Philip Jones Griffiths is one of the world's most celebrated war photographers, known especially for his gritty shots of Vietnam. In this photo essay, his words and pictures tell the story of his own journey from being a child in love with the power of weaponry to being a pacifist war photographer. Click on the video screen below to watch Point and Shoot.
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