Nachtwey, James
December 2003
Time International (South Pacific Edition);12/29/2003, Issue 51, p34
This article presents several photographs of U.S. soldiers in Iraq. The photographs depict the situation of the soldiers and the Iraqi people. The identity of the soldiers are given. It explains that soldiers no longer send their letters the old ways. The advent of the Internet enables them to send e-mails to their loved ones in the U.S. instantly.


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