Frantz Samedi holds his lifeless 5-year-old daughter, Tamasha Jean, who died when Hurricane Ike's flood waters swept children and the elderly from their homes in the small Haitian town of Cabaret in this Sept. 7, 2008 photo. This photo is one from a series from the 2009 Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News by Miami Herald photographer Patrick Farrell.

Frantz Samedi holds his lifeless 5-year-old daughter, Tamasha Jean, who died when Hurricane Ike's flood waters swept children and the elderly from their homes in the small Haitian town of Cabaret in this Sept. 7, 2008 photo. This photo is one from a series from the 2009 Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News by Miami Herald photographer Patrick Farrell.

Elisabeth Tertaas, holding a doll. Died in Sobibor extermination camp, 1943.

Elisabeth Tertaas, holding a doll. Died in Sobibor extermination camp, 1943.

Lisin was a 13 year old Russian Jew  who was brought to Birkenau through the infamous "Gates of  Death" via train on February 10, 1942.  His official fate remains  unknown; however, he likely perished in the gas chamber soon after  this mugshot was taken.  This boy would have been considered a  "double enemy" to Adolf Hitler because he was both a Russian  and a Jew.

Lisin was a 13 year old Russian Jew who was brought to Birkenau through the infamous "Gates of Death" via train on February 10, 1942. His official fate remains unknown; however, he likely perished in the gas chamber soon after this mugshot was taken. This boy would have been considered a "double enemy" to Adolf Hitler because he was both a Russian and a Jew.

World Trade Center 9-11: 2002 Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News Photography by Steve Ludlum, New York Times

World Trade Center 9-11: 2002 Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News Photography by Steve Ludlum, New York Times

One of 150 prisoners savagely burned to death by Nazi SS troops as Allied troops closed in on the camp still rests in the position in which he died, attempting to rise and escape his horrible death, Gardelegen, 16 Apr 1945 - Sgt. E. R. Allen

One of 150 prisoners savagely burned to death by Nazi SS troops as Allied troops closed in on the camp still rests in the position in which he died, attempting to rise and escape his horrible death, Gardelegen, 16 Apr 1945 - Sgt. E. R. Allen

Six year old orphan from Austria ecstatically embraces a new pair of shoes just given to him by the Red Cross. Photo: Gerald Waller, 1946.

Six year old orphan from Austria ecstatically embraces a new pair of shoes just given to him by the Red Cross. Photo: Gerald Waller, 1946.

The Forgotten Victims: The Gypsies of Europe were registered, sterilized, ghettoized, and then deported to concentration and death camps by the Nazis. Approximately 250,000 to 500,000 Gypsies were murdered during the Holocaust - an event they call the Porajmos (the "Devouring")

The Forgotten Victims: The Gypsies of Europe were registered, sterilized, ghettoized, and then deported to concentration and death camps by the Nazis. Approximately 250,000 to 500,000 Gypsies were murdered during the Holocaust - an event they call the Porajmos (the "Devouring")

Japanese orphan, standing to attention having brought his dead brother to a cremation pyre, Nagasaki, 1945. Photo by Joe O'Donnell.

Japanese orphan, standing to attention having brought his dead brother to a cremation pyre, Nagasaki, 1945. Photo by Joe O'Donnell.

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