Gerda Taro is photographed from behind on June 12, 1937 as she snaps the Dabrowski battalion during a tribute in Valencia to Hungarian General Lukacs (Máté Zala), who had died a few days earlier at the Huesca front during the Spanish Civil War. The moment was captured by Emilio Rosenstein, a Jewish Pole who fled to Paris in 1928 to escape the anti-Semitism of universities back home and study abroad.

Trove of unseen photos shows Gerda Taro and Robert Capa in action

Gerda Taro is photographed from behind on June 12, 1937 as she snaps the Dabrowski battalion during a tribute in Valencia to Hungarian General Lukacs (Máté Zala), who had died a few days earlier at the Huesca front during the Spanish Civil War. The moment was captured by Emilio Rosenstein, a Jewish Pole who fled to Paris in 1928 to escape the anti-Semitism of universities back home and study abroad.

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