Stunning Art Reveals WWII Fighting That’ll Never Be Seen Again

Stunning Art Reveals WWII Fighting That’ll Never Be Seen Again
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Battlefield artists are quickly fading in relevance as digital cameras become smaller, more accurate, and cost effective.

Old hand-crafted, battlefield art, though, often characterizes best the antiquated past of armed conflict — war has since become a speedy affair, quick as the shutter of a photographer’s camera.

Check out this blast from the past art, as a time machine to the way war used to be waged …

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