Learn more on Albert K. Dawson at www.wikipedia.com
Sunday, July 14, 2013
Almost a hundred years ago, the First World War broke out. Although some military conflicts had been photographed before, the Great War was the first modern war to be recorded on film. To commemorate the upcoming Centennial of the First World War, film historians Ron van Dopperen and Cooper C. Graham have started on a book on Albert K. Dawson, one of the most remarkable cinematographers of the Great War.