Charles Bonnekamp was a member of the Dutch Resistance during the WWII. Cameras were also forbidden, and if you would have been caught, you would have faced the consequences. On the way to his work every morning Charles took pictures of everything he didn't like about the German occupation.
"During the war he worked for the national organization for help in hiding, and cycled before the entire city. Everywhere he went, he took pictures of everything that struck him and what he did not like the German occupation.That went secretly, because photography was prohibited. Take cover in a doorway or behind the fogged window of a cafe Bönnekamp hastily made his recordings. "