Echoes of Agony

Dyer, Geoff
August 2014
New Republic;8/25/2014, Vol. 245 Issue 14, p56
The article presents an image of a Palestinian man holding an injured child after an Israeli military attack on a United Nations (U.N.) school in the Gaza Strip, focusing on a comparison of the photograph to a photograph taken by photographer Don McCullin during the Vietnam War.


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