A Dress Rehearsal for an Execution
Since the Pulitzer Prize for journalism was established nearly a hundred years ago; only one winning photograph has ever had an anonymous creator. In 2006, after nearly three decades of fearing for his life, Jahangir Razmi at last revealed his identity as the photographer of the 1979 prize-winning photo of the execution of eleven Kurdish men in post-revolution Iran.
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