Eisenstaedt


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Ei·sen·staedt

 (ī′zən-stăt′), Alfred 1898-1995.
German-born American photographer who pioneered photojournalism with his unposed documentary photographs of daily life and historic events.
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Eisenstaedt

(ˈaɪzənˌstæt)
n
(Biography) Alfred. 1898–1995, US photographer, born in Germany; noted for his photograph of a sailor kissing a woman in Times Square, New York on V-J Day in 1945
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