Broadcaster and historian Dan Snow visits Tate Modern's haunting new exhibition Conflict, Time, Photography.



The photographs in this exhibition are a moving record of conflict. Some were taken in war zones just moments after an atrocity took place, others many years later, capturing the traces left on the landscape. From shell-shocked soldiers in Vietnam to empty fields in Flanders, both the people and places are forever affected. Broadcaster and historian Dan Snow introduces the themes of the exhibition.

Conflict, Time, Photography is at Tate Modern until 15 March 2015