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ROBERT CAPA - CHARLES WERTENBAKER      Invasion     1944              

An original and rare copy of Invasion published in 1944 with text by Charles Wertenbaker of Time, illustrated with 16 of Capa's images.
After the initial landings Capa and Wertenbaker decided to document the US advance up the Cotentin peninsula to capture Cherbourg.
On the 15th June Capa photographed men of the 508PIR 82nd Airborne on their cautious advance through St. Sauveur-le-Vicomte.
Cherbourg was eventually liberated on the 27th June 1944.
Capa and Wertenbaker followed Leclerc's 2nd Armoured Division on August 25th 1944 becoming the first US correspondents to enter Paris.
The book is in good condition, including a rare dust jacket with rubs and edge tears and paper loss to the front.


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Other related magazines:

Liberation of Cherbourg Life July 1944

Liberation of Paris September 1944