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photos by Robert Capa



Pablo Picasso and Françoise Gilot and Picasso's nephew, Javier Vilato.


Spain, Barcelona. January 1939. Watching an air raid over the city. Barcelona was being heavily bombed by fascist planes, as General Franco's troops rapidly approached (left). Nüremberg, 20th April 1945. The city after the Allied bombing.


Spain, Madrid. Winter 1936-1937. After an Italo-German air raid. The Nationalist offensive on Madrid, which lasted from November 1936 to February 1937, was one of the fiercest of the Civil War. During this period Italy and Germany started helping the Nationalist forces, and the USSR the Popular Front government.


France, Paris. August 25th, 1944. Members of the French Resistance during the liberation of the city.


France, Chartres. August 18th, 1944. A mother (dark dress) and her daughter (white dress), accused of collaboration, have their hair shaved, as a sign of humiliation. The daughter is holding a baby conceived with a German soldier.


August, 1945. An American soldier selling a watch to a Russian soldier.




After the entry of the French 2nd Armored Division, numerous pockets of German snipers had to be rooted out in street fighting. Many French civilians and members of the Resistance helped the French troops in this fighting. This photograph shows a French civilian who was unable to contain his wrath against a German soldier who had surrendered. Paris. August 25th, 1944.


Soldiers of the U.S. 82nd Airborne Division. Saint-Sauveur-le-Vicomte, France, June 16, 1944.


Running for shelter during an air raid Bilbau, May 1937.


Just after the liberation of the town, a French woman who had had a baby with a German soldier was punished by having her head shaved. Chartres, Eure-et-Loir, France, 18 August 1944.


Immigrants from Europe Arriving in Haifa, Israel.


Tour de France bicycle race, France, July 1939.


Watching the Tour de France in front of the bicycle shop owned by Pierre Cloarec, one of the cyclists in the race, Pleyben, Brittany, France, July 1939.


Watching the Tour de France in front of the bicycle shop owned by Pierre Cloarec, one of the cyclists in the race, Pleyben, Brittany, France, July 1939.


Galilee. Near Gedera (south of Tel Aviv). November-December, 1950. Village for blind immigrants (victims of trachoma) and their families, founded by a Pole. Three men are led to the community dining hall.


Haifa, Israel, 1950.


Italy, Naples. Funeral of 20 teenage partisans of the Liceo Sannazaro, in the Vomero district. Led by one of their teachers, the boys had fought against the Germans for 4 days before the arrival of the Allies. October 2nd, 1943.


Landing of the American troops on Omaha Beach. Normandy. June 6th, 1944.


Nuremberg, Germany, April 20, 1945, (right).


Gary Cooper, 1942.


Spain, Madrid. November-December 1936. A member of the International Brigades.


Pablo Picasso in his studio at the Rue des Grands-Augustins, Paris.


Gary Cooper, 1942.


American soldier (left) interrogating an Italian prisoner of war.


Sicily, Italy, August 1943.


Truman Capote, Italy, 1953.


Henri Matisse, France.


Israel, Tel Aviv. May, 1949. Armon Café, on Hayarkan Street.


France, Eure-et-loir. Chartres. August 18th, 1944. Shortly after the liberation of the city, a French woman who had a baby with a German soldier has her head shaved, as a sign of humiliation. Her mother (left) suffered the same treatment.


Spain, April 1935, (left). Spain, Barcelona. January 1939. Little girl resting during the evacuation of the city.


A member of the American Medical Corps treats a German prisoner of war. Italy, July 1943.


France, Eure-et-Loir. Chartres. August 18th, 1944. Shortly after the liberation of the city, a French woman who had collaborated with the Germans has her hair shaved at police headquarters as a sign of humiliation.


Ernest Hemingway and his son Gregory. Sun Valley, October 1941.


Ernest Hemingway.


Spain, Madrid. November-December 1936. After the Italo-German air raids. The Nationalist offensive on Madrid, which lasted from November 1936 to February 1937, was one of the fiercest of the Civil War. During this period Italy and Germany started helping the Nationalist forces, and the USSR the Popular Front government. The civilians were severely affected by the bombings.


Members of the International Brigades, engaged in a house to house fight around the slaughterhouse, near the university campus, in the western outskirts of the capital. Madrid. November-December 1936.


Death of a loyalist militiaman. Spain, Cordoba front. September, 1936.


Near Nicosia, July 28th, 1943. An Italian soldier straggling behind a column of his captured comrades , marching towards a Prisoner Of War camp.




Ernest Hemingway.


France, near Chartres. August, 1944. Resistance fighters take a German paratroop officer prisoner.


Republican Soldier and Gerda Taro, near Cordoba, Spain 1936.


Haifa, May/June, 1950. Immigrants from Europe arriving to settle in Israel.


Berlin. Jewish New Year.


Paris, Les Champs ELysées. August 26th, 1944. Members of the French Resistance and soldiers of the French Army celebrating the liberation of the city.


Italy, Cefalu. Two days after the liberation of the city. July 26th, 1943.


France, Paris. August 26th, 1944. General Charles de Gaulle leading the parade down the Avenue des Champs-Elysées to celebrate the liberation of the city.




France Paris. June 1936. Employees of the department store "Galeries Lafayette" on the rooftop terrace during a sit-in strike, (right).


Spain, Barcelona. January 13, 1939. Man with two women and a baby preparing for mobilization as General Franco's troops approached the city.


Spain, Barcelona. August 1936. Republican militiamembers.

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