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This is a memorial of those who have met ends naturally or unnaturally. Please be respectful in your comments. Human history is a bloody history, and no amount of ignoring it because its uncomfortable or disturbing will help those who gave and sacrificed their lives of their own will, or by the will of others.
Death photograph is a means by which you can channel a time period, a family, or an individual. It is not necessary to have a picture of someone in death to converse with them, but when you're talking about those who died in the war, the holocaust, by accident, or illness, it helps to immediately connect with them on the level that you desire to honor their memory and finally, for someone, to hear their story.
So often people are forgotten or overlooked because those living don't want to be disgusted, or bothered, by reminding themselves of the horror... which is a true shame. Not us, we hear what they have to share, and we look, boldly, into the bloody history of human kind, and give a voice to those who've lost theirs. It's something that means a great deal to us, and honoring those whose lives were ripped away, is the way to keep their memory & their spirit alive.
This is a small sampling of our death photography. Again, this is graphic content.
The tragedy of the Holocaust & concentration camps, and the people who gave their lives in the face of tyranny. Remember, it was not only the Jewish people who gave their lives, but also people who were considered dangerous (politically), people who were turned in by their neighbors for suspicious activities, in addition to criminals of multiple offenses. Many people, of many religious backgrounds, from several countries, met absolutely inhumane ends in the concentration camps.