The Reframing Photography: Theory and Practice book discusses many works and issues related to photography and war, including the ethics of reproduction, the relationship between the media, the government, and the public, how photography represented the "realities" of war, and censorship and suppression of imagery during war. A list of links with related research material is below.


Margot Adler, “The Vietnam War, Through Eddie Adams’ Lens,”  All Things Considered, NPR, March 24, 2009


Eddie Adams
, General Nguyen Ngoc Loan executing a Vietcong prisoner, Nguyen Van Lem, on a Saigon street, February 1, 1968. 1968. Silver print, 8 x 10in. © AP/Press Association Images.


Yasumasa Morimura
, A Requiem: VIETNAM WAR 1968 – 1991, 2001. Gelatin silver print mounted on Alpolic, 120 x 150cm, Edition 5. Courtesy Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris/Salzburg.


Vik Muniz
, Memory Rendering of Saigon Execution of Vietcong Suspect, from the Best of Life series, 1989, photograph. © Vik Muniz/VAGA, New York/DACS, London 2010.

photography and the civil war, 1861-1865, the metropolitan museum of art


Understanding War Through Imagery: The Civil War in American Memory, U.S. Army Heritage & Education Center (USAHEC)


Fulya Ertem, "The Pose in Early POrtrait Photography: Questioning Attempts to Appropriate the Past." Image & Narrative, July 2006.


Unknown photographer, Portrait of a man in a military uniform, including a sword, medals, and epaulets. n.d. (c. 1890-1920). Photogravure, 4.0 x 7.875 inches. The Schlesinger History of Women in America Collection, Photograph Number: A47-18-1. Courtesy of The Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe Institute, Harvard University.

Roger Fenton Crimean war photos at the library of congress


Alexander Gardner in the George Eastman House Photography Collections Online


Alexander Gardner, Dead Confederate Sharpshooter in the Devil’s Den, Gettysburg, Pa, July 1863. Albumen print © Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division, Civil War Photographs [reproduction number, LC-B817-7942].


Hiroshima: Ground Zero 1945 Exhibition, International Center of Photography


Holocaust Photographs, The Jewish Virtual Library


Photo archives, The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum


Chris Hondros


Chris Hondros, One Night in Tal Afar. January 2005. Color photograph. © Chris Hondros / Getty Images.


Victor Juhasz, Reportorial Illustration of Military




Jennifer Karady
, Former Sergeant Jose Adames, U.S. Marine Corps Recon, Stinger Gunner, 1st Platoon, Alpha Company, veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom; Brooklyn, NY, February 2009. 48”x 48” Chromogenic Color Print.

Michael Kimmelman, “The Gaze Turns Outward and Sees Estrangement”, The New York Times, September 19, 2003


Lily Burana, "As Memorial Day Nears, A Single Image That Continues to Haunt", The New York Times, May 25, 2012


The Charles Willson Peale Family Papers (portaiture/war)


The POrtrait, on George Washington: A National Treasure


Charles Willson Peale, George Washington, 1772. Oil on canvas. © Charles Willson Peale (1741-1827)
Washington University, St. Louis, USA / The Bridgeman Art Library.


Carol Kino, "Portraits of War," The New York Times, May 25, 2012


Victor Juhasz, Sgt J.M. Ross receiving some physical therapy on hands after removal of cast, Bethesda Naval Hospital, May 22, 2011. Illustration courtesy of Victor Juhasz.


The U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center


Nagasaki Journey: The Photographs of Yosuke Yamahata Exhibition, Exploratorium, San Francisco, CA


Yosuke Yamahata, Nagasaki (Untitled, A-9-4), August 10, 1945


Yosuke Yamahata, Nagasaki (Untitled, A-13-20), August 10, 1945