Marie Colvin’s Thick Passport Published by Vanity Fair


War correspondent Marie Colvin of the Sunday Times, recently killed in Syria, had over 150 stamps in her passport–and Vanity Fair has put images on display to show just what a tireless reporter’s travel document looks like. Ms. Colvin’s visas are often hard-won–the magazine notes she frequently has Turkish stamps, as Turkey was a safe and peaceful place through which to enter other Middle Eastern nations–and rarely bucolic. Movingly, one of her final trips was a brief vacation to the British Virgin Isles with her boyfriend, before it was back to her duty.

Marie Colvin’s Thick Passport Published by <em>Vanity Fair</em>