Sven Türck (1897 - 1954) was a Danish photographer who had a versatile repertoire, and primarily worked in the 1930s and 1940s. He made more than 70,000 recordings of daily life, national symbols, events, businesses and people, almost all of them at the Royal Library.
Türck's pictures give us a photographic impression of Danish society during the 1930s and 1940s. The cities have grown and rural life is already distant to many people. Clerks and sales women are biking through the streets or enjoying leisure time on the beach...
|Riding a bike|
|Showing the catch|
|Statue of a soldier carrying a bugler in Copenhagen|
|Summer at Bellevue|
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