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Sierra Madre Mountains, Mexico, March 27, 1886 — Geronimo and three well-armed American Indian war heroes posed for a photograph in their Indian camp holding their late 19th century military rifles during extended surrender negotiations with United States Army General George Crook.

The notorious Apache warriors, pictured here in the heat of their resistance efforts, were to finally surrender to General Nelson A. Miles in Skeleton Canyon on September 4, 1886 (some six months after this historic Indian photo was taken).

Geronimo's efforts in successfully fighting government forces are noted by historians as being the last significant guerrilla warfare actions by Indians against the United States.

APACHE WARRIORS PICTURED: (l-r) Yanozha, Chappo (Geronimo's son), Fun (Yanozha's half brother, Geronimo, at the Cañon de los Embudos (source: "The Apache Diaries, a Father-Son Journey" by Grenville Goodwin & Neil Goodwin).

 The Israel-Palestine Conflict, Civilian Casualty Comparison Chart

The Iraq War
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More Iraq War Casualty Pictures, warning - graphic;

U.S. Troops Killed and Wounded

4,442 US Soldiers Killed, 32,046 Seriously Wounded

U.S. SPENDING IN IRAQ and Iraqi Civilians Killed
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Spent & Approved War-Spending - About $900 billion of US taxpayers' funds spent or approved for spending
through November 2010.

Iraqi Civilians Killed, Estimated - On October 22, 2010, ABC News reported "a secret U.S. government tally
that puts the Iraqi (civilian) death toll over 100,000," Some informed estimates place Iraqi civilian causalities
at over 600,000.


The Afghanistan War 
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The  Libya War
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Global War on Terrorism or War On Terror

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