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SIGNED BY PETER TURNLEY, FIRST EDITION OF MOMENTS OF REVOLUTION, WITH OVER 95 COLOR PHOTOGRAPHIC PLATES BY PETER AND DAVID TURNLEY

TURNLEY, Peter and TURNLEY, David. Moments of Revolution. Eastern Europe. New York, 1990.

First edition of Peter and David Turnley’s electrifying coverage of revolutionary change unfolding across Eastern Europe, signed by acclaimed Newsweek photographer Peter Turnley, with over 95 stunning color photographic plates, many double page. $900.

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“THE TRUE STORY OF THE WAR WILL BE WRITTEN THROUGH THESE PHOTOGRAPHS”

TURNLEY, Peter and TURNLEY, David et al. Desert Diaries. Santa Fe, 2003.

First edition of this powerful record of the War in Iraq throughout early 2003, this association copy twice signed by award-winning photojournalist Peter Turnley (on the page before the title page and on the title page), with 93 full-page photogravures, most full color, including images by Peter and his twin brother, Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer David Turnley. $450.

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“THE SPIRIT OF ROBERT CAPA”

TURNLEY, David. Why Are They Weeping? South Africans under Apartheid. New York, 1988.

First trade edition of this profound photobook by Pulitzer-prize winning photojournalist David Turnley, documenting the human cost of apartheid, with over 100 full-color photogravures (many double-page), from the collection of his brother, fellow award-winning photojournalist Peter Turnley. $250.

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THE “IMMENSE LANDSCAPE THAT WAS SADDAM’S BACKYARD”

TURNLEY, David. Baghdad Blues. New York, 2003.

First edition of this close-up view of the 2003 Iraq War by Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer David Turnley, this association copy signed on the half title by his twin brother Peter Turnley who, like David, was covering the war and has “photographed almost every important international news event of the last 15 years” (New York Times), with 60 double-page color plates. $250.

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