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Wednesday, 24 May 2017

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I remember when I heard about the (first) war in Chechnya. And although I can't recall where I read it, the description literally sent a chill down my spine. It was described by seasoned conflict journalists as a time, a place where even the most basic rules of thumb concerning the regularities of war were either absent or discarded; this was an earthy hell beyond all others- more violent, more brutal, more insanely chaotic than any mass insanity they had ever witnessed, or imagined.

That was but one of the situations that Stanley Greene returned to document- over, and over, and over again...

http://pdnpulse.pdnonline.com/2012/06/look3-report-stanley-greene-on-luck-film-and-supporting-young-photographers.html

[I'm still boggled that Stanley Greene died of *cancer*. --Mike]

Thanks for publishing this, especially the video interview.

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