The eye of war: words and photographs from the front line
A photographic history of the art war ranges from the American Civil War to Vietnam and Iraq, as seen through photographs that capture the lives of soldiers on and off the battlefield, the use of heavy machinery and artillery, the weapons of war, and the devastation that occurs in the wake of war. 40,000 first printing. (Military History)
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Imperial Expansion 18651900
Rehearsals for Armageddon 190014
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