Terror of War Essay11.docx - \u201cTerror of War\u201d There is no war without pain and without terror The\"Napalm Girl was taken on June 8 1972 by The

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“Terror of War”There is no war without pain and without terror. The "Napalm Girl" was taken on June 8, 1972 by The Associated Press photographer, Nick Ut, between the Saigon border in Vietnam and Cambodia, just outside the village of Trang Bang. "Napalm Girl" shows how war can cause pain and terror at the same time.The photograph "Napalm Girl" is a photograph of young children running on a road in Vietnam on June 8, 1972. The children have an expression of terror and fear on their faces, and it seems that they are escaping from something horrible. Behind them there are some soldiers, who do notseem to be affected by what is happening, and who are not helping the injured children in any way, but dragging them down the street like cattle. The children are helpless and desperate, screaming for help. They look small and weak. However, the soldiers are tall and powerful, with their weapons and helmets. They are not injured and they do not transmit any emotion. In the
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