The illustrated press had a decisive influence on the imagery of the war. It provided a social context in which the photographic image became a medium for social communication. However, the visual representation pattern of the war in the press was also subject to military control and censorship.
We employ strictly necessary and analysis cookies. Analysis cookies are used only with your consent and exclusively for statistical purposes. Details on the individual cookies can be found under “Cookie settings”. You can also find further information in our data protection declaration.