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The story of ‘The Great War,’ a 24-foot illustration of WWI bloodshed

10
Dec
2013

The Great War is a 24-foot-long panoramic illustration, folding out like an accordion to reveal one of the bloodiest battles in history: July 1, 1916, the first day of the Battle of the Somme. While Saccos known for his comics journalism, including works such as Palestine and Safe Area Goražde, he explains to The New Yorker that after reading many books about World War I growing up, he decided to tackle his own historical voyeurism only in drawings. After years of focusing on words, Saccos ready to let his artistic side come out more.

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