Definition of Bourke-White, Margaret in English:

Bourke-White, Margaret

Line breaks: Mar|garet Bourke-White
Pronunciation: /bəːk
( 1906–71), American photojournalist. During the Second World War she was the first female photographer to be attached to the US armed forces, at the end of the war accompanying the Allied forces when they entered the concentration camps.

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