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John Morris obituary

Picture editor, writer and key figure in the world of photojournalism who believed that the way to oppose war was to show its full horror John Morris, who has died aged 100, was a leading figure in the photojournalism of his native US and in his adopted homeland, France. His career included spells at Life magazine, the Washington Post, the New York Times and National Geographic, and his close association with Magnum Photos dated almost to its foundation in Paris in 1947.
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