Operation Iraqi Freedom

Dan Brickley daniel.brickley@bristol.ac.uk
Mon, 24 Mar 2003 12:42:02 -0500

* Eugen Leitl <eugen@leitl.org> [2003-03-24 18:04+0100]
> Plenty more where that came from: 
> <http://www.aljazeera.net/news/arabic/2003/3/3-22-26.htm>
> Notice that the (myth of) precision guided surgical strikes is nourished
> by complete absence of undoctored imagery. You've never seen those burned
> and suffocated Iraqis buried by the hundreds by American kids (a friend's
> son commited suicide after Gulf War I after that harrowing experience, his
> girlfriend soon after, and had almost finished herself).

The Guardian newspaper printed many previously unseen Gulf war photos
on Feb 14. I don't believe they're available online, unless others have 
scanned them.

This is war

The US-led attack on Iraq in 1991 was one of the worst-reported 
conflicts in history. A system of media management kept the violent 
deaths of some 40,000 people out of the public view. War 
photographer Don McCullin explains the crucial role 
photojournalists have in recording events 

There were a bunch more articles, which may be online but aren't readily
hyperlinked from the above.