Lee Miller, born Poughkeepsie New York, 1907. World War II war correspondent photographer, serving in the United States Army-working for Conde Nast, December 1942. At St Malo in France Miller recorded the first use of napalm, in Paris-the liberation, at Buchenwald and Dachau- the concentration camps of Hitler. Photographer David E Scherman of LIFE was with her on many assignments, and photographed her in the tub of Hitler's Munich apartment.
After the war, MILLER suffered from what is now known as post traumatic stress disorder.
Roland Penrose- Miller's husband- surrealist artist and Picasso biographer, photographed her above.