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Henry Hargreaves, a photographer who lives in Brooklyn, has engraved mobile phones with the slogans that US soldiers scratched onto Zippo lighters during the Vietnam War. Hargreaves' message: nothing has changed.

Mobile phones bearing the slogans engraved on Vietnam soldiers' Zippo lighters highlight the brutal futility of war.

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Photo by: © Henry Hargreaves. Used with permission of Henry Hargreaves
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Photo by: © Henry Hargreaves. Used with permission of Henry Hargreaves
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Photo by: © Henry Hargreaves. Used with permission of Henry Hargreaves
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Photo by: © Henry Hargreaves. Used with permission of Henry Hargreaves
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Photo by: © Henry Hargreaves. Used with permission of Henry Hargreaves
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Photo by: © Henry Hargreaves. Used with permission of Henry Hargreaves
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Photo by: © Henry Hargreaves. Used with permission of Henry Hargreaves
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Photo by: © Henry Hargreaves. Used with permission of Henry Hargreaves
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Photo by: © Henry Hargreaves. Used with permission of Henry Hargreaves
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Photo by: © Henry Hargreaves. Used with permission of Henry Hargreaves

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