James Soullier – Patrol in Mozambique, 1974





Mozambican soldier and the child of a Portuguese colonist in a train. Photo taken by James Soullier in 1974. Thousands of Portuguese citizens left Mozambique when the Carnation Revolution in Portugal made an end to the government of Marcelo Caetano. This image won 2nd prize for World Press Photo in 1975.

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