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

  See Overview Page 7 for a written description of the Human Cost and subsequent Overview pages for the names of Kuwaiti martyrs and coalition soldiers from all nations who were killed liberating Kuwait. For a video of Al-Qurain, see 5004. Back to thumbnails
Al-Qurain House Interior in 1993  Touring Al-Qurain House in 1993 are two fathers and two mothers of American soldiers who died during the Gulf War. They are accompanied by four of their Kuwaiti hosts. A third father is partly hidden in the right doorway. Genoveva Montalvo of Texas is on the left. On March 1, 1991, a land mine killed her son, Marine Sergeant Candelario Montalvo, Jr. He was the father of a one-month old daughter. (See also Overview pages 35-36 and .)
Al-Qurain House Interior in 1993
Touring Al-Qurain House in 1993 are two fathers and two mothers of American soldiers who died during the Gulf War. They are accompanied by four of their Kuwaiti hosts. A third father is partly hidden in the right doorway. Genoveva Montalvo of Texas is on the left. On March 1, 1991, a land mine killed her son, Marine Sergeant Candelario Montalvo, Jr. He was the father of a one-month old daughter. (See also Overview pages 35-36 and 5025.)
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