News reporters documenting the South African Border War, Angola 1986
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In 1986 David Marks worked alongside a group of journalists who reported on the South African Border War in Angola. They were embedded journalists with Jonas Savimbi’s UNITA (National Union for the Total Independence of Angola). The ten-day tour included journalists from World Television News, New York Times and the Los Angeles Times. Marks worked as a stringer recording sound for the camera crew.The black and white photograph depicts troops surrounding other troops in tankers. No location or any additional information has been added.