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viscostatic 15 50 11 United Kingdom
15 Oct 2019 8:57AM
Very powerful images. This is a place I hadn't heard of before. Thank you for uploading these images.

Phil.
bliba Plus
15 2 Austria
15 Oct 2019 9:01AM
great photo journalism
saltireblue Plus
11 12.0k 75 Norway
15 Oct 2019 9:15AM
An image that pulls you up abruptly, and makes you think about the folly and cruelty of Man. They don't get more thought-provoking than this.
mrswoolybill Plus
14 2.9k 2434 United Kingdom
15 Oct 2019 9:33AM
One tiny tragedy among so many tragedies. The UA is for the version, which seems more poignant because it comes closer to what the child would have touched.
'One death is a tragedy, a million deaths are a statistic.' (A Hitler)
15 Oct 2019 1:47PM
Very moving image, Dave.
15 Oct 2019 5:31PM
A very emotive set of images, all FIVE have been to Oradour twice the first visit was in the early 80ís before the Museum was built and it was just the ruins of the village and the cemetery area. Yet when you walked in through the lower entrance it is difficult to describe oneís feelings the silence was Erie and the respect of the people walking around amazing. Then looking at the names an ages of those killed, people in there thirties and forties along with the children, I was in my late thirties at the time and the memory of the village has remained with me. The second visit was after the Museum was build and I cannot remember when it would have been, but it was my first visit that will stay with me forever.
I hope that you donít mind my writing this against your photos but it is a place that if one gets the chance one should visit.
taggart Plus
16 47 14 United States
15 Oct 2019 6:57PM
cuts to the bone!

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