Auschwitz prisoner and photographer Wilhelm Brasse dies at 95 in southern Poland
This photograph provided by the State Museum Auschwitz-Birkenau in Poland shows the identity photographs of an Auschwitz inmate, a part of the Nazi German effort to document their activities at the camp.
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#1 Oct 27, 2012
A heart-wrenching story of a prisoner who was trapped in more ways than one and was saving his life one photo at a time. It's a wonder he didn't go mad. To him, it was was painful torture that he lived as long as he did, but, I guess God has his reasons for that.
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