Century of War

By Garibaldi, Luciano & Blitzer, Wolf

Publishers Summary:
Two world wars, ethnic genocide, the atomic bomb, Vietnam: these pictures bear witness to 100 years of conflict--and mankind's dedication to the art of destruction. Taken at the front lines by four generations of photographers and combatants, these are tragic documents of courage and horror. Accompanying the unforgettable images: powerful commentary by an historian and specialist journalist who has covered the fighting in Beirut and the Gulf War, and saw the aftermath of slaughter in Rwanda and Burundi.

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ISBN
978-1-58663-342-4
Publisher
Friedman


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Reviewed on March 15, 2002

Garibaldi, a seasoned war correspondent for the Italian press, here presents a grim history of 20th-century warfare. As the text moves from the Anglo-Boer War to the Balkan wars, it seems that nary a day of the last 100 years has passed without human beings killing each other en masse somewhere in the world. Divided into 21 chapters of greatly disparate lengths, the ...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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