5 edition of Shooting the War found in the catalog.
Shooting the War
|Statement||Otto Giese and James E. Wise.|
|Contributions||Wise, James E.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||289|
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With the sensitivity and involvement of a photographer, and the insights and persistence of a historian, when has made Shooting War a landmark book that is not only about the photographers who have covered the wars but also one of the strongest and most perceptive books yet about war itself."-Carl Mydans, staff photographer, Time, and one of the five /5(6).
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