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Soldier on tank, Segovia Front Gerta Pohorylle, known professionally as Gerda Taro, was a German Jewish war photographer active during the Spanish Civil War. She is regarded as the first woman photojournalist to have died while covering the frontline in a war. Taro was the companion and professional partner of photographer Robert Capa. The name "Robert Capa" was originally an alias that Taro and Capa (born Endre Friedmann) shared, an invention meant to mitigate the increasing political intolerance in Europe and to attract the lucrative American market. A significant amount of what is credited as Robert Capa's early work was actually made by Taro. During her coverage of the Republican army retreat at the Battle of Brunete in Spain, Taro hopped onto the footboard of a car that was carrying wounded soldiers when a Republican tank collided into its side. Taro suffered critical wounds and died the next day, July 26, 1937. #GerdaTaro #SpanishCivilWar #GertaPohorylle #RobertCapa #WarPhotographer #WarPhotography #Photographer #PhotoJournalist #PhotoJournalism #OnThisDay
Robert Capa )Photographer) - Gerda Taro Exhausted and Resting on the Front Lines, Spain 1936 Gerta Pohorylle, known professionally as Gerda Taro, was a German Jewish war photographer active during the Spanish Civil War. She is regarded as the first woman photojournalist to have died while covering the frontline in a war. Taro was the companion and professional partner of photographer Robert Capa. The name "Robert Capa" was originally an alias that Taro and Capa (born Endre Friedmann) shared, an invention meant to mitigate the increasing political intolerance in Europe and to attract the lucrative American market. A significant amount of what is credited as Robert Capa's early work was actually made by Taro. During her coverage of the Republican army retreat at the Battle of Brunete in Spain, Taro hopped onto the footboard of a car that was carrying wounded soldiers when a Republican tank collided into its side. Taro suffered critical wounds and died the next day, July 26, 1937. #GerdaTaro #SpanishCivilWar #GertaPohorylle #RobertCapa #WarPhotographer #WarPhotography #Photographer #PhotoJournalist #PhotoJournalism #OnThisDay
Refugees from Málaga in Almería, Spain Gerta Pohorylle, known professionally as Gerda Taro, was a German Jewish war photographer active during the Spanish Civil War. She is regarded as the first woman photojournalist to have died while covering the frontline in a war. Taro was the companion and professional partner of photographer Robert Capa. The name "Robert Capa" was originally an alias that Taro and Capa (born Endre Friedmann) shared, an invention meant to mitigate the increasing political intolerance in Europe and to attract the lucrative American market. A significant amount of what is credited as Robert Capa's early work was actually made by Taro. During her coverage of the Republican army retreat at the Battle of Brunete in Spain, Taro hopped onto the footboard of a car that was carrying wounded soldiers when a Republican tank collided into its side. Taro suffered critical wounds and died the next day, July 26, 1937. #GerdaTaro #SpanishCivilWar #GertaPohorylle #RobertCapa #WarPhotographer #WarPhotography #Photographer #PhotoJournalist #PhotoJournalism #OnThisDay