The Falling Soldier, 1936

The Falling Soldier, 1936

Robert Capa: The Falling Soldier. Spain, 1936  Possibly the most famous of war photographs, this image is all but synonymous with the name o...

Death of a Loyalist Soldier - which was taken in Cordoba, Spain in 1936 during Spanish Civil War is one of the most famous images of combat ever taken by Robert Capa. This picture is the most remarkable candid images of war ever taken.

Photographer Robert Capa claimed this image, known as "The Falling Soldier," was taken during the Spanish Civil War and captures a Republican militiaman at the moment of death, Cerro Muriano, September 5th, 1936. The image is controversial and in the years following the war many experts have claimed the image was staged.  Photo credit: Robert Capa / Magnum Photos — in Córdoba, Spain.

Photographer Robert Capa claimed this image, known as "The Falling Soldier," was taken during the Spanish Civil War and captures a Republican militiaman at the moment of death, Cerro Muriano, September 5th, 1936. The image is controversial and in the years following the war many experts have claimed the image was staged. Photo credit: Robert Capa / Magnum Photos — in Córdoba, Spain.

The Falling Soldier Artist: Robert Capa (American (born Hungary), Budapest 1913–1954 Thai Binh) Date: 1936, printed later Medium: Gelatin silver print

Loyalist Militiaman at the Moment of Death, Cerro Muriano, September By Robert Capa. Soldier identified later as Federico Borrell García.

The Falling Soldier, 1936.

Death of a loyalist militiaman, Córdoba front, Spain, 1936 © Robert Capa

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A soldier falls... In 1936, Capa went to Spain with Gerda Taro to document the Spanish Civil War. While embedded with a republican militia he took his most famous and controversial image, called Loyalist Militiaman at the Moment of Death, Cerro Muriano, September 5, 1936 - usually called The Falling Soldier.

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A soldier falls... In 1936, Capa went to Spain with Gerda Taro to document the Spanish Civil War. While embedded with a republican militia he took his most famous and controversial image, called Loyalist Militiaman at the Moment of Death, Cerro Muriano, September 5, 1936 - usually called The Falling Soldier.

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Horror of war... The publication of The Falling Soldier in Life magazine exposed the cruel bloodshed of the Spanish Civil War - and made Capa famous. His fiancee Gerda Taro was killed in the conflict in 1937, but Capa remained in Spain. In Barcelona 18 months later, he photographed this woman running for shelter because of an air raid by Franco's forces.

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Horror of war... The publication of The Falling Soldier in Life magazine exposed the cruel bloodshed of the Spanish Civil War - and made Capa famous. His fiancee Gerda Taro was killed in the conflict in 1937, but Capa remained in Spain. In Barcelona 18 months later, he photographed this woman running for shelter because of an air raid by Franco's forces.

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Did Robert Capa Fake ‘The Falling Soldier’ Photos? Here's the Story Behind the Most Iconic Image of the Spanish Civil War

Robert Capa, born as Endre Friedmann, is well-known for his wartime photos during WWII as well as his boldness and bravery and his involvement in Magnum Photos. His life as a photographer started at the age of 18 when he moved out of his native home in Hungary and left for Berlin where he worked as a darkroom apprentice. He was also able to dabble in photography and was able to take pictures of Leon Trotsky. Once Hitler came to power, he went to Paris.......

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March 28, 1939: The Spanish Civil War ends. On the anniversary of the end of the Spanish Civil War, here's our tribute to Capa's photograph of the 'falling soldier.' http://ti.me/GXZv2m

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March The Spanish Civil War ends. On the anniversary of the end of the Spanish Civil War, here's our tribute to Capa's photograph of the 'falling soldier.

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