Shell-shocked US marine, Hue, Vietnam, February 1968. Photograph: Don McCullin

Shaped by War: Photographs by Don McCullin

Don McCullin, war photographer | Don McCullin was with Delta Company, 1/5th US Marines during the Battle for Hue, Tet Offensive, Vietnam - 1968, February.

Don McCullin, war photographer | Don McCullin was with Delta Company, 1/5th US Marines during the Battle for Hue, Tet Offensive, Vietnam - 1968, February.

Don McCullin Vietnam war photographer, pictured here in Hue during the Tet Offensive in 1968

Don McCullin Vietnam war photographer, pictured here in Hue during the Tet Offensive in 1968


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Snowy, Cambridge, early 1970s. "This extraordinary character, who collects for charity, is well-known in Cambridge as Snowy ... He wanted to be photographed ... he looked at me with cheeky blue eyes, opened his mouth and put the live mouse in. He leaned his head back and laughed. The mouse was licking the roof of his mouth and his tongue, putting its head in and out, and at the same time another was all over his beard." - Don McCullin

Snowy, Cambridge, early 1970s. "This extraordinary character, who collects for charity, is well-known in Cambridge as Snowy ... He wanted to be photographed ... he looked at me with cheeky blue eyes, opened his mouth and put the live mouse in. He leaned his head back and laughed. The mouse was licking the roof of his mouth and his tongue, putting its head in and out, and at the same time another was all over his beard." - Don McCullin

Don McCullin Catholic youth escaping a CS gas assault in the Bogside, Derry, Northern Ireland, 1971.

Don McCullin Catholic youth escaping a CS gas assault in the Bogside, Derry, Northern Ireland, 1971.

U.S. Marine throwing a hand grenade during the Têt offensive, Battle of Hué, Vietnam, February 1968

U.S. Marine throwing a hand grenade during the Têt offensive, Battle of Hué, Vietnam, February 1968

American soldiers look into East Berlin from a war-damaged building in 1961 taken by photojournalist Don McCullin

American soldiers look into East Berlin from a war-damaged building in 1961 taken by photojournalist Don McCullin

Striking miner, George 'Geordie' Brealey, confronts a line of police officers while wearing a toy helmet at Orgreave coaking plant near Rotherham, Yorkshire. The subsequent outbreak of violence between police and pickets, known as the 'battle of Orgreave', was one of the most bloody and controversial of the 1984-85 miner's strike Photograph: Don McPhee

Striking miner, George 'Geordie' Brealey, confronts a line of police officers while wearing a toy helmet at Orgreave coaking plant near Rotherham, Yorkshire. The subsequent outbreak of violence between police and pickets, known as the 'battle of Orgreave', was one of the most bloody and controversial of the 1984-85 miner's strike Photograph: Don McPhee

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