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Topic - Don Mccullin
It was a moment Nina Berman did not expect to capture when she entered an Illinois wedding studio in 2006. She knew Tyler Ziegel had been horribly injured, his face mutilated beyond recognition by a suicide bombing in the Iraq War. She knew he was marrying his pretty high school sweetheart, perfect in a white, voluminous dress.
`Why aren't the people who rule our lives ... getting it?'
At times, he said, he lost faith in what he was doing because when one war ends, another begins.