Getty Images photographer Chris Hondros was killed by a rocket-propelled grenade in Libya on April 20, 2011. Three years later, a book of his work has been published.
Getty Images photographer Chris Hondros is seen in Afghanistan. Hondros, who was on assignment in Misrata, Libya, was killed on April 20, 2011 by a rocket-propelled grenadeGetty Images
Testament, published by Powerhouse Books, is a collection of his powerful photographs and writing, spanning more than a decade of coverage from some of the world's major conflict zones, including Liberia, Lebanon, Afghanistan, Iraq, Haiti and Libya. Proceeds from sales of the book go to the Chris Hondros Fund, which supports the work of conflict photographers and aims to increase awareness of issues that arise from reporting in war zones.
In this gallery, we present a retrospective of Hondros' work.
September 13, 2001: Early morning light hits the smoke and wreckage of the World Trade Center in New York City, two days after the twin towers were destroyed when hit by two hijacked passenger jetsChris Hondros / Getty Images
September 14, 2001: Mourners assemble at a candlelight vigil in Washington Square park in New YorkChris Hondros / Getty Images
July 15, 2003: Refugees crowd into a Masonic temple converted into a camp in the Liberian capital of Monrovia. Hundreds of thousands of Liberians converged on the capital as they flee from fighting in the country's 13-year civil warChris Hondros / Getty Images
July 30, 2003: A child soldier loyal to the Liberian government walks away from firing on rebel forces across a key bridge in Monrovia, while another taunts themChris Hondros / Getty Images
February 18, 2004: Democratic presidential candidate Senator John Kerry plays his guitar in flight enroute to Washington, DCChris Hondros / Getty Images
December 31, 2004: Men scramble to get election pamphlets from the United Iraqi Alliance, a coalition of various Shia political and religious parties, at Buratha Mosque in Baghdad, a month before national elections in IraqChris Hondros / Getty Images
January 18, 2005: Two children are held by US soldiers after their parents were killed when their car was fired on by US troops for failing to stop in Tal Afar, Iraq. Six children in the in the car survived, one with a flesh woundChris Hondros / Getty Images
June 12, 2005: Schoolgirls reach out for presents handed out by US troops at a girls' school in Fallujah, IraqChris Hondros / Getty Images
September 4, 2005: A man wades through the Ninth Ward neighbourhood in New Orleans a week after Hurricane Katrina dealt the city a devastating blowChris Hondros / Getty Images
September 7, 2005: Staff Sgt Don Davis of the Oklahoma National Guard patrols patrols a flooded neighbourhood in New Orleans searching for Hurricane Katrina victims who refused to evacuateChris Hondros / Getty Images
August 14, 2006: An Israeli soldier is overcome with emotion after returning to Israel from Lebanon as a ceasefire is declared following a month of fightingChris Hondros / Getty Images
August 25, 2006: A woman cries in front of a damaged apartment block in Bint Jbail, Lebanon. Thousands of Lebanese people were left homeless after the 34-day battle between Hezbollah guerillas and Israeli forcesChris Hondros / Getty Images
October 5, 2006: Amish boys ride on a horse-drawn cart on the way to the funeral of slain Amish schoolgirl Naomi Rose Ebersole in Bart Township, PennsylvaniaChris Hondros / Getty Images
November 27, 2006: Saddam Hussein sits in court during his trial in Baghdad, IraqChris Hondros / Getty Images
December 2, 2006: An Iraqi boy looks at Sgt Trevor Warrior of the US Army, during a search for weapons in the tense Shulah neighbourhood of BaghdadChris Hondros / Getty Images
August 23, 2007: Michael Patrick Shepherd, 3, stands next to his father, Mike Shepherd, during the funeral for his fellow New York firefighter Joseph Graffagnino in Brooklyn, New York CityChris Hondros / Getty Images
January 21, 2010: US Army Lt Col Robert Malsby of the 82nd Airborne Division comforts Narlie, four, who was seriously wounded in the Haitian earthquake in Port-au-PrinceChris Hondros / Getty Images
June 26, 2010: Afghan schoolgirls, seen through the window of a Humvee, wave to a passing American convoy in HeratChris Hondros / Getty Images
September 11, 2010: Family members grieve in front of a reflecting pool on the ninth anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks in New York CityChris Hondros / Getty Images
February 2, 2011: A supporter of embattled Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak rides a camel through the melee during a clash between pro- and anti-government protesters in Tahrir Square, CairoChris Hondros / Getty Images
February 6, 2011: Food is offered to a wounded anti-government protester at Tahrir Square in Cairo, EgyptChris Hondros / Getty Images
April 6, 2011: A Libyan rebel commander looks through binoculars as he talks on a radio near front-line positions outside BregaChris Hondros / Getty Images
April 8, 2011: Rebels pray while a comrade stands with a rocket propelled grenade launcher on the western edge of Ajdabiyah, LibyaChris Hondros / Getty Images
April 15, 2011: Ali Salem el-Faizani, 10, works as a traffic cop in Benghazi, Libya. Schools were closed throughout eastern Libya due to the ongoing civil conflict, so some children found work to pass the timec
April 18, 2011: Foreign workers from Nigeria, Ghana, and other African countries pile onto the back of a truck with their belongings as they flee the besieged city of Misrata, LibyaChris Hondros / Getty Images
On April 20, 2011, Chris Hondros and acclaimed photojournalist Tim Hetherington were both killed while covering a battle on Tripoli Street in Misrata, Libya.
These were the photographs Hondros took that day:
April 20, 2011: Rebel fighters carefully move into a building where they had trapped government loyalist troops during street fighting on Tripoli Street in MisrataChris Hondros / Getty Images
April 20, 2011: A rebel fighter runs up a burning stairwell during an effort to dislodge government loyalist troops who were firing on them from an upstairs room during house-to-house fighting on Tripoli Street in MisrataChris Hondros / Getty Images
April 20, 2011: A rebel fighter covers a burning room containing ensconced government loyalist troops who were firing on them during house-to-house fighting on Tripoli Street in MisrataChris Hondros / Getty Images
April 20, 2011: A rebel fighter fires into a basement during an effort to dislodge some ensconced government loyalist troops on Tripoli StreetChris Hondros / Getty Images
Testament is available on Amazon.co.uk.