Legendary EditorBen Bradlee Dead at 93: His Life in PhotosWilliam Boot10.22.14Legendary EditorBen Bradlee Dead at 93: His Life in PhotosThe storied Washington Post editor, who oversaw the paper’s groundbreaking Watergate scoops, died Tuesday at 93. See images of Bradlee through the years.William Boot10.22.14 1:30 AM ETRobert Delvac/CorbisBen Bradlee was nearly expelled from France in 1956 after seeking an interview with rebel leaders in Algeria. Charles del Vecchio/The Washington PostKatharine Graham, publisher of The Washington Post, and executive editor Ben Bradlee look over reports of the 6-3 Supreme Court decision that permitted the paper to publish stories based on the secret Pentagon study of the Vietnam War, on June 30, 1971. The New York Times/ReduxBradlee in his office after he received a call from the Justice Department asking for a voluntary halt in the paper’s Vietnam Series in 1971. Agence France Presse/GettyBradlee, c. 1973. Roy Karten/GettyBradlee and Katharine Graham pose together. Rose Hartman/GettyBradlee and his wife, Sally Quinn, arrive at “An Evening With Ted Koppel,” 1997. Alex Wong/GettyBradlee, right, with his son and wife, leave after the funeral service for Katharine Graham on July 23, 2001, at the National Cathedral in Washington, D.C.. Graham died on July 17, 2001, as a result of head injuries from a fall in Sun Valley, Idaho. ReutersBradlee speaks while Bob Woodward (L) and Carl Bernstein (C) laugh at the “Watergate, 30 Years Later” event at the National Press Club in this file photo taken on June 17, 2002. Wikimedia CommonsBradlee pictured in November 2010. BloombergBradlee attends a gathering for the “Yoga: The Art of Transformation” exhibition at the Grey Gardens estate in Easthampton, New York, on August 8, 2013.