Silent Histories is a book in which Japanese photographer Kazuma Obara tried to depict the lives of children who were injured and became disabled as a result of the U.S aerial bombing of Japan during World War Two.
his book consists of 7 victims' stories including their current portraits, found photos, and propaganda magazines which were published by the Japanese government during the war period.
- stock nr
- Kazuma Obara
- Editorial RM
- First edition, Limited to 1900
- width x height
- 182 mm x 257 mm
- € 75 (excluding shipping)
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