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New York City | What Newspapers Looked Like The Day We Invaded Iraq

One of the Nimrud ivories, 9th-7th century BC. Discovered in Nimrud (modern Iraq) and excavated by the British in the 1940s-60s. The British Museum acquired many of the carvings in 2011, when they were exhibited for the first time to the public.

One of the Nimrud ivories, 9th-7th century BC. Discovered in Nimrud (modern Iraq) and excavated by the British in the 1940s-60s. The British Museum acquired many of the carvings in 2011, when they were exhibited for the first time to the public.

Nimrud: Winged human-headed bulls, the powerful guardians of ancient Assyrian gateways, serving such a purpose for the royal plalace of Nimrud (near Mosul in modern Iraq). and set in a sympathetic reconstruction at the British Museum

Nimrud: Winged human-headed bulls, the powerful guardians of ancient Assyrian gateways, serving such a purpose for the royal plalace of Nimrud (near Mosul in modern Iraq). and set in a sympathetic reconstruction at the British Museum

Basra, Iraq. September 19, 2005 - It was a tough situation following confrontations and shootings between the British army and the Mehdi Army. It was very dangerous because people were angry. I was worried and scared.  (Image by Atef Hassan / Reuters)

Basra, Iraq. September 19, 2005 - It was a tough situation following confrontations and shootings between the British army and the Mehdi Army. It was very dangerous because people were angry. I was worried and scared. (Image by Atef Hassan / Reuters)

The Communards pulled down the statue of Napoleon in the llace Vendôme in Paris, 1871 (The New Yorker).

The Fires of Paris

The Communards pulled down the statue of Napoleon in the llace Vendôme in Paris, 1871 (The New Yorker).

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