(source, also for the story behind this picture)
On June 8th, 1972, Associated Press photographer Nick Ut takes a picture of a 9-year-old Vietnamese girl named Phan Thi Kim Phuc running away from an air strike, with her clothes burnt off and her skin hanging in shreds as a result of napalm.
Here are stills from a movie shot by photo-journalists Alan Downes (ITN) and Le Phuc Dinh (NBC), which shows the events just before and after the iconic photograph of Kim Phuc was taken:
Here’s the video (warning: it’s extremely distressing):
Amazingly, the girl survived, thanks in part to Ut who took her to hospital. Here she is today: