War Through the Eyes of Afghan Students
- A PAST THAT STILL HAUNTS KABUL. Murphy, Seamus // Newsweek;8/9/2010, Vol. 156 Issue 6, p26
The article presents photographs of various sections of Kabul, Afghanistan that illustrate differences and similarities between 1994 and 2010. The author observes that despite government corruption and an ongoing war, the lives of many in Kabul have improved over that period. A major concern...
- Afghanistan. // Soldiers;Jan2009, Vol. 64 Issue 1, p4
Several photographs of coalition force soldiers deployed in Afghanistan are presented including soldiers moving west across a wadi in Kapisa Province, soldiers preparing to move out on a mission, and soldiers firing mortars during operations south of Forward Operating Base Naray.
- Flashback: HISTORY BEHIND THE NEWS. // MHQ: Quarterly Journal of Military History;Autumn2011, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p6
The article presents photographs of U.S. soldiers during the Afghan War and a parade featuring a bull terrier that was used as the mascot for the U.S. Army's 102nd Infantry during World War I.
- Afghanistan, the Barking Dog. Hull, Karen // BAGnewsNotes;6/23/2011, p2
A photograph depicting U.S. soldier pointing a gun at a dog to make it stop barking, during the 2001 Afghanistan war is presented.
- Waiting Your Turn in the Machinery of Death. Hariman, Robert // BAGnewsNotes;7/ 2/2010, p1
In this article the author comments on a photograph where the dead body of a U.S. soldier was being sent back from Afghanistan. He states that mainly the U.S. is responsible for the death of innocent people in Afghanistan and its soldiers in that country. However, the photograph depicts the body...
- Blowback from the War Logs: The (Visual) Vendetta against Julian Assange. Shaw, Michael // BAGnewsNotes;8/ 2/2010, p2
The article analyzes two photographs including one showing the headline/photograph combination from ForeignPolicy.com on Afghanistan War Logs released by WikiLeaks Orghanization and another showing WikiLeaks' founder Julian Paul Assange on the homepage of ForeignPolicy.com.
- Day One of the Afghan War: Flying Doves and Seeing Red (and White and Blue). // BAGnewsNotes;10/9/2011, p1
The article offers an analysis of photographs taken by photographer John Trotter on the launch of hostilities in Afghanistan on October 7th, 2001. Trotter described the events in the photograph where he recalls the anger among supporters of the war in the U.S. towards protestors of the war. He...
- Afghanistan Kumbaya. Shaw, Michael // BAGnewsNotes;3/12/2012, p1
In this article the author comments on a cover page of "The New York Times Magazine," of February 2012 issue. He informs that the cover features both U.S. and Afghanistan soldiers posed at an outpost in Helmand Province in Afghanistan. He stated that the photographs looked contrary to the recent...
- So Long, Goliath! Shaw, Michael // BAGnewsNotes;7/ 6/2011, p1
In this article the author comments on the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan with referring to a photograph of an Afghan boy sharing a slingshot to the U.S. soldier. It is mentioned that in view of the withdrawal of troops the U.S. media is using these pictures profusely. Also, the...