"They Fight With Cameras: Walter Rosenblum in WWII From D-Day to Dachau" Book

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"They Fight With Cameras: Walter Rosenblum in WWII From D-Day to Dachau" Book

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Curated by Manuela Fugenzi

Essay by Daniel Allentuck

Still photographs and memorabilia document the war experiences of Walter Rosenblum, one of the most decorated photographers of WWII, and allow us to acknowledge and remember the work of all the photographers in WWII who chose to fight with cameras.

A photographer for more than fifty years and an important figure in the advancement of twentieth century photography, Walter Rosenblum is the author of the iconic photograph Omaha Beach Rescue on the cover of this book, still very much in use whenever this historic day is recalled. In his essay, Daniel Allentuck provides an accurate account of the context and circumstances in which Detachment ‘P’ 163rd Signal Photographic Company worked, and clarifies unequivocally the history of this image, supported by the evidentiary proof of original documents.

Hardcover, 96 pages, 25 photos, text in English, Format 17x24

ISBN 978-88-98391-21-9

Published by Postcart Edizione, Italy

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