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The Tale of Tròn and Vietnam War Photographer Larry Burrows

Larry Burrows' 1968 photo essay on 12-year-old amputee Tròn featured some defining images of the Vietnam war. TIME tracks down Tròn today and talks to her about the deep friendship that grew between them

22 Women From History Who Were ‘Firsts’ in Their Fields

Photos: JFK and Jackie’s Wedding, 1953

Dunkirk's Aftermath as Seen by Hitler's Personal Photographer

'How a Wife Should Undress': Dubious Advice From 1930s Strippers

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LIFE at Lascaux: First Color Photos From Another World

The first professional photographer to document the cave paintings at Lascaux, Ralph Morse recalls what it was like to encounter the gorgeous handiwork of a long-vanished people: the Cro-Magnon.

Keedoozle, We Hardly Knew Ye: Remembering America’s First Automated Grocery

The Black Power Salute That Rocked the 1968 Olympics

When Back-to-School Season Became a Fight for Equality

American Atrocity: Remembering My Lai