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Love and Barbed Wire

Love and Barbed Wire

Large Reclaimed Barn Wood and Barbed Wire Tree Wall Art ~ Three Framed Barbed Wire Trees ~ 38" Wide by PhloxRiverStudio

Large Reclaimed Barn Wood and Barbed Wire Tree Wall Art ~ Three Framed Barbed Wire Trees ~ 38" Wide

Large Reclaimed Barn Wood and Barbed Wire Tree Wall Art ~ Three Framed Barbed Wire Trees ~ 38" Wide by PhloxRiverStudio

Illustration of barbed wire progressively turning into roses by Irina Gliudza. (Photo: Fabrica)    Part of a commission to transform poems written by children in the Terezin concentration camp into works of art.    Also, 27 January is Holocaust Remembrance Day in the UK.

In pictures: Illustrating hope

Illustration of barbed wire progressively turning into roses by Irina Gliudza. (Photo: Fabrica) Part of a commission to transform poems written by children in the Terezin concentration camp into works of art. Also, 27 January is Holocaust Remembrance Day in the UK.

SOLD The Moore Family Folk Art guitar made from old dock wood 100 year old pianos, old roof deck, rusty barbed wire, etc.... SOLD

SOLD The Moore Family Folk Art guitar made from old dock wood 100 year old pianos, old roof deck, rusty barbed wire, etc.... SOLD

29.) A child is passed through barbed wire to his grandparents at a refugee camp during the Kosovo War.

29.) A child is passed through barbed wire to his grandparents at a refugee camp during the Kosovo War.

WWI, July 1917;  A Canadian officer picking flowers among barbed wire. MIKAN 3396753

WWI, July 1917; A Canadian officer picking flowers among barbed wire. MIKAN 3396753

Berlin, August 1961, the anniversary of the building of the Berlin Wall. With obvious apprehension, a young East German soldier glances about as he prepares to let a small boy pass through the emerging barrier. No doubt the boy spent the night with friends and found himself the next morning on the opposite side of the Wall from his family.  The soldier was seen by a superior officer who immediately detached him from his unit. “No one,” reads the inscription, “knows what became of him.”

An East German soldier helps a boy over the barbed wire on the East-West border [1148 x 1600]

Berlin, August 1961, the anniversary of the building of the Berlin Wall. With obvious apprehension, a young East German soldier glances about as he prepares to let a small boy pass through the emerging barrier. No doubt the boy spent the night with friends and found himself the next morning on the opposite side of the Wall from his family. The soldier was seen by a superior officer who immediately detached him from his unit. “No one,” reads the inscription, “knows what became of him.”

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