One weekend in orI was leafing through old photos in an antiques shop on Fifth Avenue in Brooklyn, long since shuttered, when I found a group of black-and-white snapshots of a handsome young man. From the evidence of the photographs, he had served in the armed services during World War II, and he was so beautiful I wanted to buy all the photos. I was broke, unfortunately, and had to choose.
Korengal Valley, Kunar Province, Afghanistan. On April 20,two months into the Libyan Civil WarBritish photojournalist Tim Hetherington was on the front lines with rebel forces at Misrata when tragedy struck. Gaddafi forces blasted his group, killing photographer Chris Hondros and gravely wounding photographer Guy Martin.
The pictures include gruesome brutality of Kurdish people, including naked pictures of dead Kurdish women. The Facebook page was removed immediately after several Kurdish activists enquired about it earlier this morning. Some of the pictures are dated back towhile others remain unknown.
By Ruth Styles. From the horrors of the Blitz to kamikaze attacks in the Pacific, World War II inflicted terrible suffering on troops and civilians alike. But as these photos reveal, soldiers fighting the war, whether in the Far East or Europe, did enjoy some more light-hearted moments.
It was a media war that the United States lost in Somalia, ironic since its involvement was forced by the pictures of famine-stricken people there. In one of the clearest and earliest examples of the CNN effect, the war was repeatedly dogged by the dozens of press photographers. S landing forces in Mogadishu in December 9th
Snapshot Title : nude maybe Taken by : jason thorne. Snapshot Title : nude statue Taken by : Jean Faucher. Description : Well, better than a dying soldier isn't it!
Updated September 20, The Defence Department is investigating another compromising photo, this time of a naked soldier mishandling a weapon. The photo depicted in a Sydney newspaper today, shows an naked soldier pointing a rifle at one of his colleagues who is on the ground. The Defence Department says it believes the snapshot was taken in at the Singleton barracks, but cannot be certain.