Wilhelm Brasse, the Polish "Auschwitz photographer," has died at the age of 95. Brasse was an inmate who was chosen by the SS to take identity photographs of inmates. Brasse was also engaged by the Germans to take portraits of SS officers with or without their families. This is SS officer Maximilian Grabner who was told by Brasse to "sit comfortably, relax and think about your fatherland" before snapping his picture. Brasse's photo library contains at least 40,000 images.