This issue of MHQ features three stories about soldiers who chose to tell their war story not through words but through images.
When the United States entered World War I in 1917, Ernest Peixotto was eager to lend his hand to the effort
Decades of armed conflict in Afghanistan have transformed the iconography of one of the country’s traditional art forms
From Cleopatra to Elizabeth and Njinga to Meir, strong women have proved every bit as resolute as their male counterparts
South Korea’s most famous cartoonist cut his teeth as an artist in the early 1950s while war raged through—and devastated—his homeland.
Throughout history women have taken up arms for all kinds of reasons. Here are the stories of eight who went to war—and why.
Maurice Busset used an age-old medium—wood-block prints—to depict Germany’s terrifying air raids on Paris during World War I.
Long before modern politicians used the media to mold public opinion, a Corsican first […]
Howling Wolf memorialized his exploits in vivid and colorful drawings—even while he was imprisoned […]
Dutch cartoonist Louis Raemaekers gained international fame with his anti-German cartoons during World War […]