Taro, Alt - J
Gerda Taro is regarded often as the first female photojournalist to cover the front lines of a war and to die while doing so. As a Jewish woman, she moved to Paris to escape Hitler’s Germany, where she met and fell in love with her colleague, who worked under the pseudonym Robert Capa. During the First Indochina War, Capa retreated from his Jeep in a hostile war zone to take pictures. In 1954 He stepped on a landmine which blew apart his left leg. He was taken to a medical station where he died with his camera in his hand. Taro was injured in 1937 during the Battle of Brunete when a tank collided into the side of a car she was riding on, and she died the next day at the age of 27.