Camilla Demant Dreyer

Camilla Demant Dreyer

Camilla Demant Dreyer
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An American Gilded Age era, cabinet card portrait. Depicting a 'Bearded Lady' - performer, from a NYC side-show, c.1880's. Obermuller and Kern Studio - 388 Bowery, NY. ~ {cwl} ~ (Image: Tumblr)

An American Gilded Age era, cabinet card portrait. Depicting a 'Bearded Lady' - performer, from a NYC side-show, c.1880's. Obermuller and Kern Studio - 388 Bowery, NY. ~ {cwl} ~ (Image: Tumblr)

Vintage Picture of Flapper Girl -Dangerous Curves Ahead

Vintage Picture of Flapper Girl -Dangerous Curves Ahead

button by Least Wanted, via Flickr

button by Least Wanted, via Flickr

Vintage Mugshots from the 1920s. Australia.

Vintage Mugshots from the 1920s. Australia.

Vintage Mugshot

Vintage Mugshot

Camboia Genocide – Memories from Tuol Sleng Prison”

Camboia Genocide – Memories from Tuol Sleng Prison”

An unidentified prisoner suspected of crimes against Pol Pot's regime photographed while being checked in at the S-21 death camp in Cambodia, c. 1975-78.

An unidentified prisoner suspected of crimes against Pol Pot's regime photographed while being checked in at the S-21 death camp in Cambodia, c. 1975-78.

Tuol Sleng's prisoner.

Tuol Sleng's prisoner.

"My father was one of the million victims who were killed by the Khmer Rouge genocide politics. Up to this today I cannot comprehend the reason for the execution of my father and other millions of my fellow country men...As a far as I can remember, he was a family man like any other Cambodian men in the country. He was a loving and caring father. A great protector and provider for his family."

"My father was one of the million victims who were killed by the Khmer Rouge genocide politics. Up to this today I cannot comprehend the reason for the execution of my father and other millions of my fellow country men...As a far as I can remember, he was a family man like any other Cambodian men in the country. He was a loving and caring father. A great protector and provider for his family."

The most devastating account of Cambodian genocide was under Pol Pot’s Khmer Rouge. S-21 was a former school converted into an interrogation center that held as many as 17,000 people within four years. Less than 10 people survived this center. The captives were tortured for days, beaten to death and thrown in mass graves. About 6,000 photographs have surfaced of the victims, but nearly every photo was separated from its record folder. The majority of the identities are still unknown.

The most devastating account of Cambodian genocide was under Pol Pot’s Khmer Rouge. S-21 was a former school converted into an interrogation center that held as many as 17,000 people within four years. Less than 10 people survived this center. The captives were tortured for days, beaten to death and thrown in mass graves. About 6,000 photographs have surfaced of the victims, but nearly every photo was separated from its record folder. The majority of the identities are still unknown.