W. Eugene Smith<br />American Photojournalist (1918-1978)<br />
Pre-Word War II<br />Circa 1938: <br />During a game of American Football<br />Circa 1940:<br />American Boxer Sugar Ray R...
 27 June 1944. Battle of Saipan Island. US Marines<br />WORLD WAR II. The Pacific Campaign. <br />
Marine Demolition Team Blasting Out a Cave on Hill 382, Iwo Jima, 1945<br />March 1945. The Battle of Okinawa .US anti-aer...
Battle of Saipan Island. US Marine holding a wounded and dying baby found in the mountains.<br />June 1944.<br />“I would ...
WWII: The Pacific Campaign<br />Untitled(Terry Moore crouches under shell attack)Okinawa, May 1945<br />“The belief, the t...
“The Walk to Paradise Garden”<br />
Steel Worker, Pittsburgh. 1955.<br />The Pittsburgh Project<br />
Minamata, Japan<br />“Tomoko in her bath”. 1971.<br />
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  1. 1. W. Eugene Smith<br />American Photojournalist (1918-1978)<br />
  2. 2. Pre-Word War II<br />Circa 1938: <br />During a game of American Football<br />Circa 1940:<br />American Boxer Sugar Ray Robinson<br />
  3. 3. 27 June 1944. Battle of Saipan Island. US Marines<br />WORLD WAR II. The Pacific Campaign. <br />
  4. 4. Marine Demolition Team Blasting Out a Cave on Hill 382, Iwo Jima, 1945<br />March 1945. The Battle of Okinawa .US anti-aerial artillery. <br />
  5. 5. Battle of Saipan Island. US Marine holding a wounded and dying baby found in the mountains.<br />June 1944.<br />“I would like that my photographs might be, not the coverage of a news event, but an indictment of war – the brutal corrupting viciousness of its doing to the minds and bodies of men; and, that my photographs might be a powerful emotional catalyst to the reasoning which would help this vile and criminal stupidity from beginning again.”<br />W. Eugene Smith<br />
  6. 6. WWII: The Pacific Campaign<br />Untitled(Terry Moore crouches under shell attack)Okinawa, May 1945<br />“The belief, the try, a camera and some film - the fragile weapons of my good intentions. With these I fought war. “<br />W. Eugene Smith<br />
  7. 7. “The Walk to Paradise Garden”<br />
  8. 8. Steel Worker, Pittsburgh. 1955.<br />The Pittsburgh Project<br />
  9. 9. Minamata, Japan<br />“Tomoko in her bath”. 1971.<br />

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