Roger Hudson examines a 1915 photograph of the medieval Cloth Hall in the Belgian city of Ypres following heavy German shelling.
Roger Hudson gives context to a photograph highlighting the plight of Galician Jews after the Russian army's invasion in the Great War.
Roger Hudson examines a photograph of 1867, which shows the construction of one of the glories of Victorian architecture.
Paul Lay reflects on the fashion for taking photographs in museums and galleries.
Roger Hudson expands on a photograph of a locomotive taken during the American Civil War by one of Mathew Brady’s team.
T.J. Brady introduces Roger Fenton, an early photographer at a Victorian front.
Roger Hudson sheds light on an 1898 image of US soldiers fighting alongside Cubans to end Spanish rule on the Caribbean island.
Thomas J. Brady offers a study of a fashionable photographer who became the great visual recorder of the American Civil War.
Roger Hudson describes the destruction during the Paris Commune of the memorial to Napoleon’s victory at Austerlitz in 1805.