Book review – The Cruel Radiance: Photography and Political Violence
Since the early days of photography, critics have told us that photos of political violence – of torture, mutilation, and death – are exploitative, deceitful, even pornographic. To look…
The Most Iconic Photographs of All Time - LIFE
Haunting color photographs made by Adolf Hitler's personal photographer, Hugo Jaeger, in the ghettos of Warsaw and the smaller Polish city of Kutno in Nazi-occupied Poland in 1939 and 1940.
in the warsaw ghetto: photographs by willy georg
Willy Georg was an old German soldier. He made money by taking photos of young German soldiers. In the summer of 1941 he was given permission to enter Warsaw, the Jewish ghetto and take photographs…
Czeslawa-Kwoka Czesława Kwoka was born in Wólka Złojecka, a small village in Poland, to a Catholic mother, Katarzyna Kwoka. Along with her mother (prisoner number 26946), Czesława Kwoka (prisoner number 26947) was deported and transported from Zamość, Poland, to Auschwitz, on 13 December 1942. On 12 March 1943, less than a month after her mother died (18 February 1943), Czesława Kwoka died at the age of 14; the circumstances of her death were not recorded.