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
Free Kuwait Campaign  On February 26, news reached London that Iraqi troops had been driven out of Kuwait City. Iraqi troops were in retreat, the nation was liberated, and the Free Kuwait Campaign was over. Four days later, on March 2, Kuwaitis massed in the street to celebrate the liberation. They carried green, white, red, and black balloons - the colors of Kuwait's flag. Meanwhile, concerns arose for military POWs and civilian hostages held in Iraq. (See also Contact page. Visit www.freekuwait.org.kw for website about the FKC.) )
Free Kuwait Campaign
On February 26, news reached London that Iraqi troops had been driven out of Kuwait City. Iraqi troops were in retreat, the nation was liberated, and the Free Kuwait Campaign was over. Four days later, on March 2, Kuwaitis massed in the street to celebrate the liberation. They carried green, white, red, and black balloons - the colors of Kuwait's flag. Meanwhile, concerns arose for military POWs and civilian hostages held in Iraq. (See also Contact page. Visit www.freekuwait.org.kw for website about the FKC.) )
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