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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Born on June 2, 1933 in Strasbourg. Last lived at 21, rue Rode, Bordeaux. Interned in the Lalande camp near Tours and then transferred to Drancy. From there, she, her mother Frieda, and her sister Paulette, age 7, were deported on Sept. 11, 1942 on Convoy 31. Their destination: Auschwitz-Birkenau. Aside from these stark facts, all we know of Anny is what is on her I.D. card: that she was Jewish, had blonde hair, blue eyes, rosy complexion, and was of moderate height. And that she had very…
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.
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.