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.
October 29, 2014 | Categories: History, Holocaust, Human History, Images of History, Life under siege, Nightmares of World War II, Photography, World War Two | Tags: Adolf Hitler, black and white photography, concentration camp, concentration camp survivor, Death, Europe, female war correspondent, German, Germany, historic, Historical, History, Hitler, human history, Kentucky Flood, Margaret Bourke-White, Military, Military history, Nazi, Photo, Photography, Poland, polish, Polish concentration camp, Power, World War two, WW2, wwii | 1 Comment