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The article posted at the right was written by the well-known author and New Yorker contributor John Hersey (1913 – 1954); it is a review of Slightly Out of Focus, the memoir by the most famous of combat photographers from the Second World War: Robert Capa (né Andre Friedmann: 1913 – 1954). An informative read, you will learn how the man came to be a photo journalist, and how he acquired his nom de plume.

The photo posted above dates to 1945; the photographer is unknown.

Click here to read what General James Gavin remembered about photographer Robert Capa.
Click here to read what the writer Irwin Shaw had to say about Robert Capa.
Click here if you care to read what the scribe William Saroyan remembered about his days with Capa.
Click Here to Read Additional Magazine Articles About W.W. II Photographers

Available from Amazon: Slightly Out of Focus

     


Robert Capa:  <em>Slightly Out of Focus</em> ('47 Magazine)

Robert Capa:  <em>Slightly Out of Focus</em> ('47 Magazine)

Robert Capa:  <em>Slightly Out of Focus</em> ('47 Magazine)

Robert Capa:  <em>Slightly Out of Focus</em> ('47 Magazine)

Robert Capa:  <em>Slightly Out of Focus</em> ('47 Magazine)

Robert Capa:  <em>Slightly Out of Focus</em> ('47 Magazine)

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