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Research and demonstrate how the U.S. government utilized photography and made the camera a "weapon of war" to motivate citizens to support U.S. involvement in WWI (1914-1918). Or, demonstrate how the government used photography to "glamorize" WWII rather than reveal the truth about what U.S. soldiers were experiencing in the trenches.
Out of the Shadows: The Impact of the First World War on the Status of Studio Cameramen in France.
French Photographic Images of the Hero during World War One.
Intimate Archives: Japanese-Canadian family photography, 1939–1949
Capturing the Moment, Picturing History: Photographs of the Liberation of Paris.
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Compare the photojournalistic coverage of World War II to that of Vietnam to that of the contemporary U.S. wars in the Middle East.
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