Afghanistan and Iraq: Photographs by War Correspondent Michael Kamber

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Read also Michael Kamber’s analysis of the two wars: Repeating Iraq’s Mistakes in Afghanistan

 

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About Michael Kamber

Michael Kamber is a photojournalist who has covered wars throughout the world. He has been nominated for three Pulitzer Prizes, twice for photography and once for writing.

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  1. Amazing images. Thank you, Michael.

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