SOURCE: Washington Post
The publication of war photos has long involved a balance between public information, respect for the dignity of the dead, and the politic of information in wartime.
by Ray E. Boomhower
Combat reporter Richard Tregaskis's account of the August 1942 Marine invasion of Guadalcanal in the Solomon Islands passed military censors and became a popular sensation while offering the public an account of the difficulty and brutality of the Pacific war.
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