Soldiers prepareing to launch on the imfamous D-Day beach.

Soldiers prepareing to launch on the imfamous D-Day beach.

French girl abandoned in Cerisy-la-salle, 1944.

French girl abandoned in Cerisy-la-salle, 1944.

Risultati immagini per bernice Einstein, Sono figlia dell'olocausto

Risultati immagini per bernice Einstein, Sono figlia dell'olocausto

Fra gli artisti più prolifici dell’Olocausto vi è Charlotte Salomon, una ragazza di venticinque anni che lasciò più di 1000 guazzi realizzati tra il 1941 e il 1942, quando viveva in clandestinità a Nizza, prima di essere deportata ad Auschwitz. La serie di immagini della Salomon è intitolata “DIARIO IN FIGURE”

Fra gli artisti più prolifici dell’Olocausto vi è Charlotte Salomon, una ragazza di venticinque anni che lasciò più di 1000 guazzi realizzati tra il 1941 e il 1942, quando viveva in clandestinità a Nizza, prima di essere deportata ad Auschwitz. La serie di immagini della Salomon è intitolata “DIARIO IN FIGURE”

Marines of the 6th Division sleeping between battles on Okinawa, 29 May 1945

Marines of the 6th Division sleeping between battles on Okinawa, 29 May 1945

Young German Boy In His Father’s Uniform, 1939.

Young German Boy In His Father’s Uniform, 1939.

A Soviet soldier embraces family members before being deployed to the front. Bryansk, Soviet Union. 1943.

A Soviet soldier embraces family members before being deployed to the front. Bryansk, Soviet Union. 1943.

An Italian woman shows her gratitude to an American soldiers following the liberation of Rome, via Getty Images (January 1945)

An Italian woman shows her gratitude to an American soldiers following the liberation of Rome, via Getty Images (January 1945)

German soldier with his arm blown off on the Eastern Front during World War 2. *note arm in lower part of pic.

German soldier with his arm blown off on the Eastern Front during World War 2. *note arm in lower part of pic.

A pile of bodies left to rot in the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, found after the camp was liberated by British forces (April 20, 1945). Some 60,000 civilians, most suffering from typhus, typhoid and dysentery, were dying by the hundreds daily, despite the frantic efforts by medical services rushed to the camp.

A pile of bodies left to rot in the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, found after the camp was liberated by British forces (April 20, 1945). Some 60,000 civilians, most suffering from typhus, typhoid and dysentery, were dying by the hundreds daily, despite the frantic efforts by medical services rushed to the camp.

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