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Cecil Beaton may be best known for his society portraits, but like Bill Brandt and Robert Capa, some of his most powerful photography was taken during the Second World War. By Bella Bathurst At the outbreak of war in 1939, the British establishment mistrusted photography almost as much as they mistrusted Nazis. “Snappers” were seen as […]