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Freedom’s of Expression in Kuwait

Wreckage from the conflict is in front of a mosque with people cheering
Description: Painting, Watercolor on Paper; by John Charles Roach; 1991; Framed Dimensions 30H X 39W
Accession #: 92-007-T
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Having endured a long and brutal Iraqi occupation, the newly freed Kuwaiti people express a joy that only the repressed could know.  This scene was one of many witnessed during the first few days as the coalition entered the city.

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  • Art
Wars & Conflicts
  • Persian Gulf War 1990-1991
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