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The Valley of the Shadow of Death
The place of the picture was named by British soldiers The Valley of Death for being under constant shelling there. In film-maker Errol Morris went to Sevastopol to identify the site of this "first iconic photograph of war". A second version of the photograph without cannonballs on the road led him to question the authenticity of the picture.
Hitherto opinions differed concerning which one was taken first but Morris spotted evidence that the photo without the cannonballs was taken first. However, according to the Orsay Museum, "this is unlikely as the fighting raging around him would probably not have allowed him to do so".
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