'Through her compelling, well-researched stories that span the wars of the past hundred years, Janina Struk has given us a thought provoking perspective on soldiers' wartime pictures that shows that professional photography has fallen short of giving a complete picture of war - an original groundbreaking work and a good read.' --Andy McNab
About the Author
Janina Struk is a freelance documentary photographer, writer and lecturer. She is the author of the acclaimed book, Photographing the Holocaust: Interpretations of the Evidence (I.B.Tauris, 2004), which presents a history and critique of images taken during the Holocaust, 1939-1945.