14 Disturbing Photos of Soldiers Before During and After War

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By Amanda Froelich

War changes people. If the number of veterans suffering from PTSD isn’t enough to convince you of this, the photographs by the journalist, photographer and filmmaker Lalange Snow might be.

For her “We Are The Not Dead” series, Snow decided to make a series of photos portraying fourteen British soldiers’ faces over a period of seven months, before, during and after their operational deployment to Afghanistan.

Thinking Human reports that the photographer’s purpose was to show how these people’s faces started changing and how their expressions transformed into something completely different.

What was captured is a physical change, which is directly connected to the emotional burden experienced by the men. To be a soldier, men and women must learn how to not only be brave but how to be cruel as well. Oftentimes, a person on active duty is required to detach emotionally, and this is why rates of depression, alcoholism and suicide are high among those who have been deployed.

Lalange’s intention was not only to honor the soldiers’ courage but to also make the public aware of the psychological and emotional changes every soldier goes through.

[All photos are credited to Lalange Snow]

Credit: Lalange Snow

Credit: Lalange Snow

Credit: Lalange Snow

Credit: Lalange Snow

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Credit: Lalange Snow

Credit: Lalange Snow

Credit: Lalange Snow

Credit: Lalange Snow

Credit: Lalange Snow

Credit: Lalange Snow

Credit: Lalange Snow

Credit: Lalange Snow

Credit: Lalange Snow

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Natural Blaze note: Clearly, war changes everyone affected. Post traumatic stress is real and detrimental to the lives of anyone experiencing it. If you would like to help soldiers or others struggling with PTS, please consider looking into gardening rehab ministries – there are many! Yoga is proven to help soldiers, too. If you don’t find any outreaches in your area, consider helping to facilitate one – you might start by forming a meetup group and enlist the help of others.

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