Ever seen this photo before? It's perhaps the most famous war photograph ever taken, showing a Spanish soldier as he falls to a bullet during the Spanish Civil War, a "warmup" war launched by Hilter prior to WWII. It's by Robert Capa, the most famous war photographer ever, and a whole treasure trove of his lost photos has been found in Mexico City of all places. This is exciting stuff for photo nuts like me. He was one of my heroes who inspired me to go into photojournalism after I got out of service. I never went to war as a photographer, just a common sailor on a destroyer in Vietnam. Here's Capa using a video camera. Here's the story in the New York Times.