One Crowded Hour: Neil Davis- Combat Cameraman 1934-1985.
For over twenty years, from the early 1960's, Neil Davis brought enduring images of the full horror of modern war directly from the battlefront to the world's television screens. It is for his eleven years' coverage of the conflict in Indo-China that he is best remembered. He was the only western cameraman to film the South Vietnamese Army and once actually managed to cross over battle lines to film the Viet Cong. Davis also covered the war in Laos and Cambodia. Neil Davis was killed while filming an attempted coup in the streets of Bangkok. Incredibly, his still running camera captured his own death.
Soft cover, 436 pages.