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Another huge round up of infographics from newspapers and magazines

September 10, 2015

Among the many subjects that have been illustrated in infographics, in the past few weeks, we picked two human tragedies that, despite being apart 70 years, have so much in common. Many newspapers celebrated the 70th anniversary of the A-bombings in Hiroshima and Nagasaki with visuals that show the events that ultimately lead to the end of the Second World War.

Sadly, 70 years later, Europe is facing a new refugee crisis, a humanitarian drama that is being followed closely by the worldwide press. With no end at sight, the upcoming editions of This is Visual Journalism will most certainly feature more works around this tragedy.

Hiroshima Atomic Bomb | Makis Theofilopoulos | TA Nea

(image: TA Nea)

(Via)

The most devastating bomb | Walter Cortez | La Industria

(image: La Industria)

(Via)

The morning of August 6, 1945 | Alan Jürgens | La Vanguardia

(image: La Vanguardia)

(Via)

70 years after the tragedy | Billy Melgar Guzman | Prensa Libre

(image: Prensa Libre)

(Via)

Hiroshima, living pain | Francisco José Moyá, Ramón Curto | El Periodico

(image: El Periodico)

(Via)

70 years after peace was signed | Jairo RMZ Murillo, Jesus R. Sanchez | Record

(image: Record)

(Via)

What if an atomic bomb hit Hong Kong or Beijing, or where you live? | Alberto Lucas López | South China Morning Post

(image: South China Morning Post)

(Via)

Deadly migrant routes | Jules Grandin, Flavie Holzinger | Le Monde

(image: Le Monde)

(Via)

Biggest flood of refugees since World War II | Elena Segura, J. Torres | ABC

(image: ABC)

(Via)

Migration in Europe in 2015 | Il Corriere della Sera

(image: Il Corriere della Sera)

(Via)

Asylum policies in Europe | Le Monde

(image: Le Monde)

(Via)

 

Now, the usual assorted mix of infographics on different topics:

Sultans of Swing | Khaleej Times

(image: Khaleej Times)

(Via)

The history of Guatemala | Billy Melgar Guzman | Prensa Libre

(image: Prensa Libre)

(Via)

An enigma in the heart of Africa | National Geographic

(image: National Geographic)

(Via)

What is the most likely Super Bowl rematch? | Joe Moore | Boston Globe

(image: Boston Globe)

(Via)

The power of touch | Francina Cortés | El Periódico

(image: El Periódico)

(Via)

To the rhythm of the music | Jesus Roldán, Noemi Franco | Record

(image: Récord)

(Via)

Squad 201, the Aztec Eagles | Jairo RMZ Murillo | Récord

(image: Récord)

(Via)

World ice creams consumption | Sara Piccolomini | La Lettura, Il Corriere della Sera

(image: La Lettura, Il Corriere della Sera)

(Via)

Pluto’s close up | The Guardian

(image: The Guardian)

(Via)

Relativity’s Influence | OCR / Scientific American

(image: OCR / Scientific American)
(image: OCR / Scientific American)

(Via)

The deadliest countries for journalists | John Muyskens, Samuel Granados | The Washington Post

(image: The Washington Post)

(Via)

How China will rebuild its People’s Liberation Army | South China Morning Post

(image: South China Morning Post)

(Via)

How killer whales hunt | Fernando G. Baptista, Daniela Santamarina, Emily M. Eng | National Geographic

(image: National Geographic)

(Via)

The conquest of the sailfish | Sergio Espada, Juan Carlos López | Prensa Libre

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(Via)

All about the red shrimp | Raul Camañas | La Vanguardia

(image: La Vanguardia)

(Via)

China’s war of resistance | Dennis Wong | South China Morning Post

(image: South China Morning Post)

(Via)

Paul McCartney | Enrique Pacheco | El Debate de Los Mochis Sinaloa

(image: El Debate de Los Mochis Sinaloa)

(Via)

Augusta’s Master | Fernando Robato | Diario AS

(image: Diario AS)

(Via)

Gaia Satellite | Erick Zepeda, Alfredo Peralta | La Razón de Mexico

(image: Estado de SP)

(Via)

And from Brazil:

Hiroshima, 70 years | Folha de Sao Paulo

(image: Estado de SP)

(Via)

The attack on Hiroshima | Estado de SP

(image: Estado de SP)

(Via)

Dilma’s popularity crisis | Estado de SP

(image: Estado de SP)

(Via)

Food trucks | O Povo

(image: O Povo)

(Via)

The numbers of a giant | O Tempo

(image: O Tempo)

(Via)

Devaluation of the Real | Estado de SP

(image: Estado de SP)

(Via)

 

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Written by Tiago Veloso

Tiago Veloso is the founder and editor of Visualoop and Visualoop Brasil . He is Portuguese, currently based in Bonito, Brazil.

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