Posts Tagged ‘Susie Linfield’

Photography and the “saving action”

By Kristian Jebsen The patients lay on ragged mats on the concrete floor, their ankles chained to the wall. A man rolled over and emptied his bladder into a narrow gutter that ran the length of the building. The piss ran by my feet and into the courtyard. I had to take a picture. Or […]


Decency and journalism

By Kristian Jebsen On display at the ramp at Birkenau are photos documenting the selection process of Jews arriving by train from Hungary. The SS doctor stands in uniform, gesturing to his right, sending an old man with a cane to his death. Perpendicular to the offloading ramp, a long dirt path separates the male […]