[Found out about this photograph from Life is Strange. Hauntingly incredible.] Robert Capa. Spaanse Burgeroorlog 1936.

Robert Capa: 'The best picture I ever took' - a picture from the past

[Found out about this photograph from Life is Strange. Hauntingly incredible.] Robert Capa. Spaanse Burgeroorlog 1936.

Robert Capa, Untitled, Near Wesel, Germany, March 24, 1945. love Capa. Great LIFE photographer

Robert Capa, Untitled, Near Wesel, Germany, March 24, 1945. love Capa. Great LIFE photographer

Guerra Civil Española Foto de Guerda Taro. The heroine in Alt (J) - Taro. My…

Guerra Civil Española Foto de Guerda Taro. The heroine in Alt (J) - Taro. My…

An American pilot and his kill count. Tunisia, 1943. Robert Capa

An American pilot and his kill count. Tunisia, 1943. Robert Capa

firsttimeuser:    In the annual Easter fair, Sevilla, April 1935(?) by Robert Capa

firsttimeuser: In the annual Easter fair, Sevilla, April 1935(?) by Robert Capa

ROBERT CAPA / D-Day, 1944 / "It never occurred to me until later that in order to take that picture, Capa had to get ahead of that soldier and turn his back on the action."

ROBERT CAPA / D-Day, 1944 / "It never occurred to me until later that in order to take that picture, Capa had to get ahead of that soldier and turn his back on the action."

Robert Capa - Guerra Civil Española

Robert Capa - Guerra Civil Española

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Robert Capa, D-Day, 1944, 2014, normandy landing, normandy landing 1944, D-day 2014, d-day celebrations, Contax II, Capa, vintage photography, vintage pictures, vintage images, débarquement normandie, Jour J, Omaha Beach, Easy Red, normandy beach, WWII, WW2

Pablo Picasso e Françoise Gilot nel 1948, fotografati dal grande Robert Capa (Magnum Photos)

Pablo Picasso e Françoise Gilot nel 1948, fotografati dal grande Robert Capa (Magnum Photos)

This photograph is one of the most iconic pictures taken during WWII. It was a symbol that the Americans were succeeding in war and specifically that they had won the battle on Iwo Jima. Joe Rosenthal was the talented photographer who snapped this picture. Although he didn't know it at the time, this would become probably the most famous picture from WWII. Rosenthal's personal connection was that this was his job and he was there for this event.

Haunting Images Chronicle 165 Years Of A World At War

This photograph is one of the most iconic pictures taken during WWII. It was a symbol that the Americans were succeeding in war and specifically that they had won the battle on Iwo Jima. Joe Rosenthal was the talented photographer who snapped this picture. Although he didn't know it at the time, this would become probably the most famous picture from WWII. Rosenthal's personal connection was that this was his job and he was there for this event.

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