During the 1990s, more than 2 million children died as a
result of armed conflicts. They were often deliberately targeted and
murdered. More than three times that number were permanently disabled
or seriously injured.
As of September 2003, at least 35 countries were in some stage of
major armed conflict, from tenuous cease-fire to all-out war. To bring
attention to these conflicts and the issues that surround them, World
Press Review and Weigl Publishers Inc. have created the Armed
Conflict Around the World wall map.
39" x 26"
four stages of conflict
depict key aspects of war
and topographical detail
inset maps of Russia (Chechnya), Israel, and Indonesia
panel designed to be photocopied at actual size
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