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<i>After the War Was Over</i>
After the War Was Over
by Magnum Photographers
On Dec. 31, 1946, U.S. President Harry S. Truman formally declared the end of World War II. The photographs in this book survey the era during and following the war — the people and places affected by this extraordinary event.
2005: The Year in Review
2005: The Year in Review
by Magnum Photographers
Slate and Magnum look back on 2005 with some of the year's most arresting images.
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