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‘The World Aflame’ Uses Color to Make Us See History’s Darker Moments

Marina Amaral and Dan Jones’ new book colorizes early to mid-20th century war photos to draw a parallel between our present and past

The invasion of Norway. Photos from “The World Aflame.”

British historian Dan Jones and Brazilian artist Marina Amaral open their new book, The World Aflame: A New History of War and




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