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Photographer Robert Capa during WWII.

March Photographer Robert Capa with his Rolleiflex camera, before leaving to parachute into Germany with American forces. Capa was as famous as his images; he managed to become an icon in himself.

A U.S. Army soldier pauses for a rest amongst the ruins during the Battle of Normandy. Saint-Sauveur-le-Vicomte, Manche, Lower Normandy, France. 16 June 1944.

operationbarbarossa: “ A U. soldier in Saint-Sauveur-Le-Vicomte, France - 16 June 1944 Photo by Robert Capa ”

Signal Corps photographer Sam Vestal of Stars and Stripes somewhere in the ETO.    After the war Vestal would later go on to win a Pulitzer Prize in 1956 for the Register-Pajaronian newspaper in California after taking a photograph at gunpoint to expose a corrupt District Attorney. He also took some of the most iconic photographs of the 1950s and 60s. He died at the age of 70 in 2002.

II, Photographer Sam Vestal, Signal Corps photographer of Stars and Stripes somewhere in the ETO. After the war Vestal would later go on to win a Pulitzer Prize in He also took some of the most iconic photographs of the and

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K rations, 3 days work. I mocked up these and put balsa wood in them. I had 1 reproduction that I could eat and it was great fun to see the public see our food.

K rations, 3 days work. I mocked up these and put balsa wood in them. I had 1 reproduction that I could eat and it was great fun to see the public see our food.

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Marine at Tarawa with two bandoliers slung across chest, note he has hand grenades and ready en-bloc clips hung on the bandoliers.

Front de l’Atlantique : l’attaque de la poche de Royan. – ECPAD

Front de l’Atlantique : l’attaque de la poche de Royan. – ECPAD

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