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The @ sign is so much a part of the internet that it may surprise you to know it's been around for at least 1,500 years.
9 War Photographers and Their Images That Moved Millions
Photographers have been risking their lives since the Civil War to bring back images from the front lines. Not just to document history, but to show the uncensored, gritty version of battle to those of us who never have to face danger.