Presentation on theme: "War. World War I – in the trenches Vimy Ridge."— Presentation transcript:
World War I – in the trenches
WW I – mustard gas victim
German Concentration Camps
Allies fire bomb Dresden
Cambodia:Cambodia, Pol Pot and the Khmer Rouge
The Killing Fields: Cambodia
My Lai Masssacre: Vietnam
Refugee camps outside the Darfur region of Sudan 10,000 deaths per month
A pained stare, plastic ties and muddy, shoeless feet. In war, everyone is suspect. After a short firefight in Sayyid Muhammad, these men were rounded up, stripped, interrogated and later released. (Photo by Cheryl Diaz Meyer)
Baghdad - The mother of Samah Hussein grieves over the body at a Baghdad morgue. The boy was among 12 people reportedly killed by a suicide car bombing outside the U.S. military's Camp Cuervo. (Photo by Samir Mizban, June 13, 2004.)
Squad leader and Staff Sgt. Lonnie Roberts stands at attention as troops from the 3rd Brigade Combat Team pay last respects to their fallen comrade, Pvt. Gregory Huxley, during a memorial for the 19-year- old in Baghdad. (Photo by David Leeson)
U.S. Marine Ty Ziegel returns home, after losing much of his face in an explosion to marry his high school sweet heart.
MOTIVATION: For what reasons would you go to war?