Question of the Day

Yesterday's question asked: Many of us know Robert Capa as the famed Hungarian war photographer and photojournalist who covered five wars. But what was the subject of his first published photo? That would be Leon Trotsky making a speech in Copenhagen on "The Meaning of the Russian Revolution" in 1932.

Congratulations to Ken Walker of the Tampa Bay Times for being the very first to answer that correctly! Honorable mentions also go out to Marty RayCraig PittmanEdward TennerDagmar EbaughRachel RohHollywood Highlands, and Francis Hinchey for also getting that right.

As for today's question, here it is: Capa became perhaps most famous for one photo in particular, the authenticity of which was later called into question. What was the photo called and what did it depict?

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