Shots of War: 150 Years of Dramatic Photography from the Battlefield
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Shots of War: 150 Years of Dramatic Photography from the Battlefield

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For centuries, paintings of warfare were celebrated, glorified, and romanticized-until the invention of photography in the 1850s revealed war's true face. Here, captured in some of the most dramatic photos ever taken, is the story of modern warfare, the photographers who risked their lives to tell it, and the ever-improving photographic technology that made their achieveme...more
Paperback, 400 pages
Published October 5th 2010 by Carlton Books
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Ian Apperley
A pocket history of warfare over the last couple of centuries is about the best this is.

The pictures are more like portraits as opposed to capturing the emotion and action of war.

Good home would be... Don't know. Can't think of one.
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