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Bourke-White, Margaret

Syllabification: Bourke-White, Margaret
Pronunciation: /ˈbərk ˌ(h)wīt

Definition of Bourke-White, Margaret in English:

( 1906–71), US photojournalist. During World War II, she was the first female photographer with the US armed forces. At the end of the war, she accompanied the Allied forces when they entered the Nazi concentration camps. Later assignments included the Korean War (1950–53) and work in India and South Africa.

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