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Robert Capa, Place de la Concorde depuis le bureau de Time et Life, Paris, 1952

The war photographer Robert Capa, best known for his stark black-and-white images, also worked with color film, as “Capa in Color” at the International Center of Photography shows.

Robert Capa - 1943. US troop carrier traveling from Tunisia to Sicily prior to the invasion of mainland Italy.

Robert Capa, US troop carrier traveling from Tunisia to Sicily prior to the invasion of mainland Italy.

Robert Capa au Jeu de Paume Château de Tours - YouTube

Royal Air Force salvage crews use chemicals to extinguish a fire on a Blenheim bomber that was forced to land on its belly after returning from a bombing raid over Occupied France//Robert Capa

By Robert Capa via Magnum Photos. See more at blog.stickygram.com See more at blog.stickygram.com

St Ouen, near Paris. May-June, Sit-in strikers at the Lavalette Construction Company plant, sat on the surrounding walls in order to see their friends and families//Robert Capa

vintage everyday: Wonderful Colour Photographs of World War II by Robert Capa

England, After extinguishing flames with chemicals, Royal Air Force firefighters surround a Blenheim bomber that was forced to land on its belly//Robert Capa

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Robert Capa c'est aussi la couleur

Robert Capa Construction of the new settlements for workers, Neguev Desert, outside Be’er Sheva, Israel, 1950

Robert Capa | International Center of Photography

Robert Capa | International Center of Photography

vintage everyday: Wonderful Colour Photographs of World War II by Robert Capa

American crewmen watch as a bomber prepares to take off from a Royal Air Force base for a daylight bombing raid over occupied France//Robert Capa

Arc de Triomphe, 1952 by Robert Capa

Arc de Triomphe, 1952 by Robert Capa

Robert Capa © International Center of Photography 1950 ISRAEL, Jerusalem, 1949-1950. Women brousing at an outdoor magazine...

Jerusalem, Women browsing at an outdoor magazine kiosk, photo by Robert Capa © International Center of Photography 1950

Robert Capa, The liberation of Cherbourg, Normandy, June 1944.

Robert Capa - American soldiers & French civilians celebrating the liberation of the city in front of Cherbourg's city hall - June 28 1944

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Hungarian construction workers rebuilding a building block in Budapest from the ruins of World War II,

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