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Melting glaciers in northern Italy reveal corpses of soldiers. On this photo: The tunnel dug by Austrian soldiers behind the cableway station at Punta Linke.

Photograph from our amazing Civil War Photography Book. A great book for any Civil War buff.

Photograph from our amazing War of Southern Independence Photography Book. A great book for any Civil War buff.

A soldier walking away from a moving helicopter that is taking off. How did it feel to be in that situation?

I think it is a soldier that is in a town that is getting attached. What was smoking in the background?

War Photography: The Visual Dialogue | http://www.biancazenkees.com/war-photography-visual-dialogue/

James Natcheway (Born March is one of the most importrant American Photojournalist and War Photographer. Nachtwey started working as a newspaper

Embalming tent at camp Letterman,Gettysburg,Pa.From the David Hack Civil War photography collection(Gardner's photographic sketchbook of the war)

Chamberlain and Lyfords Office - the Civil War made embalming acceptable because families wanted their soldier returned to their hometown for burial, and embalming preserved the dead so they could be shipped on trains.

The Very Earliest War Photography: Rare and Amazing Photographs of Crimean War by Roger Fenton 1855

The Very Earliest War Photography: Rare and Amazing Photographs of Crimean War by Roger Fenton, 1855

The Center for Civil War Photography Page Liked · THIS CORPORAL STANDS GUARD ON THE HIGHER GROUND ... within this detail attributed to photographer Captain Andrew J. Russell of the United States Military Railroads. The image is from Library of Congress DIG-ppmsca-11745 which describes it as a "Photograph showing two locomotives pulling into the Union Mills Station on the Orange and Alexandria Railroad in Clifton, Virginia." The Huntington Library dates this view to 1863.

The Center for Civil War Photography Page Liked · THIS CORPORAL STANDS GUARD ON THE HIGHER GROUND ... within this detail attributed to photographer Captain Andrew J. Russell of the United States Military Railroads. The image is from Library of Congress DIG-ppmsca-11745 which describes it as a "Photograph showing two locomotives pulling into the Union Mills Station on the Orange and Alexandria Railroad in Clifton, Virginia." The Huntington Library dates this view to 1863.

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