THE wartime newspaper, despite its attenuated form, eagerly devotes a large proportion of its limited space to photographic reproductions in the knowledge that where the average reader is concerned a picture will portray an event more graphically than any column of descriptive writing. This is not an outcome of the unusual conditions of war, but is the continuation of a process that has been in operation over a number of years.
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