children at war by: melissa asavoaei and erika paz

A group of children took shelter in an English bomb dugout during World War 2 to hide.
little children were forced into going to war without a choice. This has changed young children's lives all around the world.

• Children were considered to be unwanted and or dangerous which caused them to kill most of the kids.

• They were perished from starvation, malnutrition, and or diseases.

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Created with images by baptiste_heschung - "soldier war normandy" • Marine Corps Archives & Special Collections - "Marine Shares A Treat, 1944"

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