This long-sought interview is the unique sound of the father of photojournalism Robert Capa and, to mark his 100 years, is available to listen since a few days on the website of the International Center of Photography. For many of us, the sound of his voice – tinged with a Hungarian accent – is finally to discover, as his testimony fresh from his coverage of the Second World War. The scene takes place in the premises of the WNBC radio, in New York, on October 20th, 1947 at 8:30 am. Capa talks include one of his last photographs: an American soldier shot by a sniper in front of his eyes in Leipzig, a picture that he describes symbolically as the last man killed in the war. Found on Ebay by the ICP, this interview is already a historical document.