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About Philip Jones Griffiths

One of the world’s most acclaimed war photographers Philip Jones Griffiths was born in Rhuddian, North Wales, in 1936. While studying pharmacy in Liverpool he became a part-time photographer for the Manchester Guardian, and later joined the Observer. His books include Vietnam Inc., Agent Orange: collateral damage in Vietnam, and Vietnam at Peace. He was President of Magnum Photos for a record of five years.

Articles by Philip Jones Griffiths

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'Viet Nam at peace': the empire strikes back

Philip Jones Griffiths, one of the world’s most acclaimed war photographers reflects on a thirty-year love affair with Vietnam, its people and the resistance it still offers. Plus exclusive images from his new book “Viet Nam at Peace”.

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