American John G. Morris, who now lives in Paris, is a former picture editor for the New York Times and Ladies’ Home Journal. During World War II, he was the London picture editor for Life magazine. After D-Day, in the summer of 1944, the 27-year-old Morris joined the Allied armies in Normandy. “It was about the only time I carried a camera,” he says. Morris’ new book of his photographs is Somewhere in France.
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