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The Falling Soldier Robert Capa  (American (born Hungary), Budapest 1913–1954 Thai Binh) Date: 1936 Medium: Gelatin silver print Dimensions: Image: 24.7 x 34 cm (9 3/4 x 13 3/8 in.) Classification: Photographs Credit Line: Gilman Collection, Purchase, Alfred Stieglitz Society Gifts, 2005 Accession Number: 2005.100.166 Rights and Reproduction: Photograph by Robert Capa © Cornell Capa / Magnum

Possibly the most famous of war photographs, this image is all but synonymous with the name of its maker, Robert Capa, who was proclaimed in at the age of twenty-five, "the greatest war photographer in the world" in the British magazine "Picture Post

The D day (by Robert Capa, 1944)

Coast Guard transport ship Samuel Chase, June U. soldiers plan the final details of the D-Day landings using a model of the section of the Normandy coast that had been codenamed Omaha Beach.

Robert Capa  June, 1944  Calvados St Laurent-sur-Mer German soldiers captured by American forces.

Robert Capa June, 1944 Calvados St Laurent-sur-Mer German soldiers captured by American forces.

Robert Capa March 1945 France Arras An American Parachutist preparing to board the plane for the jump accross the Rhine River

Miliciennes anti-fascistes défendant une barricade (Barcelone 1936) par Robert Capa.

Anti-fascist militia women defending a street barricade Barcelona 1936 by Robert Capa.

June 6, 1944: American troops land at Omaha Beach for the invasion of Normandy known as D-Day. This photo is by Robert Capa of "Life" magazine. For an incredible story about how this image was taken while he dodged bullets, click through. 16th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division

smithsonian: “ Today in American troops land at Omaha Beach for the invasion of Normandy, France, known as D-Day. Robert Capa was one of two magazine war correspondents allowed to join the U. troops landing on the shores of Normandy.

Robert Capa, il fotografo dell'emozione e della verità - laCOOLtura

Robert CAPA photographer on a destroyer during the ship arrivals for beach landings and liberation of France.

Sur l'une des célèbres photos de Robert Capa, apparaît une proscrite de la Libération pourchassée par la foule pour avoir collaboré avec l'occupant ...La femme porte un nourrisson dans ses bras. Le photographe américain a pris, ce 18 août 1944 à Chartres, deux clichés de la malheureuse. On la voit marchant au milieu d'une multitude de femmes, suivie de quelques fillettes et d'hommes goguenards.les foules sont friandes. l'enfant à son bras.

French woman accused of "collaboration horizontale", Photo by Robert Capa — France,

Gerda Taro, fotografa alemana retratada en el "Jaime I" atracado en Almería (Foto atribuída a Robert Capa)

artwork: Gerda Taro - [Marines playing musical instruments on board the battleship Jaime I, Almería, Spain], February 1937 Gelatin silver print - © International Center of Photography - Courtesy of International Center of Photography

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Soldier Walking Through Field on Recconnaissnace Mission, Near Troina, Sicily - Robert Capa

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by Gerda Taro

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Gerda Taro: Boy wearing cap of the FAI (Iberian Anarchist Federation), Barcelona, Spain,

Gerda Taro: Crowd at the gate of the morgue after the air raid, Valencia, May 1937

Gerda Taro produced a fiercely direct body of work during her brief career. Taro was the first female photojournalist to be killed on the battlefield. [Crowd at the gate of the morgue, Valencia, Spain], May © International Center of Photography