War never changes

This gallery consists of different manifestations and  interpretations of war throughout different time periods. It also reflects on the effects of war, as well as the fact that fighting is, and always will be, a part of our lives.

This image depicts a general dying during the heat of battle. It shows how men continue to fight, despite losing people they care about.
This work of art depicts a group of war prisoners being rounded up. This is symbolic of how cruel people can be during times of war.
This painting shows items from the different sides of the Civil War. This image shows how people are always choosing sides in order to fight.
This painting depicts a fleet of war ships sending troops onto land. This work of art is significant because it shows the great lengths people will go to in order to wage war.
In this painting, a battle is being waged, with bodies strewn about the battlefield. This painting shows the sickening reality of war and death, and how the people involved just don't seem to care.
This painting shows two dead soldiers, left to rot in no-mans land. The symbolism here is showing the cold loneliness of war, and the loss people go through in order to fight.
This painting depicts a city being taken over by force, with citizens being killed and captured. This image shows the ruthlessness of war, and the terrible things that need to be done during battle.
This painting shows a group of soldiers who have been affected by mustard gas, being led through a field of their dead comrades. This image shows very clearly the suffering of war victims.
This painting shows a castle being sieged, with a large amount of people engaging in the battle. This shows the massive number of people who can be affected at once by war.
This final piece shows a man-like figure, who is made almost completely out of weapons, and war-related items. The image symbolizes that war is a primal part of man.
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