In 1975 at the time of the famous Claustre affair Marie-Laure de Decker met and spent nearly two years photographing the Frolinat rebels, the National Liberation Front of Chad. This was a completely original series of thirty or so images of soldiers that posed majestically, unprecedented in the world of photojournalism.
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