Hanns-Jörg Anders

Photographer, Germany

1969, World Press Photo of the Year singles, World Press Photo of the Year

1969, Individual awards singles, Others

Hanns-Jörg Anders (Gardelegen, 1942) initially trained to be a commercial clerk. In 1961, Anders won the Deutscher Jugendpreis (Young German Photographers' Prize), and in 1966, he became a freelance photographer. He worked for magazines such as Stern, Paris Match, Epoca, Twen and Eltern. After a 3-minute interview on the telephone with Stern's chief editor Rolf Gilhausen, Anders joined Stern as a staff photographer. Hanns-Jörg Anders retired from Stern in 2002.

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WORLD PRESS PHOTO INVOLVEMENT