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 © International Center of Photography | Near Biarritz. August 1951. A village festival.
Paris 1936 (Robert Capa)
Autrefois à Paris (de Daguerre à 1970)
An outdoor school class for immigrant children in the Parod transit camp (Robert Capa)
The Beloved Land ישראל
1950 Yemeni Jews. Shaar Aliyah reception center near Haifa (Robert Capa)
1950 Upon their arrival at the port of Haifa, new immigrants were placed in a receiving camp of Shaar Aliyah, where they would be housed until permanent accommodation could be found for them (Robert Capa)
Haifa 1949-50 Yemeni Jewish girl in a transit camp for new immigrants (Rober Capa)
Robert Capa. Jerusalem. A teacher in a Yeshiva
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Robert Capa, Untitled, Near Wesel, Germany, March 24, 1945
≈ food for thought ≈
Robert Capa, "France. Normandy. June 6th, 1944. Landing of the American troops on Omaha Beach."