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Robert Capa was the most emblematic and accomplished photojournalist. He was essentially a pioneer. He was so devoted that he eventually lost his life in the field of the First Indochina War. The symbol ε (the greek character for the letter “e”) is the typical denoted symbol of the Relative Permittivity in Physics, which links electricity to mechanics, two theories that were apparently irrelevant to each other.
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Magnificent Eleven is a set of photographs from D-Day (June 6, 1944) taken by Robert Capa. Capa landed with the second wave of troops on Omaha beach, facing the month of German machine guns through the crypts of the Atlantic Wall. Under constant crossfire, Capa [...]
A picture from the first five shots taken by Capa
Invasion in History : The 16th Infantry Regiment of the 1st Infantry Division moving towards the D-Day Beach taken by Capa
History in motion : The 16th Infantry Regiment begins to create the required beachhead
The inevitable: the hatch of the transfer boat opens in front of the longest day of the War
The crystal clear blurred image of the longest day : An American soldier tries to reach Omaha beach, accepting the countless missiles from the German defence.
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