Photo History: The Women Photographers of World War I

By David Schonauer   Friday January 12, 2018

A new exhibition in the U.K. is highlighting the overlooked role of women photographers in World War I. The exhibition, "No Man’s Land: Women’s Photography and the First World War" at Impressions Gallery in Bradford, England, makes extensive use of images — many never seen by the public — culled from the archives of the Imperial War Museums and other institutions, notes Hyperallergic. Among those featured: Olive Edis, who was one of the first women to be an official war photographer. 

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