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"Liberties Victorious Conflict" published by The Magazine Circulation Co. can be found in the Special Collections of Binghamton University. It is a series of chronological photographs through the First World War, each with a brief description. However, upon the first read of the book, the pictures seemed to be filled with propaganda for the US and British forces. That realization raised the question about the extent of censorship on photography in the First World War. These findings include informative articles and books describing what measures were placed so the government made sure they knew what photos were being released to the public. A 1926 U.S. report outlines the reasons why the censorships were needed, additionally, this report is a focal point in this research.



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Shuttered Perspectives: Censorship of Photography During World War I