Robert Capa, American soldiers, Salerno, Italy, 1943

Robert Capa, American soldiers, Salerno, Italy, 1943 World War II

Día D 1944 por Robert Capa

Soldiers from the US Army's Infantry Division cross the Rhine River in assault boats under heavy Nazi German fire in support of Operation Plunder on 24 March World War II.

Palermo, 1943. Foto: Robert Capa.

L'American Medical Corps in Palermo, just after the liberation of the city, July, 1943 // by Robert Capa

Robert Capa.  Salida de asesores militares alemanes de Chiang Kai-shek.  Hankow, 1938

Departure of Chaing Kai-shek's German military advisors. Hankow, July 5 by Robert Capa.

Gerda Taro//Robert Capa

Les révélations de la "valise mexicaine" de Robert Capa

Robert Cappa 1944.

Drivers of the French ambulance corps near the fighting zone, waiting to be called. 1944 Motoristas do corpo de ambulância francesa perto da zona de combate, à espera de ser chamado.

A portrait of Robert Capa taken by Yuji Okumura on May 1, 1954, at Meiji Jingu Gaien park in Tokyo (Provided by Mieko Okumura)

A portrait of Robert Capa taken by Yuji Okumura on May at Meiji Jingu Gaien park in Tokyo (Provided by Mieko Okumura)

Robert Capa

War front An American soldier in Saint-Sauveur-le-Vicomte, France - 16 June Photo by Robert Capa.

Robert Capa & George Rodger, grandes fotógrafos de guerra, Nápoles, 1943.  Capa más tarde tomaría las famosas fotos de los aterrizajes de Omaha Beach en el D-Day.

Robert Capa & George Rodger, great war photographers, Naples, Capa would later take the famous pictures of the Omaha Beach landings on D-Day.

Saludo rojo. | Robert Capa - Spain.

25 October 1938 Bidding farewell to the International Brigades dismissed by the Republican government as a consequence of Stalin's friendship with Germany. Montblanc near Barcelona By Robert Capa

Robert Capa

Capa in Color

skiers begin a run at Zermatt, Switzerland with the iconic Matterhorn mountain in the background 1949 by Robert Capa

Hemingway (Robert Capa)

Robert Capa [Ernest Hemingway (third from the left), New York Times journalist Herbert Matthews (second from the left) and two Republican soldiers, Teruel, Spain], late December 1937 Negative

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