In the mid-’60s, the phrase embedded journalist had likely never been uttered, let alone ignited a controversy over newspaper ethics. But that’s exactly what Jim Nickless was back then: a freelance cameraman for NBC News who lived among Cuban revolutionaries plotting to overthrow Fidel Castro. He documented their daily activities, their training, the raids they ran. And because he was the only reporter welcome among the fighters, his photos offer the most intimate look inside their world.
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