“An eighteen year old boy is carried into the shock ward, and he looks up at my trustingly asking, “How am I doing, nurse?” I just kiss his forehead and say, “You are doing just fine soldier.” He smiles sweetly and says, “I was just checking,” Then he dies. We all cry in private. But not in front of the boys. Never in front of the boys.” - June Wandrey, WWII in HD
Elizabeth "Lee" Miller (1907-1977) was an acclaimed war correspondent and photographer for Vogue during World War II, covering events such as the London Blitz, the liberation of Paris, and the concentration camps at Buchenwald and Dachau. She was also a tormented woman, who suffered from PTSD after the war and what she saw there. Much of her work was rediscovered after her death, and preserved by her son.