French TV crew's last shot of Sean Flynn alive proves Flynn and Dana Stone did not foolishly ride up to Communist forces planning to be captured. Photos below of human remains recovered in Cambodia by Fred Wissink. Photos of x-rays taken at the Phnom Penh Odontology Academy prior to hand over of remains to US authorities. Special thanks to Antoine Caillant in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
Mike Herr and Sean Flynn.
Nouvel article à lire sur SHOTS : Larry Burrows day. Le témoignage pour l'humanité.
In this April 2, 1967 photo, a dead U.S. soldier lays on the battlefield with a sheet over him in Vietnam.
Tim Page is one of the world’s best-known war photographers. Page became a war photographer almost by accident when, while traveling in south-east Asia, he witnessed civil war in Laos. Using a borrowed Nikon camera, Page photographed the coup d’état in Vientiane in January 1964 Page photographs were among the few taken of the coup. Later, Page was commissioned by United Press International to photograph the war in Vietnam, becoming one of the first to do so
Photojournalist Sean Leslie Flynn. Born 31 May 1941, Los Angeles, California. Disappeared 6 April 1970, Cambodia
LARRY BURROWS .... Photographer KIA 1971 over Laos
Battle of Dak To, Hill 875, South Vietnam, November 1967
Tim Page (right) with Sean Flynn, shot by Mike Herr, author of Dispatches, at the mouth of the Perfume River