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Remembrance in Visegrad, Eastern Bosnia; June 2016

Remembrance in Visegrad, Eastern Bosnia; June 2016

Taken on 2016-06-14

This picture is taken during a remembrance act done in the town of Visegrad, comnemorating the Pionirska street fire where around 70 Bosniaks were set on fire during the war. This picture is taken after a march through the town organized by a local victim organization. The banner pretty much tells the tale of the Lukic cousins and their war crimes in this city. They were both processed and sentenced by the ICTY.

Uploaded by Colombianresearcher on 2016-06-15

Aftermath of Alleged Syrian Gov. Napalm Attack on Damascus Suburb of Darayya; Syria, Aug 2015

Aftermath of Alleged Syrian Gov. Napalm Attack on Damascus Suburb of Darayya; Syria, Aug 2015

Taken on 2015-08-11

Aftermath of Alleged Syrian Government Napalm Attack on the Besieged Damascus Suburb of Darayya, Syria.

Source: archicivilians/twitter

Uploaded by mfa1988 on 2015-08-16

Destroyed Building in Darayya after Alleged Syrian Gov. Napalm Attack; Damascus, Syria, Aug 2015

Destroyed Building in Darayya after Alleged Syrian Gov. Napalm Attack; Damascus, Syria, Aug 2015

Taken on 2015-08-11

Destroyed Building in Darayya after Alleged Syrian Government Napalm Attack, Damascus.

Source: archicivilians/twitter

Uploaded by mfa1988 on 2015-08-16

My Lai Massacre Memorial, Vietnam, July, 2009

My Lai Massacre Memorial, Vietnam, July, 2009

Taken on 2009-07-14

My Lai Massacre Memorial, Vietnam, 2009.

Source: Adam Jones/Wikipedia

Uploaded by northway on 2014-08-17

Sign from 'Save Darfur' rally; New York, U.S.A., April 2006

Sign from 'Save Darfur' rally; New York, U.S.A., April 2006

Taken on 2006-04-30

Sign from a 'Save Darfur' rally, taken on the 30th of April 2006. Rally organised by the 'Save Darfur Coalition'.

Source: Katmere, Flickr

Uploaded by Improbability on 2015-06-21

Women and Children During My Lai Massacre, South Vietnam, March 16, 1968

Women and Children During My Lai Massacre, South Vietnam, March 16, 1968

Taken on 1968-03-16

Vietnamese women and children during the My Lai Massacre. Testimony held that they were killed just moments after the photo was taken.

Source: Library of Congress

Uploaded by northway on 2014-08-17

Vietnamese Man During My Lai Massacre, South Vietnam, March 16, 1968

Vietnamese Man During My Lai Massacre, South Vietnam, March 16, 1968

Taken on 1968-03-16

Vietnamese man during the My Lai Massacre, South Vietnam, March 16, 1968.

Source: Library of Congress

Uploaded by northway on 2014-08-17

House Burning During My Lai Massacre, South Vietnam, March 16, 1968

House Burning During My Lai Massacre, South Vietnam, March 16, 1968

Taken on 1968-03-16

Burning homes during the My Lai Massacre, South Vietnam, March 16, 1968.

Source: Wikipedia

Uploaded by northway on 2014-08-17

US Soldier Burns Vietnamese Dwelling, My Lai Massacre, South Vietnam, March 16, 1968

US Soldier Burns Vietnamese Dwelling, My Lai Massacre, South Vietnam, March 16, 1968

Taken on 1968-03-16

US soldier burns a Vietnamese dwelling during the My Lai Massacre, South Vietnam, March 16, 1968.

Source: Report of Army review into My Lai incident, book 6, 14 March 1970.

Uploaded by northway on 2014-08-17

US Soldier Carried From the Field After Self-Inflicted Wound, My Lai Massacre, March 16, 1968

US Soldier Carried From the Field After Self-Inflicted Wound, My Lai Massacre, March 16, 1968

Taken on 1968-03-16

US Pfc. Carter is carried from the field after shooting himself in the foot during the My Lai Massacre, march 16, 1968.

Source: Library of Congress

Uploaded by northway on 2014-08-17

US Soldier Sets Fire to Vietnamese Home, My Lai Massacre, South Vietnam, March 16, 1968

US Soldier Sets Fire to Vietnamese Home, My Lai Massacre, South Vietnam, March 16, 1968

Taken on 1968-03-16

US soldier sets fire to a Vietnamese home during the My Lai Massacre, March 16, 1968.

Source: Library of Congress

Uploaded by northway on 2014-08-17

Interment of Victims of the Hue Massacre, Tet Offensive, South Vietnam, 1968

Interment of Victims of the Hue Massacre, Tet Offensive, South Vietnam, 1968

Taken on 1968-03-15

The Hue Massacre saw the massacre of "class enemies", largely merchants and the educated classes, in the city of Hue by North Vietnamese troops during the Battle of Hue. Date unknown.

Source: Wikipedia

Uploaded by northway on 2014-08-22

Vietnamese Women Search for Trace of Loved Ones Amidst Tattered Clothing, Hue Massacre, South Vietna

Vietnamese Women Search for Trace of Loved Ones Amidst Tattered Clothing, Hue Massacre, South Vietna

Taken on 1968-03-15

The Hue Massacre saw the deaths of hundreds of South Vietnamese civilians at the hands of North Vietnamese troops. The dead included men and women, young and old. The purge was seemingly directed at an entire social strata deemed unfriendly to communist rule, as well as those who were friendly to Americans. Date unknown.

Source: Vietnam Virtual Archive

Uploaded by northway on 2014-08-22

US Helicopter Pilot Hugh Thompson

US Helicopter Pilot Hugh Thompson

Taken on 1966-01-01

US helicopter pilot spoke out against the My Lai Massacre while it was happening, protecting Vietnamese civilians where possible. Exact date unknown.

Source: Wikipedia

Uploaded by northway on 2014-08-17

Japanese General Tomoyuki Yamashita on Trial for War Crimes, Manila, Philippines, Late 1945

Japanese General Tomoyuki Yamashita on Trial for War Crimes, Manila, Philippines, Late 1945

Taken on 1945-12-01

"From 29 October to 7 December 1945, an American military tribunal in Manila tried General Yamashita for war crimes relating to the Manila massacre and many atrocities in the Philippines and Singapore against civilians and prisoners of war, such as the Sook Ching massacre, and sentenced him to death. This controversial case has become a precedent regarding the command responsibility for war crimes and is known as the Yamashita Standard." Exact date unknown.

Source: Department of Defense/Wikipedia

Uploaded by northway on 2014-09-07

Japanese Secret Policeman Interrogated Regarding Sandakan Death March, Borneo, October 1945

Japanese Secret Policeman Interrogated Regarding Sandakan Death March, Borneo, October 1945

Taken on 1945-10-26

"Sergeant Hosotani Naoji (left, seated) of the Kenpeitai (Japanese secret police) at Sandakan is interrogated by Squadron Leader F. G. Birchall (second right) of the Missing Servicemen Section and U. S. Army Sergeant Mamo (right) of the Allied Translator and Interpreter Service on October 26, 1945. Naoji confessed to shooting two Australian POWs and five Chinese civilians."

Source: Australian War Museum/Wikipedia

Uploaded by northway on 2014-09-07

Burned Remains of US Gis from Bataan Death March, Capas, Philippines, March 1945

Burned Remains of US Gis from Bataan Death March, Capas, Philippines, March 1945

Taken on 1945-03-20

"U. S. Army personnel toiled to identify the charred remains of Americans captured at Bataan and Corregidor and burned alive on Palawan. Picture shows charred remains being interred in grave."

Source: National Archives and Records Administration/Wikipedia

Uploaded by northway on 2014-09-08

Dutch Special Forces Sergeant Being Executed by Japanese Soldier, New Guinea, Dutch East Indies, Oct

Dutch Special Forces Sergeant Being Executed by Japanese Soldier, New Guinea, Dutch East Indies, Oct

Taken on 1943-10-24

"A photograph found on the body of a dead Japanese soldier showing NX143314 Sergeant (Sgt) Leonard G. Siffleet of "M" Special Unit, wearing a blindfold and with his arms tied, about to be beheaded with a sword by Yasuno Chikao. The execution was ordered by Vice Admiral Kamada, the commander of the Japanese Naval Forces at Aitape. Sgt Siffleet was captured with Private (Pte) Pattiwahl and Pte Reharin, Ambonese members of the Netherlands East Indies Forces, whilst engaged in reconnaissance behind the Japanese lines. Yasuno Chikao died before the end of the war."

Source: Australian War Museum/Wikipedia

Uploaded by northway on 2014-09-07

Australian and Dutch POWs on Burma-Thai "Death Railway", Thailand, 1943

Australian and Dutch POWs on Burma-Thai "Death Railway", Thailand, 1943

Taken on 1943-01-01

"The living and working conditions on the Burma Railway were often described as "horrific", with maltreatment, sickness, and starvation. The estimated total number of civilian labourers and POWs who died during construction varies considerably, but the Australian Government figures suggest that of the 330,000 people that worked on the line (including 250,000 Asian labourers and 61,000 Allied POWs) about 90,000 of the labourers and about 16,000 Allied prisoners died." Date unknown.

Source: Australian War Memorial/Wikipedia

Uploaded by northway on 2014-09-07

American Troops Along the Bataan Death March, Luzon, Philippines, May 1942

American Troops Along the Bataan Death March, Luzon, Philippines, May 1942

Taken on 1942-05-01

"They were beaten, and they were starved as they marched. Those who fell were bayoneted. Some of those who fell were beheaded by Japanese officers who were practicing with their samurai swords from horseback. The Japanese culture at that time reflected the view that any warrior who surrendered had no honor; thus was not to be treated like a human being. Thus they were not committing crimes against human beings.[...] The Japanese soldiers at that time [...] felt they were dealing with subhumans and animals." U.S. Congressional Representative Dana Rohrabacher. Date unknown.

Source: Wikipedia

Uploaded by northway on 2014-09-08

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