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.
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