It’s not every day that you get a peek into the world of a brutal and secretive regime.  But with said regimes falling more and more these days the vaults are being cracked open and what do you know, dictators like to keep records.  Photographic records in particular.  One such photo collection has been reviewed and archived by Human Rights Watch and will go on display in London at the London Festival of Photography.  Colonel Muammar Gaddafi’s photography archives will be on display for you to explore and gain some insight into his 40 years of rule of Libya.  You can read more about the archives and see a selection of the 1000’s of photographs in the online version of the British Journal of Photography if you aren’t able to make it to London for the Festival of Photography.

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