Mark Redkin (1908–1987) was a Soviet photographer.
He worked for the Kommunist (1928–1932) and later for the TASS. During World War II he was correspondent of Krasnaia Zvezda and covered many important events, from Soviet invasion of Poland in 1939 to the fall of Berlin and surrender of Japan in 1945. Later he worked for the Planeta publishing house.
Redkin is renowned for his participation in two separate around-the-world expeditions, the first of which took place in 1933 and the second in 1961.
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- Mark Redkin, Izbrannye fotografii, Planeta (1978)
- Redkin's work mentioned: Photography in the thaw; Inside Photography, Historical Dictionary of War Journalism
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