Witness to the End, Photographer Reflects on Vietnam
Witness to the End, Photographer Reflects on Vietnam - n 1971, a 24-year old photographer by the name of David Hume Kennerly was sent to cover the Vietnam War by his then employer, United Press International.
The Charter of the United Nations: A Commentary (Oxford Commentaries on International Law) by Bruno Simma. Save 33 Off!. $432.99. Publication: January 20, 2013. Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA; 3 edition (January 20, 2013). 2405 pages. Edition - 3
Breaking historikal silence to heal from historikal woundz: Remembering the 1966 Hunterz Point Uprising
A man faces off with police after shots were fired into a crowd of unarmed youth. The police and National Guard began shooting on word of a sniper. Neither a sniper nor a gun was ever found. This photo and news of the uprising made headlines around the world. – Photo: UPI (United Press International)
Tim Page is one of the world’s best-known war photographers. Page became a war photographer almost by accident when, while traveling in south-east Asia, he witnessed civil war in Laos. Using a borrowed Nikon camera, Page photographed the coup d’état in Vientiane in January 1964 Page photographs were among the few taken of the coup. Later, Page was commissioned by United Press International to photograph the war in Vietnam, becoming one of the first to do so