Lemoyne, Roger
February 2004
Border Crossings;Feb2004, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p20
The article explores the experiences of photojournalists that cover the war in Baghdad, Iraq. Thoughts about the job are mentioned, that the job is as dangerous and as unpredictable as a military operation. Descriptions of Baghdad during war is also mentioned. Several photographs are also presented that help describe the state of war in Iraq.


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