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Faye Lazebnik Schulman, at 16, ran her family's photography business in Lenin Poland. When the Nazis killed 1,850 of her compatriots in three trenches in 1942, including her parents and younger siblings, they kept her alive to develop photographs of themselves, of their girlfriends, and of the massacre. Schulman kept copies of the photos for herself, then fled to the forests to join a Jewish partisan group. She served as a nurse as well as a photographer and took more than a hundred pictures.

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Originally posted 2018-01-01 21:18:41.