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intimate scene: Gerda Taro, sleeping in pajamas, in one of the newly discovered photos of Robert Capa, taken approximately in 1936. Photo: ROBERT CAPA

Spain - - GC - Gerda Taro, sleeping in pajamas, in one of the newly discovered photos of Robert Capa

Gerda Taro, Cordoba, 1936 http://monblog75.blogspot.fr/search/label/Photos%3A%20Robert%20Capa

Robert Capa Gerda Taro with Republican Soldier, Córdoba Front September 1936 Gelatin Silver Print Collection of ICP ©ICP

Gerda Taro Foto de Fred Stein

yearofwomen: “ JUNE 29 - GERDA TARO Born in Germany to a Jewish family, Gerta Pohorylle was arrested in 1933 for distributing anti-Nazi leaflets. Upon her release, she obtained a fake passport and escaped to Paris, where she met photojournalist Andre.

Miliciennes anti-fascistes défendant une barricade (Barcelone 1936) par Robert Capa.

Anti-fascist militia women defending a street barricade Barcelona 1936 by Robert Capa.

Gerda Taro


"Gerda Taro, Guadalajara Front, Spain" by unknown photographer. Taro is regarded as the first female photojournalist to cover the front lines of a war and to die while doing so, was the professional partner of photographer Robert Capa

Gerda Taro, first female war photographer. Killed by a tank while covering the Spanish-American War. She was 26.

Tragic story of Gerda Taro brought to life in new book

Gerda Taro by Fred Stein The forgotten photojournalist killed in action In July 1937 a Jewish emigre from Nazi Germany became the first female war photographer to die on assignment

ROBERT CAPA | Cataluña, España. Soldados republicanos cerca de Barcelona. © Robert Capa #spanishphotography

Robert Capa -- Republican soldiers (anti-Franco fighters) near Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain, 1936

by Gerda Taro

Leading Photographers: Gerda Taro

Gerda Taro: Boy wearing cap of the FAI (Iberian Anarchist Federation), Barcelona, Spain,

Woman Aiming Rifle, Spain 1936

Spain - - GC - Militia fighter on Madrid front, Somosierra - Possibly in CNT militia.

Gerda Taro: Crowd at the gate of the morgue after the air raid, Valencia, May 1937

Gerda Taro produced a fiercely direct body of work during her brief career. Taro was the first female photojournalist to be killed on the battlefield. [Crowd at the gate of the morgue, Valencia, Spain], May © International Center of Photography