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Operaciones contra la guerrilla en Rhodesia.  Foto de Ross Baughman ganadora del premio Pulitzer de 1978

1978 - Awarded to J. Ross Baughman, Associated Press for his photographs of the guerrillas in Rhodesia.

Instrument of Peace. Nick Ut's Leica that took the Pulitzer Prize-winning photograph of children fleeing from a napalm bombing in the village in Vietnam

Leica used by Nick Ut to take the Pulitzer Prize-winning photograph of children fleeing from a napalm bombing in the village of Trang Bang, in South Vietnam.

Búscame en el ciclo de la vida: 952. "Yo acuso". Madrid bajo las bombas.

Búscame en el ciclo de la vida: 952. "Yo acuso". Madrid bajo las bombas.

The Rhodesian Army puts nooses around guerrillas’ necks and drag them...

J. Ross Baughman

The Rhodesian Army puts nooses around guerrillas’ necks and drag them.

Ethnolinguistic Map of the Peoples of Africa

Ethnolinguistic Map of the Peoples of Africa

Africa - Ethnolinguistic Map of the Peoples Published in December 1971 with the article “The Zulus: Black Nation in a Land of Apartheid,” this map is a supplement to the “Heritage of Africa” map printed in the same issue.

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U.S Soldier dragged through Mogadishu

Bin Laden formed Al-Qaeda in Bin Laden says that “Arab holy warriors” trained in Afghanistan had banded with Somali Muslims in October 1993 to kill 18 U. soldiers in a bloody battle on the streets of Mogadishu Somalia.

Fotos ganadoras de premios Pulitzer - Taringa!

Fotos ganadoras de premios Pulitzer

1951 - Taken by Max Desfor for the Associated Press. Taken in the Korean War, reflects how scores of refugees passing through a bridge practically detruido. The title is "Flight of Refugees Across Wrecked Bridge in Korea".

Fotos ganadoras de premios Pulitzer - Taringa!

Fotos ganadoras de premios Pulitzer

In 1977, J. Ross Baughman was documenting the bloody guerrilla war that broke out in Rhodesia as the minority white rule slowly disintegrates there; the attacks on anti-government guerillas were especially fierce and Baughman rode with a cavalry unit, Grey’s Scouts

J. Ross Baughman

In 1977, J. Ross Baughman was documenting the bloody guerrilla war that broke out in Rhodesia as the minority white rule slowly disintegrates there; the attacks on anti-government guerillas were especially fierce and Baughman rode with a cavalry unit, Grey’s Scouts

“They force them to line up in push-up stance. They’re holding that position for 45 minutes in the sun, many of them starting to shake violently. The poor guy on the end started crying and going crazy and he finally broke and started talking.”

J Ross Baughman, Associated Press-A Rhodesian soldier questioning villagers near the border of Botswana in the fall of

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