This picture shows how many soldiers end up dying tragic deaths when they didn't even want to be in a war.

This picture shows how many soldiers end up dying tragic deaths when they didn't even want to be in a war.

September 11 (peut-être pas de "jolies choses"; mais des choses importantes, à travers les dernières images... God bless America...)

September 11 (peut-être pas de "jolies choses"; mais des choses importantes, à travers les dernières images... God bless America...)

Remember. http://www.britishpathe.com/gallery/ww1-telling-images War graves at Ypres.

Remember. http://www.britishpathe.com/gallery/ww1-telling-images War graves at Ypres.

Viet Cong soldiers, most likely main force or village defense fighters early in the war. They wear typical black pajamas with brimmed hats made from camouflage material. Their packs appear to be of ARVN or local origin, and they carry French MaT-49 sub-machine guns on top of their rice tubes. The man in the foreground also appears to be wearing a captured M1956 canteen cover.

Viet Cong soldiers, most likely main force or village defense fighters early in the war. They wear typical black pajamas with brimmed hats made from camouflage material. Their packs appear to be of ARVN or local origin, and they carry French MaT-49 sub-machine guns on top of their rice tubes. The man in the foreground also appears to be wearing a captured M1956 canteen cover.

Kurdish boy injured by an Iraqi napalm bomb at the end of the Gulf War. Near Isikveren, Turkey, 1991. © Peter Turnley / Corbis 1991.

Kurdish boy injured by an Iraqi napalm bomb at the end of the Gulf War. Near Isikveren, Turkey, 1991. © Peter Turnley / Corbis 1991.

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