A kind of hole in human history Monday November 10, 2008, 0 comments

Design Observer has an eerie and fascinating essay about a suitcase full of photographs found eight years ago in a pile of garbage at the side of the street.

The images are haunting, and provide a look into the heart of a perpetrated tragedy that killed more than 110,000 civilians and left a lasting umbra reaching out over the 20th century.


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