human truths 

The truths in human nature can be disturbing because humans are impulsive, controllable, complicated beings. In these pictures  these human truths are revealed and proved to have an impact on society. Not only are these beings controllable, they are breakable. 

In this drawing are Nazi soldiers, men who were corrupted to believe that the cruelty they were afflicting was just. These humans were made to torture, starve and kill innocent men and women.
This picture shows the aftermath of the Holocaust and what the Nazi soldiers have done to innocent people. In the picture there are mangled bodies while a blind man has to keep walking and forget.
In this picture there are fists raising to a big man who appears to have weapon. This shows the rebellion of the Jews towards the SS officers who threatened and took their lives. This is the people taking action.
I see this picture as a man resisting death and reaching up towards the sky. This man refuses to die much like the Jews who still had hope and wanted to survive the torture and starvation they endured.
In this picture I see a woman looking up either just to the sky or God but I see hope in her eyes. I see a woman waiting for salvation to save her son much like the Jews who prayed and hoped for their own salvation.
In this famous painting I see a dark night with a few bright burning stars shining a light on the city. This represents the dark times of WWII but the high hopes that they would survive.
This picture is of a soldier who has lost his mind and himself. This shows the agony of having a broken mind and not knowing who you are anymore. Much like the prisoners who became numb and no longer wanted to live.
In this famous painting a man called scream is holding his head and screaming. This also shows the agony of wanting to always scream out in pain. The people in the back represent the outsiders who did not know what was happening inside Auschwitz.
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