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Summer 1944. From Weymouth to Paris with Robert CAPA
Summer 1944. From Weymouth to Paris with Robert CAPA
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Iptc.Keywordsbattle of normandy,photoreportage,world war 2,life magazine,war correspondent,magnum,robert capa
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Iptc.DateCreated20030320
Iptc.ByLineJean-Frederic ITTEL pour Paris Match
Iptc.Citychartres
Iptc.ProvinceState28
Iptc.CountryNamefrance
Iptc.HeadlineSummer 1944. From Weymouth to Paris with Robert CAPA
Iptc.Copyright©R.Capa,MagnumPhotos/J.F.Ittel
Iptc.Captionplace Jean Moulin, Chartres. August 18 1944: On his first stay Capa took one of the most famous pictures on the liberation of France, "the shaved women" accused of collaboration with the ennemy. 60 years later a chinese tourist grabs a picture of the cathedral.