1913 – Robert Capa, born on the 22nd of October in Hungary. He was an American war photographer.
1933 – He came to Paris and from that time on recorded with profound concern the spectacle of humanity caught in war.
1936 – He covered the Spanish civil war, taking the photograph of a Loyalist at the instant of death that has become a classic.
1946 – He helped found Magnum, a select agency for photojournalists.
1938 – 1964 – His books include Death in the Making and Images of War.
1951 – In 18 years he covered five wars; the result is a powerful and very personal indictment of war.
1954 – He was killed in Vietnam by a Viet Minh land mine while photographing French combat troops on the 25th of May.