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Unidentified woman and child, Kutno, Nazi-occupied Poland, 1939. WWII Jewish and Polish refugees being photographed by German photographer Hugo Jaeger. Polish Peasants in traditional 1930s 1940s women's clothing, skirts boots and coats

The Brink of Oblivion: Color Photos From Nazi-Occupied Poland, 1939-1940

Hugo Jaeger Unidentified woman and child, Kutno, Nazi-occupied Poland, 1939 This image helps me imagine my fictional character in Garden of Lies (WIP) Esmee and her mother before they were seperated at Gross Rosen Concentration Camp.

30 April 2012 Rasema Handanovic convicted of Bosnian war crimes. Tried in a local court for an attack on Trusina in 1993.

Mexican president's family faces calls for investigation into Miami apartment

30 April 2012 Rasema Handanovic convicted of Bosnian war crimes. Tried in a local court for an attack on Trusina in

"Martyr Grigory Rasputin with Martyr Alexei (the heir to the imperial throne, actually canonized in 2000), who was allegedly cured by Rasputin of haemophilia, thereby winning the favor of the Empress)."

Grigory Rasputin, a wondering peasant who eventually exerted a powerful influence over Nicholas II and Aleksandra, the last Tsar and Tsarina of Imperial Russia, is one of the most mysterious and dark individuals of Russian history.

Prijedor - Bosnia and Herzegovina (This is not Holocaust, nor Auschwitz, nor 1941... This is Prijedor, Bosnia 1992-1995. Serb held Manjača Concentration Camp)

11 Aug Manjaca, Prijedor - Bosnia and Herzegovina --- Bosniak (mainly) and Croatian civilians in Serb Concentration Camp During Bosnian Genocide

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Queen Elizabeth II during her WWII service.

Queen Elizabeth II during her WWII service.

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Haunting photo of Ratko Mladic assuring a young Muslim boy that the people of Srebrenica would be protected, mere hours before the VRS commi.

The bitter ethnic conflict that fragmented Yugoslavia into warring states was started by the president of Serbia, Slobodan Milosevic, 60. Voted out of office in 2000, he was arrested, and in June 2001 his countrymen turned him over to the UN to be prosecuted for war crimes.

The bitter ethnic conflict that fragmented Yugoslavia into warring states was started by the president of Serbia, Slobodan Milosevic, 60. Voted out of office in 2000, he was arrested, and in June 2001 his countrymen turned him over to the UN to be prosecuted for war crimes.

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A Bosnian Serb woman mourns over the remains of her son killed in 1992 after it was found in a common grave in Bosnia during the Balkan Wars.

Arkan’s Tigers kick and kill Muslim civilians in Bijeljina (1992) © Ron Haviv – VII

We talked to legendary photojournalist Ron Haviv about his experience documenting the trauma and atrocities of the Bosnian War.

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