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May 30, 2011

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There is a way in which the woman to the left in the dark hat who is looking up at the camera, indeed at us, speaks to me that there is also the need to remember those who "struggled to survive in that mad world of blood, death and fire"...those who were given no "tin hat and gun"...the women and children. Those "non-combatants" who are also trapped in these slaughters and about whom we hear almost nothing. Where is their wreath of remembrance?

Beautiful picture. . .and thoughtful comment. -- DL

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