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IN Photography ON 08 Nov, 2015
The pictures of young British men and women, who suffered chronic injuries in Iraq and Afghanistan on their military duty, are to go public for the first time in the UK.
The exhibition The Wounded: The Legacy of War, produced by Canadian musician and photographer Bryan Adams, will go on display at Somerset House this month and will feature over 30 portraits.
Apart from bringing to the fore the circumstances of these war heroes, it is an initiative to honor them, too.
"The human cost of conflict is a narrative which, like many of us, feels personal to me. My grandfathers and father were in the British Army, so the act of remembrance – both for the fallen and the wounded – was instilled into me from a young age and it's a theme I've previously touched upon in my music."
Each of them deserve these kudos!
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