Chim was a cofounder of Magnum Photos with Henri Cartier-Bresson, Robert Capa and George Rodger. In the Spring of 1948,UNICEF hired him as a consultant to report on UNICEF's work bringing food, shelter and vaccines to some of the 13 million children victims of World War II. In six months, Chim traveled to five countries: Austria, Greece, Italy, Hungary and Poland. These images are a small selection of his work.
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