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Felice Beato, Interior view of the North Fort of Taku on the Peiho River, near Tientsin (Tianjin), China, following its capture by the English and French armies on August 21st 1860. The battlements and cannons are surrounded by Chinese corpses., 1860, Albumen print, Wellcome Collection, Wellcome Library, London (V0037624), LL/36768
13.01   Introduction to war photography
Military acceptance of photography
13.02   Ordnance Survey Building, Southampton
13.03   Photography and the British Army
Journalists at war
13.04   Journalists at war
Problematic issues
13.05   Photographs of war dead
13.06   American Civil War (1861-1865): The dead
13.07   John Reekie: Collecting Remains of the Dead
13.08   Willoughby Wallace Hooper: The scandal of delaying a firing squad
13.09   Prisoners of war
13.10   Censorship of war photography
13.11   Faking war photographs
13.12   Reuse of miltary stereoviews
13.13   Humanity in terrible times
13.14   The landscapes of war
13.15   The civilian impact of War
13.16   Issues of interpretation of building structures
13.17   Wars and the lack of photographic evidence
13.18   Amateur photography and war
13.19   Boer War (1899-1902): Fabrications
13.20   British Munitions Company Limited - Verdun (1916-1918)
13.21   National and ethnic perspectives of war
13.22   Veterans
13.23   Fractured history
13.24   War and the destruction of photohistory
Rephotographic studies
13.25   Rephotographic studies of conflicts and wars
The impact of changing technologies
13.26   The changing technologies of war photography
13.27   Fashion: Accessories: Gas masks
13.28   Night vision imagery
13.29   Iraq War (2003-2011): Abu Ghraib
13.30   William Laven: War Models
13.31   Satellite Sentinel and the Enough Project
13.32   Yuval Tebol: Land Research Project (2017 or earlier)
13.33   Balazs Gardi: Basetrack One-Eight, Afghanistan (2010-2011)
13.34   David Dare Parker: Agent Orange, Vietnam
13.35   The aesthetics of conflict
13.36   War conclusions
13.37   A postscript to war - Don McCullin
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