Infidel by Tim Hetherington

Infidel is an intimate depiction of a US platoon at war against the Taliban in Korengal Valley by British photographer Tim Hetherington. The book offers a deep insight into the soldiers’ lives, including personal reflections by the soldiers themselves.

The book is published in October by Chris Boot.

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