Photographic evidence of the Iraqi regime's destruction in Kuwait from August 1990 through February 1991
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The South

  See Overview Page 2 for a written description of the damage done to the South. For more oil fires, see the North. For sites on the Gulf, see the Coast. For a fire’s sound, visit 0004. For videos of oil fires, see 0007, 0021, 0022, 0029, 0041, 0042, 0058, 0091, 0182, and 0185. Back to thumbnails
Celebration of the Last Oil Fire  A special cake has been baked for the occasion. The icing is in the four colors of the Kuwaiti flag – red, white, green, and black. The number 727 signifies the combined total of burning and gushing wells. The number 118 refers to the last burning well. A ceremonial sword is beside the cake.
Celebration of the Last Oil Fire
A special cake has been baked for the occasion. The icing is in the four colors of the Kuwaiti flag – red, white, green, and black. The number 727 signifies the combined total of burning and gushing wells. The number 118 refers to the last burning well. A ceremonial sword is beside the cake.
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