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American word-smith Irwin Shaw (1913 1984) was quick to reminisce about the bad old days of World War II and Robert Capa (1913 1954), who fit it like a round peg fits a round hole:

"Capa is a dangerous influence because he has perfected the trick of making life among the bombed cities and the stinking battlefields of our time seem gay and dashing and glamorous..."

Click here to read an anecdote about Robert Capa during the Spanish Civil War.

     


Irwin Shaw Recalled Combat Photographer<BR>Robert Capa ('47 Magazine, 1947)

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