Color photograph Nazi occupied Poland.
Dr. Janusz Korczak [1878-1942]. A hero and blight star not even the Nazis could not extinguish! Living in Warsaw during the Holocaust, Korczak was a pediatrician, an educator, an orphanage director and an author of works for children and pedagogical books for adults. In 1942, after refusing many offers to escape, he led the 5 mile trek alongside the 192 children from the ophanage to the trains that would ultimately lead them to their death at Treblinka.
A 'hidden mother' photograph. In the Victorian Era, women holding infants were often covered because the photograph is meant to be cropped and framed to show only the infant. The original photograph is creepy. Passport photos of infants are still taken this way in some countries.