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IN Photography ON 23 Oct, 2016
This does not mean that we should forget them, for they are reminders of what we have survived from. Read on!
When this spread throughout the world in 1918, more than a hundred million people were killed. Even everyday activities were affected by it.
Specifically, this photo shows the child slaves back in 1868 while they were in the British vessel called the HMS Daphne. Thankfully, all of them were saved.
The person in the picture was Hans-Georg Henke, and he was part of the Hitler Youth. Here, he was scared as Germany was about to surrender.
These realistic wax mannequins were damaged due to a fire at the museum located in London.
In this photo, a child is saved by a German soldier on the eastern side because he was separated from his dear parents. This was not allowed, but he pitied him.
When the United States dropped an atomic bomb on Hiroshima, Japan, warfare was changed forever. It was so powerful that some of the people were immediately vaporized.
He was a clever photographer who went to China to take an image of a fake beheading. This was enough to persuade Britain to invade China in the hopes of supposedly making them civilized.
Thi was taken back in 1913. It was so iconic that National Geographic decided to publish it. Back then, it wasn't a rare punishment in Mongolia for people to be locked up.
One of the worst famines in the world happened in Ukraine. In 1933, it was common to see the bodies of dead people in the streets of Kharkiv.
He was a 14-year-old kid from Australia who decided to stay outside of an airplane in Sydney as it went off to Tokyo. He died as he jumped 200 feet from the plane.
This award-winning photo shows a dead child being thrown into the ground that became a makeshift morgue in Haiti in 2010.
James Nachtwey took this photo in Sudan in 1993. It was taken beside a feeding center.
This baby was a victim of the second Sino-Japanese War that later became part of the Second World War. The shelter was destroyed, but the baby survived somehow.
Lingchi was a method of torture and execution that was common in China back then. Basically, it was composed of one thousand cuts and slow slices.
In the Bergen-Belsen camp, more than 50,000 people were killed. In fact, one of the victims here was Anne Frank.
The babysitter and the girl were about to be rescued by a firefighter, but they felt the need to escape immediately. Sadly, the fire escape got destroyed. The babysitter died while the child survived.
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