October 10, 2016


Neuhaus Displaced Persons Camp, Germany 1944. Relatives from my Dad's side adjust to camp life.

Thanks to my Toronto Cousin for making this photo available to us.


edutcher said...

They must have worn those coats across half of Europe.

And were glad they had them.

jmartin said...

The coats struck me, as well: last protection, solace, bargaining chip. But how did they wear exigence and fear with such elegance? As a woman, I found myself wishing that the muff had concealed a gun.