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REQUIEM, BY THE PHOTOGRAPHERS WHO DIED IN VIETNAM AND INDOCHINA

 "This book is dedicated to the 135 photographers of different nations who are known to have died or to have disappeared while covering the wars in Indochina, Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos. Their lives are remembered through their work here assembled."

Authored by Horst Faas and Tim Page.

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**All photographs copyright as noted. Copying any of the photographs on this page in part or in whole without the explicit authorization of their copyright holder is strictly prohibited.**

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 Everette Dixie Reese, Angkor Cambodia 1954

 Everette Dixie Reese, Hanoi, Vietnam 1954

 Pierre Jahan, Tonkin Vietnam, 1952 (SIRPA/ECPA)

   

 

 Jean Peraud, Tonkin, Vietnam, 1952 (SIRPA/ECPA)

 Larry Burrows, Vietnam, 1966 (Life)

 Huynh Thanh My of the Associated Press, Vietnam, 1965

   

 

 Huynh Thanh My, Mekong Delta, 1965 (AP)

 Henri Huet, Vietnam, 1966 (AP)

 Henri Huet, Vietnam, 1966 (AP)

 

 

  Henri Huet, Vietnam, 1965 (AP)

 Dana Stone, Vietnam, 1966 (UPI)

 Larry Burrows Vietnam, 1966 (Life)

   

 

 Kyoichi Sawada, Vietnam, 1965 (UPI) 1966 Pullitzer Prize winner.

  Gilles Caron, Vietnam, 1967, (Gamma)

 Henri Huet, Vietnam, 1966 (AP)

   

 

 Henri Huet, Vietnam, 1969 (AP)

 Henri Huet, Vietnam, 1966 (AP)

 Kyoichi Sawada, Vietnam, 1968 (UPI)

   

 

 Sou Vichith, Cambodia, 1975 (Gamma)

Sou Vichith, Cambodia, 1975 (Gamma) 

Henri Huet, Vietnam, 1965 (AP) 

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