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World War II Photographer Malcolm Fleming

Andy Findley interviews Mac Fleming, a professional photographer for more than 80 years.

Mac Fleming: white hair, wireframe glasses, in checked flannel shirt with navy suspenders, pens and paper in breast pocket.

Photo: Josh Brewer/WFIU

Mac Fleming

Malcolm “Mac” Fleming served as a World War II U.S. Army Signal Corps photographer from 1942–1945, capturing images of significant events in the European theater.

Fleming taught photography at Indiana University, where he is a Professor Emeritus of Education. His website contains more than 300 of his photos.

This year the IU Press published a selection of his photos taken in postwar Germany, From War to Peace in 1945 Germany: A GI’s Experience.

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