Un niño congolés sufriendo hambruna (1961). (Horst Faas/AP)

In this January 1961 file photo shot by Associated Press photographer Horst Faas, a sick and hungry Baluba child is photographed at the Miabi Hospital in South Kasai, Congo.

Un soldado estadounidense escolta una caravana de desplazados (1965). (Horst Faas/AP)

In this December 1965 photo, a U. Division soldier guards Route 7 as Vietnamese women and school children return home to the village of Xuan Dien from Ben Cat, Vietnam.

Los presidentes egipcio Anwar Sadat (izquierda)  y estadounidense Richard Nixon se saludan frente a las pirámides de Giza (1974). (Horst Faas/AP)

In this June 1974 file photo Presidents Anwar Sadat and Richard Nixon shake hands for photographers as they pose in front of the pyramids at Giza, near Cairo.

El mismo Horst Faas, en Ca Mau, Vietnam. (AP Photo)

FILE - Associated Press photographer Horst Faas is shown in this undated file photo in Ca Mau, Vietnam. The recent deaths of Faas, correspon.

Horst Faas - Vietnam

troops were in the country, facing both a conventional army and a guerrilla force in unforgiving terrain.

Asalto por aire y tierra contra el Vietcong (1965). (Horst Faas/AP)

Hovering U. Army helicopters pour machine gun fire into the tree line to cover the advance of South Vietnamese ground troops in an attack on a Viet Cong camp 18 miles north of Tay Ninh, northwest of Saigon near the Cambodian border, in March 1965

Niños y mujeres se protegen del fuego cruzado con el Vietcong agazapándose en una zanja (1966). (Horst Faas/AP)

Women & children crouch in a muddy canal as they take cover from intense Viet Cong fire at Bao Trai, about 20 miles West of Saigon, Vietnam. The war ended on April

Una mujer de Vietnam del sur llora sobre el cadáver de su marido (1969). (Horst Faas/AP)

41 of 62 © AP Photo/Horst Faas A South Vietnamese woman mourns over the body of her husband, found with 47 others in a mass grave near Hue, April The victims were believed killed during the enemy occupation of Hue in

Un camillero vietnamita se cubre el rostro por el hedor de los cadáveres tras un combate en una carretera (1965). (Horst Faas/AP)

A Vietnamese litter bearer wears a face mask to keep out the smell as he passes the bodies of U. and Vietnamese soldiers killed in fighting against the Viet Cong at the Michelin rubber plantation, about 45 miles northeast of Saigon, on November

Heridos tras la explosión en la embajada de los EE.UU. en Saigon (1965). (Horst Faas/AP)

Injured Vietnamese receive aid as they lie on the street after a bomb explosion outside the U. Embassy in Saigon, Vietnam, March Smoke rises from wreckage in background . At least two Americans and several Vietnamese were killed in the bombing.

Santiago Lyon - Amanecer en la jungla. Los soldados estadounidenses y vietnamitas del sur esperaban una emboscada nocturna que no ocurrió (1965). (Horst Faas/AP)

January The sun breaks through dense jungle foliage around the embattled town of Binh Gia as South Vietnamese troops, joined by US advisers, rest after a cold, damp and tense night of waiting in an ambush position for a Viet Cong attack that didn't come

Tropas de Vietnam del Sur hacinadas en un transporte de EEUU. (1962). (Horst Faas/AP)

Exhausted South Vietnamese soldiers sleep on a US Navy troop carrier taking them back to the provincial capital of Ca Mau, August The infantry unit had been on a four-day operation against the Viet Cong in swamplands at the southern tip of the country