Andriy Dubchak is one of the only photojournalists to have covered the conflict in eastern Ukraine from its beginning. In this article, he shares deeply personal memories from the front lines.
“His name was Eduard Yuriyevich Fedorov, a Ukrainian marine. I took this photo in March 2018 as he escorted me from a frontline position near Mariupol. He said, ‘Give me a couple of photos, as mementos.’ On June 27 he was hit by an enemy bullet. For five days, doctors fought to save his life but…failed. His heart stopped.
He left behind a pregnant wife he’d just married. On September 17, a daughter was born who will know her father only from photos. I knew him a couple of hours. I will remember him my whole life.”
These are the words of Ukrainian Andriy Dubchak, a 42-year-old…
This is only a snippet of a Photography Article written by Amos Chapple
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