Don McCullin sees his photographs as a ‘silent protest against the futility of war’. In this TateShots he remembers the people and places of some of his most powerful work.
U.S. Marines treating a wounded comrade, Hué, Vietnam, February 1968 “Peace is more elusive. It’s invisible and abstract as you said. As for war, it is in your face. You
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Don McCullin in Conversation with Paul Herrmann, director of Redeye.