USA: photo exhibition about wounded Iraq war veterans


This video from the USA is called Walter Reed Patients Told to Keep Quiet.

From Der Spiegel in Germany:

THE IRAQ WOUNDED

Images from the Dark Side of War

By Marc Pitzke in New York

A moving photo exhibition in New York shows what the media doesn’t — shocking photos of seriously wounded Iraq veterans. The images and the soldiers’ quotes which accompany them say more about the war than you might want to know. …

The exhibit is called “Purple Hearts,” named after the medal given to those wounded or killed in battle — although not all of the veterans shown in the exhibit have received one.

Walter Reed September 2007 update here.

British Afghanistan war veteran in financial trouble: here.

British general Sir Michael Jackson on the Iraq war: here.

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