1920 – Born in Jewish Berlin on the 31st of October.
1932 – He bought his first camera.
1938 – He fled Germany, leaving on a boat for China, which had no Jewish quotas.
1946 – He met his wife, actress June Browne, in Australia when she came to be photographed.
– She became a photographer as well, under the name Alice Springs. Newton photographed for the leading publications including "Vogue", "Stern", "Jardin des Modes", "Elle", "Queen", and "Playboy," among others.
1948 – He married photographer and actress June Browne, who later changed her name to Alice Springs.
– He set up a studio in Flinders Lane and worked primarily on fashion photography in the affluent post war years.
1961 – Returned to Europe, where he worked for the French, English and American editions of "Vogue".
– Newton settled in Paris and began extensive work as a fashion photographer.
1970 – A heart attack slowed his output somewhat but he extended his work and his notoriety/fame greatly increased,
1980 – He also worked in portraiture and more fantastical studies.
2003 – He was extremely fond of his hometown of Berlin.
– He donated an extensive photo collection to the Preußischer Kulturbesitz foundation.
2004 – Died on the 23rd of January, in an automobile accident in Los Angeles, CA.