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A Photographic Memory

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War and Conflict

Gallery - The War at Home

War galvanized each and every community and motivated those on the home front to play a part, whether it was to help the war effort or to protest against it. Photographs, in turn, depicted how the population was in flux, and recorded such things as the movement of women into the workplace, the acceptance of refugees and the expulsion and internment of targeted ethnic groups.

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