Brookes. A perspective from the men who lived it, they documented everything from the horror of combat to the people and culture of a land they were suddenly immersed in. Some juggled cameras with rifles and grenade launchers as they fought to survive while carrying out their assignments to record the war. Using their photographs and firsthand accounts, this title places the reader alongside the men as they struggle to document the war and stay alive while doing it. 208 pages, 360 color and B&W photos, 6½"x 9½", hardcover.