"If you do this, I will own you forever."
Watson is haunted by the words he believes heard the dead soldier say as he took the photo that would win him the Pulitzer Prize.
In 1993, Canadian photojournalist Paul Watson took a photo of a dead soldier being dragged through the streets of Mogadishu that changed the way American citizens looked at the realities of war.
THE BODY OF AN AMERICAN tells the story of a photograph that had a major impact on American foreign policy. We thought we'd expand upon this by offering the stories behind other influential and iconic photographs of war. Please click through our gallery below: