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Earliest War Photographs 
  
Resources

Anderson, Duncan Glass Warriors: The Camera at War (Collins, 2005)
 
Baldwin, Gordon (Text); Daniel, Malcolm (Text); & Greenough, Sarah (Text) (2004) All the Mighty World: The Photographs of Roger Fenton, 1852-1860 (New Haven: Yale University Press) [1588391280]
 
Fralin, Frances The Indelible Image: Photographs of War - 1846 to the Present (New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1985)
 
Hannavy, John (1974) The Camera goes to War: Photographs from the Crimean War, 1854-56, (Scottish Arts Council) [0902989162]
 
Ionescu, Adrian-Silvan "Carol Szathmari (1812-1887): Pioneer War Photographer during the Danubian Campaign (1853-1854)" Centropa: a journal of central european architecture and related arts, volume IX, number 1 (January 2009)
 
Keegan, John (Introduction), Phillip Knightley (Text) The Eye of War: Words and Photographs from the Front Line (Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Books, ca. 2003)
 
Lewinski, Jorge The Camera at War: A History of War Photography from 1848 to the Present Day (New York: Simon and Schuster, 1978)
 
Sandweiss, Martha A.; Rick Steward and Ben W. Huseman Eyewitness to War: Prints and Daguerreotypes of the Mexican War, 1846-1848 (Washington, D,C.: Smithson Institution Press, 1989) [There was an exhibition of the same name held at the Amon Carter Museum.]
 
Roger Fenton - Crimean War Photographs
Library of Congress: Fenton's Crimean War photographs
"Roger Fenton's Crimean War photographs represent one of the earliest systematic attempts to document a war through the medium of photography. Fenton, who spent fewer than four months in the Crimea (March 8 to June 26, 1855), produced 360 photographs under extremely trying conditions. While these photographs present a substantial documentary record of the participants and the landscape of the war, there are no actual combat scenes, nor are there any scenes of the devastating effects of war." 
  

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