Gulf War II (s)

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    Gulf War II (s)

    Monday 14 April 2003

    British Military Police, left to right, Corporal Gwen Hatton, Lance Corporal Tammy Wickett, and Corporal Joe Richardson in Al Amara, central Iraq, today. They were part of an operation to bring law and order to the city near the border with Iraq. (AP Photo/Ian Jones/Daily Telegraph/Pool)

    Sunday 13 April 2003

    Undated picture of Lance Cpl. Charles Williams, who died in Basra on 7 November 1916, of dysentery after drinking dirty water. Lieutenant Rob Williams from Dorest, Britain, of 10 Transport Regiment was searching through gravestones in the Basra War Cemetry, southern Iraq, today, where he found a stone bearing the name of his ancestor. (AP Photo/Alan Evans/Pool)

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    Gulf War II (s)

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    Gulf War II (s)

    Monday 14 April 2003

    British Military Police, left to right, Corporal Gwen Hatton, Lance Corporal Tammy Wickett, and Corporal Joe Richardson in Al Amara, central Iraq, today. They were part of an operation to bring law and order to the city near the border with Iraq. (AP Photo/Ian Jones/Daily Telegraph/Pool)

    Sunday 13 April 2003

    Undated picture of Lance Cpl. Charles Williams, who died in Basra on 7 November 1916, of dysentery after drinking dirty water. Lieutenant Rob Williams from Dorest, Britain, of 10 Transport Regiment was searching through gravestones in the Basra War Cemetry, southern Iraq, today, where he found a stone bearing the name of his ancestor. (AP Photo/Alan Evans/Pool)

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