Mural of War (1896), by Gari Melchers
PRISM: a clandestine surveillance program under which the NSA collects user data from companies like Facebook and Google.
The percentages of men killed in war in eight tribal societies, and Europe and the U.S. in the 20th century. (Lawrence H. Keeley, archeologist)
A Grid Transformer Station
The Egyptian siege of Dapur in the 13th century BC, from Ramesseum, Thebes.
Visualization of 2009 cyber warfare attacks against South Korea
Japanese samurai attacking a Mongol ship, 13th century
Flag of Cyber Police (FATA) of Islamic Republic of Iran
Finnish soldiers during the Winter War.
Pastie announcing attack against Saudi Aramco by a group called Cutting Sword of Justice
American tanks moving in formation during the Gulf War.
Shamoon 1 attack timeline against Saudi Aramco
Soldiers of the Australian 4th Division equipped for chemical warfare in WWI, Ypres sector, 1917
Tanker trucks unable to be loaded with gasoline due to Shamoon attacks
Global deaths in conflicts since the year 1400.
United States Department of Defense Seal
The Apotheosis of War (1871) by Vasily Vereshchagin
Seal of Joint Force Headquarters Cyber Air Force
The remains of dead Crow Indians killed and scalped by Sioux c. 1874
Les Grandes Misères de la guerre depict the destruction unleashed on civilians during the Thirty Years' War.
Ruins of Warsaw's Napoleon Square in the aftermath of World War II
The Ottoman campaign for territorial expansion in Europe in 1566
Women and priests retrieve the dead bodies of Swabian soldiers just outside the city gates of Constance after the battle of Schwaderloh. (Luzerner Schilling)
Increasing population and constant warfare among the Maya city-states over resources may have contributed to the eventual collapse of the Maya civilization by AD 900.
Kuwaiti oil wells on fire, during the Gulf War, 1 March 1991
U.S. Marine helicopter on patrol in Somalia as part of the Unified Task Force, 1992
Median age by country. War reduces life expectancy. A youth bulge is evident for Africa, and to a lesser extent in some countries in West Asia, South Asia, Southeast Asia and Central America.
U.S. soldiers directing artillery on enemy trucks in A Shau Valley, April 1968
U.S. Marines direct a concentration of fire at their opponents, Vietnam, 8 May 1968
Morning after the Battle of Waterloo, by John Heaviside Clark, 1816
In besieged Leningrad. "Hitler ordered that Moscow and Leningrad were to be razed to the ground; their inhabitants were to be annihilated or driven out by starvation. These intentions were part of the 'General Plan East'." – The Oxford Companion to World War II.
Anti-war rally in Washington, D.C., 15 March 2003

Cyberwarfare is the use of cyber attacks against an enemy state, causing comparable harm to actual warfare and/or disrupting vital computer systems.

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Cold warfare is an intense international rivalry without direct military conflict, but with a sustained threat of it, including high levels of military preparations, expenditures, and development, and may involve active conflicts by indirect means, such as economic warfare, political warfare, covert operations, espionage, cyberwarfare, or proxy wars.

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Mural of War (1896), by Gari Melchers

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