Footprints of War

Natur unter Beschuss
by Max M. Mönch 2013 52'

Entire areas contaminated by atomic radiation, millions of tons of weapons deposited in the sea, regions devastated by chemical agents, and military vehicle emissions polluting the air. The environmental footprint of military actions is, and has been, huge. Max M. MÁ¶nch accompanies us on a journey across a century of war, starting from the European battlefields of WWI to the former Soviet Union's nuclear waste deposited off the coast of Norway, to the rivers and land of Vietnam, irreparably damaged by Agent Orange used by U.S. military forces during the Vietnam War.


Director:

Max M. Mönch

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