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The Goebbels children, dead by cyanide that was administered by their parents in the Führerbunker, photographed after being discovered by the Soviets.

Bodies of the six Goebbels children, who were poisoned by their parents, Paul Joseph Goebbels, a German politician and Reich Minister of Propaganda in Nazi Germany from 1933 to 1945 and Magda Goebbels. Their parents committed suicide after.

This photo by George Stock, taken on Buna Beach, New Guinea was the first photo published in the U.S. showing dead servicemen during World War II. Taken in February 1943, Cal Whipple, LIFE Magazine's Pentagon correspondent, pushed for the photo to be made public. Seven months later, with the agreement of FDR, it was. Cal Whipple died on March 17, 2013 at the age of 94.

Three American soldiers lie half-buried in the sand at Buna Beach on New Guinea. This photo was taken in February but not published until September, when it became the first image of dead American troops to appear in LIFE during World War II

(2) En medio de la devastación y los cuerpos de los soldados muertos, un crucifijo se alza milagrosamente. #Historia pic.twitter.com/84g2BQQ76J

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Amid the appalling devastation and bodies of dead soldiers, a crucifix stands tall – miraculously preserved from the shell fire. This powerful image was captured after a bloody skirmish in 1917 by Walter Kleinfeldt a young German artilleryman

Children being evacuated from London during the ongoing German bombing, 1940. The children and their parents had no idea where they were going, they would arrive at a destination and the people of that place would pick out a child to take home with them, sometimes they struck lucky and found a kind loving home and sometimes they didn't! Note the name labels around the children's necks

fyeah-history: Children being evacuated from London during the ongoing German bombing, 1940

A little Russian girl touches her dead mother just after the liberation of the Ozarichi concentration camp in Belarus, March 1944

A Russian girl touches her dead mother after the liberation of the Ozarichi concentration camp in Belarus, March 1944

日本人として 「忘れてはいけない四つの日」 ~長崎原爆の日~ - 箱根山・延年の会

Real-life Grave of the Fireflies: Stoic Japanese orphan, standing at attention having brought his dead younger brother to a cremation pyre, Nagasaki, by American photographer, Joe O’Donnell 1945 (One of the many sad things about war.

The Walking Dead 5x12 "Remember" oh Dale

Episode 512 Photo Gallery Walker - The Walking Dead _ Season Episode 12 - Photo Credit: Gene Page/AMC – The Walking Dead

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