WOW! What it doesn't mention is that he got fired and went to Russia to work as a laborer in order to support his family. When he died nobody in his town or country knew about him until delegations from Israel, Europe and America came to give their respect to him!
A young woman photographed two days after the British entered Stalag 11B near Fallingbostel, the first POW camp to be liberated; her face still bearing the scars of a beating by the SS guards. [::SemAp FB || SemAp::]
Forty-three years ago today (May 4), four Kent State University (Ohio) students were killed and nine more injured after the Ohio National Guard opened fire at students protesting the Vietnam War. The killings at Kent State were a turning point in support for the war. This iconic image came to symbolize the protest against the war.