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YIZKOR - REMEMBER

By CrownJoolz
WE WILL REMEMBER THEM.

To those who fought and gave their lives -toay is not just an act of remembrance but a day of universal reflection on the value of life, of peace, of humanity.


They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old:
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning
We will remember them.




Taken at the Auschwitz museum, Poland.

Tags: Architecture Black and white

Voters: KBan, Diana, iain360 and 41 more

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Comments


Diana 16 2.0k 19 Netherlands
11 Nov 2007 11:46AM
just so chilling... as it should be too
Dianna
akw 15 341 3 England
11 Nov 2007 11:55AM
Powerfull message, powerfull image.

alan
robway 17 318 Wales
11 Nov 2007 12:18PM
A very stark and powerful image.
John
Cormy 15 3 England
11 Nov 2007 12:24PM
We certainly won't forget places like this.Well done.
riprap007 18 1.6k 37 England
11 Nov 2007 12:25PM
"They were in one of many mouths of Hell
Not seen of seers in visions; "
poem fragment, Wilfred Owen
derekv 15 3 England
11 Nov 2007 1:37PM
A very poignant reminder, Thanks !
Derek
CrownJoolz 15 7 United Kingdom
11 Nov 2007 1:47PM
My uncle, now in his 80s, was a tail end Charlie - a rear gunner on the Lancaster Bombers. Sgt Bernard Warren in the 103 Bomber command squadron. He was based at Elsham Wolds and later was shot down over Düsseldorf - becomming a prisoner of war. He is a member of the Caterpillar Club because the silk from his parachute saved his life. His best friend, Rowland Luffman, was 576 squadron who also flew from Elsham Wolds - they still meet up today.
graceland 18 2.6k 2 United Kingdom
11 Nov 2007 2:14PM
well done number 2
MickyMc 15 8 United Kingdom
11 Nov 2007 3:23PM
Very moving indeed.
TRUEX 15 218 10
11 Nov 2007 5:30PM
"...we realized then for the first time that there were no words to express that contempt,that destruction of human beings."


Quote from a book i've been reading today........Marcus
imander 15 388 7 United Kingdom
11 Nov 2007 6:31PM
powerful ,emotional and moving tribute
ian
MandsH 15 England
11 Nov 2007 7:06PM
Extremely moving, sent shivers down my spine
Mandy
ripleysalien 16 1.2k 11 United Kingdom
11 Nov 2007 8:09PM
...........

Steve
nickyv32 15 135 England
11 Nov 2007 8:56PM
Very moving, brought the lump to the throat.
Great.
Nicky
AnneWorner 15 620 43 United States
11 Nov 2007 10:40PM
An incredibly powerful, and goose-bump causing image. Very well done.
Anne
Briwooly 17 454 6 England
12 Nov 2007 1:19PM
Well done excellent

Brian.................................................
danbrann 18 640 17
14 Nov 2007 9:39AM
Pwerfully moving.
barry john 18 25 England
14 Nov 2007 6:26PM
Excellent and very poignant message for all
Barry John
SRSmith 15 1 United States
14 Nov 2007 9:45PM
My father was in the ball turret of a B-17, got shot down but survived. I served in a foolish conflict, but what woke me up was when my sons reached the age I was when I went to war. It was chilling to think of them in that situation. Anyway, your image is meaningful to several generations.
28 Nov 2007 7:22AM
A moving image. Well done.
Tanya
Buffalo_Tom Plus
16 2.3k 29 Wales
28 Dec 2007 12:09PM
A very thoughtful andmoving image Juliet.
Tom.
tony64 18 204 9 England
20 Jan 2008 7:34PM
This is one of my favs from your pf Juliet. A haunting image well taken, and the flower in No 2, has been blended well.
Good one!
Tony
12 Feb 2008 11:29PM
A powerful image.
James_G 15 166 5
15 Feb 2008 1:47PM
This is a stunning image. Much more than just a pic, really well thought out. Love it.
Rylands 14 1 2 United Kingdom
15 Mar 2008 10:45PM
We need people to see brilliant pics like this to ensure such things never happen again. Brilliant!
Very moving image!
Gary_Macleod 18 166 Scotland
4 Jun 2008 12:58PM
superb stuff. My grand father was top gunner in a Halifax and also a member of the caterpillar club..twice having to use his chute second time over occupied territory and ended up a POW. he told me he was held in a prison near one of these death camps but didn't know what it was but the smell was puzzling to them....just as well they didn't know at the time.
15 Jul 2008 6:07AM
Xcellent piece of work ..... Keeeeeeeep it up

Rgds/Sidd

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