Polish concentration camp survivor weeping near charred corpse of a friend, in Leipzig, Germany; ca. 1945
This photo was taken by Margaret Bourke-White (who was the first female war correspondent in WWII. Also she’s also the photographer of the iconic Kentucky Flood photo.) She was a badass with a robotic heart. I could have never done what she did and maintained her love of life and compassionate nature.
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There were no Polish Concentration Camps!
Camps build in Poland and other countries in Europe during World War II were German Nazis’ camps. Time to learn!
September 20, 2015 at 12:24 am