This 1963 photo by photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt (1898-1995) is known as “Puppet Show, Tuileries, Paris (the moment a dragon is slain).” Alfred Eisenstaedt was a German photographer who moved with his family to America shortly before World War II. Eisenstaedt was a long-term staff photographer for Life magazine and took many famous photographs. (Photo source: Jackson Fine Art) Put any background about the photo (for instance, explaining D-Day or the meaning of Dia de Los Muertos) in your introduction