Photographs by Jindrich Marco.
156 pp., 80 duotone illustrations, 6½x7".
The Czech photojournalist Jindrich Marco (1921–2000) is best known for his World War II photographs, which, rather than depicting killing fields, captured the ordinary citizens of war-torn cities like Berlin, Dresden and Warsaw returning home and attempting to pick up the pieces. This monograph includes
these and later series made throughout Europe in happier times.
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