The invasion of Lebanon by the Israeli army in 1982 marked the beginning of the operation “Peace in Galilee”. Photojournalist Yan Morvan is sent on the premises by Sipa for Newsweek. From 1982 to 1985, he recounts the war in Lebanon as he lived it. It tells the story of a torn country, without ever taking sides or favoring one...
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