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Wire Service Photo of the Year (1963)

Wire Service Photo of the Year (1963)

In one of the most famous and horrific images ever taken, the Buddhist Monk Thich Quang Duc commits suicide in protest of the policies of the South Vietnamese government. Named as Wire Service “Photo of the Year” in 1963, the black and white 7 x10” photo has an Associated Press caption printed on the front. Condition is EX-MT.


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