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  • A esto Guimera, le llamarian ahora daños colaterales. Cuanta hipocresia y mentes totalitarias.
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  • @sardanas ,segunda guerra mundial, y luego vino la de Corea, la de Vietnam, de Iraq...aunque no mundiales, fueron para los niños igual de destructivas ..Un abrazo.
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  • War is chaos. War is hell. War is not a place for children.However, during the second World War (and not only)children, unfortunately, not only saw the horrors , buteven took a direct part . The war has no face, but in thesephotographs we see its imprints on the youngest and mostbeautiful faces.
  • 1. American doctors and wounded French girl Genevieve Marie(Geneviève Marie) in a field hospital at the farm of La Moustache(La Houssaye). On the left - the brother of Genevieve MarieAuguste (Auguste Marie). The children were injured in the night of5 to 6 June 1944 as a result of a raid by U.S. bombers on thebattery La Croix aux Bertots. During the war their mother waskilled.
  • 2. Warsaw children in the German tank Pz.Kpfw IV, burnt by rebelson the street Gorokhovskaya September 14, 1944 during theWarsaw Uprising.
  • 3. Young Warsaw rebels near the grave of scout Zbigniew Banasha(Zbigniew Banaś), who was killed by a German sniper during maildelivery to the hospital in Powiśle.
  • 4. Injured Polish boy and a nurse at the hospital company "Costa» (Koszta)on the street Moniuszko (Moniuszki), Building 1, in the Warsaw Uprising.
  • 5. Polish boy in the ruins of Warsaw. His house was destroyed by Germanbombing.
  • 6. London boy on the ruins of his home, where his parents were killedafter being hit by a German V-2 rocket.
  • 7. London girl on the ruins of her house destroyed by the V-2 rocket.
  • 8. London boy on the ruins of his home, where his parents were killedafter being hit by a German V-2 rocket.
  • 9. English girl with a doll on the ruins of a house destroyed by Germanbombing.
  • 10. German soldier gave a bread to the Russian boy . Somewhere in thewoods near Volkhov .Album German photographer Georg Gundlach "Volkhovskaya battle.Documents of horror: 1941-1942. "Authors name - «Der kleine Jungebegreift noch gar nicht, das er plotzlich ein Stuck Brot erhalten hat, - imWolchow-Wald 1942" (Kid has not yet realized that he suddenly gave apiece of bread, wood Volkhov 1942).
  • 11. An American soldier near the body of Belgian boy who was killed bythe Germans in Stavelot (Stavelot) . In the background can be seen thebodies of other murdered civilians.From the testimony of Belgian literature teacher Van der Essen at theNuremberg trials: "As regards to the first fact, thats the crimescommitted by entire military units, I, not to abuse the Tribunal, I will givejust a very typical example. This event, which occurred in Stavelot, wherewere approximately 140 people, of whom 36 were women and 22 children,the oldest of which 14 years old and the youngest - 4 years, were brutallymurdered by German units belonging to the SS Panzer Division. It wasthe division "Hoenshtaufen" and security division SS "Adolf Hitler" "
  • 12. Boys from Italian city of Naples, one of whom lost a leg during thefighting.
  • 13. Meeting liberators of Prague . Soviet junior officer holds a Czech boy.
  • 14. Meeting liberators of Prague. Soviet Major-General holds a Czech girl.
  • 15. Unknown prisoner of the Warsaw ghetto holding a dead body of astarving child.
  • 16. Greek soldier in helmet holds on holds his daughter .
  • 17. Russian boy sits near the trunk of artillery gun thrown at the Germanretreat.
  • 18. Chinese baby crying on the platform of a bombed-out train station"South" in Shanghai.
  • 19. The Soviet partisan teenager Nick Lubich of the partisan unit AFFedorov with captured German 9mm submachine gun MP-38 in the winterforest. Nicholas Lubitsch survived the war and lived to an old age.
  • 20. Soviet baby crying over the body of his dead mother. Shot from aSoviet film of the war in which the Nazis crimes were shown.
  • 21. Soviet child near the murdered mother. Concentration camp for civilians"Ozarichi." Belarus, a place Ozarichi Domanovici district Polessie area.
  • 22. A seven years old boy in the place of last fight, near the explodedSoviet tank T-34-85. Behind there are seen the same two tanks .
  • 23. An emaciated child lying on a sidewalk in the Warsaw ghetto.
  • 24. Two children begging on a sidewalk in the Warsaw ghetto.
  • 25. Two Ukrainian SS members, known as "askaris» («Askaris»), look atthe dead bodies of women and children during suppression of theuprising in the Warsaw ghetto.
  • 26. Chastisers shot Jewish women and children at the village MizochRivne region. Still signs of life coolly finishing off. Before execution, thevictims were ordered to take off all their clothes.
  • 27. A group of children in the occupied Soviet village. Picture of Germanphotographer.
  • 28. Philippine orphaned children in the streets of destroyed Manila .
  • 29. Lance-Corporal Canadian Medical Corps D. Curtis (JW Curtis)bandages the leg to a French boy Marcel Fremont (Marcel Frémont, 10years) , near him - his brother Daniel (Daniel Frémont, 4 years).
  • “The forgotten victims of World War Two were the children.”Juliet Gardiner.
  • endcast Not a child can face a warimages credit www.Music Puccini - O mio babbino caro (aria dellopera Gianni Schicchi)created o.e.thanks for watching