THE TRIAL OF ISRAEL’S CAMPUS CRITICS by David Theo Goldberg and Saree Makdisi The Israeli-Palestinian conflict remains one of the most visible political issues on campuses around the nation. A rising level of concern about the continuing Israeli occupation of Palestinian territory (now in its fifth decade), as well as the precarious position of Israel’s […]
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"Cape Town and Table Mountain, As seen from the Steamship ‘Moor’ as she came in the harbor." From A Trip to South Africa, Photographs taken by Benjamin Agnew 1898
Snow White, a B-24 bomber of the U.S. Army 9th Air Force at a forward bomber base in the Libyan desert. Among its crew, there are four members who flew the ship across the Atlantic and piloted it through thirty-six missions, compiling 300 combat hours in the Middle East. Nick Parrino Photographer.
This bay is 70 miles north of the Cape of Good Hope. By H. Moll Geographer
Taken either by the American Colony Photo Department or its successor, the Matson Photo Service.
By Edward Hicks, 1937
3 men dressed as Boers trampling Union Jack and preparing to assail woman dressed as Brittania by Underwood & Underwood
British artillery during Boer War: howitzer battery going to Maddox Hill to throw lyddite into the Boer Laager