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When you have seen many of the compilations of photographs from the Vietnam War, you will realize just how good a photographer Eddie Adams was. Combat is intrinsically interesting to photograph, but there are hundreds of thousands of boring, poorly framed photographs that don't convey much beyond confirming the. Fifty years ago today, the national police chief of South Vietnam calmly approached a prisoner in the middle of a Saigon street and fired a bullet into his head. A few feet away stood Eddie Adams, an Associated Press photographer, eye to his viewfinder. The police chief, Brig. Gen. American photographer Eddie Adams was on a street in the South Vietnam city when troops escorted a barefooted prisoner, dressed in shorts and a plaid shirt, Former South Vietnamese police general Nguyen Ngoc Loan whose execution of Vietcong prisoner became a defining image of Vietnam War.

war vietnam Eddie adams

war vietnam Eddie adams

war vietnam Eddie adams

war vietnam Eddie adams



war vietnam Eddie adams

Photojournalist Eddie Adams captured one of the most famous images of the Vietnam War - the very instant of an execution during the chaos of the Tet Offensive. It would bring him a lifetime of glory, but as James Jeffrey writes, also of sorrow. Warning: This story includes Adams' photo of the moment of the. When you have seen many of the compilations of photographs from the Vietnam War, you will realize just how good a photographer Eddie Adams was. Combat is intrinsically interesting to photograph, but there are hundreds of thousands of boring, poorly framed photographs that don't convey much beyond confirming the. American photographer Eddie Adams was on a street in the South Vietnam city when troops escorted a barefooted prisoner, dressed in shorts and a plaid shirt, Former South Vietnamese police general Nguyen Ngoc Loan whose execution of Vietcong prisoner became a defining image of Vietnam War. Fifty years ago today, the national police chief of South Vietnam calmly approached a prisoner in the middle of a Saigon street and fired a bullet into his head. A few feet away stood Eddie Adams, an Associated Press photographer, eye to his viewfinder. The police chief, Brig. Gen. Associated Press photographer Eddie Adams was on the streets of Saigon on February 1, , two days after the forces of the People's Army of Vietnam and the Viet Cong set off the Tet Yet while U.S. forces beat back the communists, press reports of the anarchy convinced Americans that the war was unwinnable. Associated Press photographer Eddie Adams's camera shutter clicked once, and one of the most powerful pictures of the Vietnam War, or any war, was taken. Feb. 1 is the 50th anniversary of one of the most searing war photos ever taken. Instantly recognizable, it shows an impromptu execution: South Vietnamese general and chief of police Nguyen Ngoc Loan, shooting suspected Viet Cong solider Nguyen Van Lem at close range on a Saigon street, during the. It was while covering the Vietnam War for the Associated Press that he took his best-known photograph—the picture of police chief General Nguyễn Ngọc Loan executing a Vietcong prisoner, Nguyễn Văn Lém, on a Saigon street, on February 1, , during the opening stages of the Tet Offensive. Adams won the   Notable credit(s)‎: ‎Pulitzer Prize–winner. Eddie Adams won accolades for his coverage of conflict.

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