"Their deaths represent the slipping away of a generation of war reporters that brought the reality of the conflict to the living rooms of America in unprecedented detail and horrifying close-up"

August 30, 2012 | Source: Monroe Gallery of Photography




Browne's image of the Vietnamese Buddhist monk Thich Quang Duc, who set fire to himself in 1963, was published around the world. Photograph: Malcolm Browne/AP

"Nick, Eddie and Malcolm hold the first three places in the temple of the perfect photo. Nothing really comes close to the drama, the horror and downright importance of those images." David Hume Kennerly remembers Malcolm Browne via The Huffington Post.

Time LightBox: Malcolm Browne: The Story Behind The Burning Monk
The New York Times: Malcolm W. Browne, Pulitzer-Prize Winning Reporter, Dies at 81

The Guardian: Malcolm Browne obituary

Wall Street Journal: Burning-monk photographer Malcolm Browne dies

The Telegraph in Pictures: Malcolm Browne, Horst Fass and Roy Essoyan: the men who documented the Vietnam War  (slide show)

Washington Post: Death of Malcolm Browne represents slipping away of Vietnam War generation reporters
 

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