Photographic evidence of the Iraqi regime's destruction in Kuwait from August 1990 through February 1991
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The Suburbs

  See Overview Page 5 for a written description of the damage done to the Suburbs. For Failaka Island, the Yacht Club, and suburban scenes on the Gulf, see the Coast. For resistance activities, Al-Qurain House, and other memorials to the martyrs in the Suburbs, see Human Cost. Back to thumbnails
People Looking After Each Other  After liberation, people gathered together to share or barter, but not to sell, the few possessions they had left and could part with. The aim was to help one another. They displayed their wares on the street where they could be easily found and also, due to Iraqi vandalism, almost no shops could open.
People Looking After Each Other
After liberation, people gathered together to share or barter, but not to sell, the few possessions they had left and could part with. The aim was to help one another. They displayed their wares on the street where they could be easily found and also, due to Iraqi vandalism, almost no shops could open.
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