Pictures from the Lebanese War by Pulitzer Prize-winning Photographer Bill Foley

I’m at all times looking out for photos from the Lebanese Civil conflict and my newest discovering is Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist Invoice Foley. I keep in mind seeing a few Foley photos on-line in previous years however I by no means checked out his web site for some purpose.

Foley’s work was included in quite a lot of books and was proven in museums and galleries in New York, Cairo, Beirut and quite a few cities in Europe. Foley’s portfolio contains three albums from Lebanon:

Sabra Chatilla Bloodbath Beirut 1982 Pulitzer sequence
USMC in Beirut 1982-1983

I’m solely sharing a few pictures. You may try the remaining on his web site [right here].

Marines come shore at Inexperienced Seashore,1983. Photograph Credit: Invoice Foley
Christian Militaman stands in street, Ashrefiyeh, East Beirut. 1981.
Photograph Credit: Invoice Foley
Lebanese Mannequin climbs steps on the Martyr’s sq. monument, Beirut 1993.
Photograph Credit: Invoice Foley

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