment, poverty and general distress amongst the poorer members of society, especially following the abolition of Britain’s Corn Laws in Britain in 1846 and the Irish potato famine. Published by William Pratt of 82, Digbeth, Birmingham, England - The 'Cheapest Song Warehouse in England'
RM2DM179T–Skibbereen, West Cork, Ireland. 16th Dec, 2020. The sun sets over Abbeystrowry Graveyard in Skibbereen this evening. There are between 8,000 - 10,000 famine victims buried in the graveyard. Credit: AG News/Alamy Live News
RMMJ9G1N–Henri de Navarre bringing hungry villagers to be fed during a famine in France. Hand-colored woodcut
RMTAACCJ–Scene during the cotton famine in Lancashire', 1862. Plate from The Illustrated London News, November 29th, 1863. The cotton famine was a depression in the textile industry in the North West of England brought about by the interruption of imports of cotton from America caused by the American Civil War. This engraving depicts a scene at the Manchester and Salford Provident Society, who issued provision tickets to help relieve the prevalent distress.
RM2DBHXYN–A half-starved peasant family in the granary area of the Soviet Union, Ukraine, during the famine in the winter of 1921/22.
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