Colonel Tim Collins examines photojournalist Robert Capa's picture The Last One to Die and reflects on the portrayal of death in photography.
Five essayists select their favourite picture by Robert Capa, the father of photojournalism, and reflect on his life and work.
In the fourth essay, Colonel Tim Collins examines Robert Capa's picture of an American solider in a the end of World War Two, "The Last One To Die", and reflects on the portrayal of death in photography.
Producer: Brian McCluskey
A Whistledown production for BBC Radio 3
First broadcast in September 2013.