“When I am with a camera, I feel I am the most important person in the world,” said Yousuf Karsh to describe his encounter with Winston Churchill on December 30, 1941, just after the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor and Germany declared war on the United States. Britain’s embattled Prime Minister had just finished speaking to Canada’s Parliament and was surprised...
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