Prisoner - Vietnam War
This exhibit is part of one of the museums I've visited in Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam (War Remnants Museum). It depicts the condition of the prisoners of war during that time. Images of the atrocities of war are on diplay in that museum. Its a reminder to everyone that everybody loses in a war, nobody ever wins... Its a lesson that humanity always tend to forget.
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Otto, Margot and Anne Frank.probably about 1932.Otto was the only survivor of the family and returned to Amsterdam after the war. He found that Anne's diary had been saved.He was so very happy,and his efforts had it published in 1947,It was translated from Dutch and was published in 1952 as "The Diary of A Young Girl"
children of the holocaust
Child of the Holocaust ...1.5 million of the 6 million Jews that were killed were under the age of 3 years old. Always remember; never forget.
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Operation Homefront - Providing Financial Assistance and Housing Aid to Military Families
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Mother of Murdered Infant in Auschwitz Gave Breastmilk to Concentration Camp Children to Keep Them Alive
A child survivor from Auschwitz said she remembers vividly a women hand expressing her breastmilk on to a spoon and feeding it to her, understanding that if this milk could not be used to nourish her own infant who was taken from her and murdered, that it could help keep nourish the other children in the camp.
World War II: The Holocaust
Some of the skeleton-like human remains found by men of the Third Armored Division, U.S. First Army, at the German concentration camp at Nordhausen on April 25, 1945, where hundreds of slave laborers of various nationalities lay dead and dying. (AP Photo)
Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp - liberated on January 27, 1945
. With the abundance of photographs and witness testimonials, it is difficult to imagine anyone could deny that the deaths of more than 12 million people could be exaggerated or falsely reported. Human beings at their absolute worst.
Holocaust survivor; Elie Wiesel (far right) with mother and younger sister Tzipora in a archive photo taken before Elie was transported to the death camps. His mother and sister did not survive the war.