This title presents Tony Vaccaro's images of Germany during World War II and its aftermath. Photographs and written text are combined in this visual diary of one man's experience of the war, including images such as the famous "White death" depicting a dead soldier nearly covered in snow.
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Text: English, French, GermanReview:
An eerie catalogue of the physical and spiritual cost of total war on conqueror and conquered alike. -- Washington Post, May 28, 2001
Entering Germany is an engrossing document of artistic as well as social importance. -- Associated Press, July 30, 2001
His pictures consistently reflect the humanity of his subjects, and reveal the fragile, precarious nature of former enemies learning to trust one another. -- Bergen Record, May 16, 2001
In Tony Vaccaro’s book we get a moving close-up of victory without the trumpets and flags. -- Newsweek, June 25, 2001
It’s a profound document of killing and victory, defeat and regret, and the German people’s struggle towards normalcy after the fighting ended. -- American Photo Magazine, July/August 2001
More than any corny movie or politically correct essay, the pictures in this book make the point that, national borders aside, we are all people. -- Rockford Register Star, June 10, 2001
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