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

  See Overview Page 2 for a written description of the damage done to the South. For more oil fires, see the North. For bridges, ports, hotels, and beach houses on the Gulf, see the Coast. Back to thumbnails
Desert Plant Damage  Oil lakes gradually seeped into the ground and created permanent land pollution in the form of tarcrete. This is a close-up of an-oil covered tarthouth desert plant, which resembles thornless young cucumber cactus.
Desert Plant Damage
Oil lakes gradually seeped into the ground and created permanent land pollution in the form of tarcrete. This is a close-up of an-oil covered tarthouth desert plant, which resembles thornless young cucumber cactus.
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