The real war heroes

Lamb, Christina; Allardice, Lisa
May 2003
New Statesman;5/19/2003, Vol. 132 Issue 4638, p38
Examines the role of women in war. Number of years in which photographer Jenny Matthews has documented images of women during wartime which has resulted in an exhibition called 'Women and War' at the Oxo Tower Gallery; Discussion of the impact of Agent Orange in Vietnam; Description of a photograph in the exhibit of a Eritrean woman; What the exhibit says about strength in the face of adversity.


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