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McQuarrie, Eyes of Censorship - peering through paper counter-stamped by Base Censors and then U.S. Censors Offices, Algiers, Africa, 1943, 12 October, Gelatin silver print, U.S. Army, Photo Courtesy of U.S. Army - Signal Corps Photo: MM-MCQ-43-4119 (McQuarrie), LL/2071
 
Censorship
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Introduction
673.01   Introduction to censorship
673.02   Breastfeeding
Censorship for military reasons
673.03   American Civil War (1861-1865): Censorship
673.04   U.S. Army: Analysis of why photographs were censored during the First World War (1926)
673.05   Censorship of war photography
673.06   Iraq War (2003-2011): Abu Ghraib
Censorship for political reasons
673.07   White House Correspondents Association (21 November 2013)
 
  
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