Margaret Bourke-White was the first woman photographer to be attached to a US military unit and the first woman photographer to be permitted on combat missions. Her World War II, Depression, and post-World War II photos help define the 20th century.
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|1935: Margaret Bourke-White||1940: Women Making Flags||1945: Broken Bridge||1945: Down With Adolf|
|1945: Inmates of the Number Three Erla Work Camp||1965: Margaret Bourke-White with First Life Magazine Cover||1965: Margaret Bourke-White with Edward Steichen|
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