The Eyes of War features forty portraits and accompanying interviews of men and women, who lost their eyesight during the Second World War when they were either children or young soldiers. Former enemies from Germany, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Belgium, Ukraine, and Russia are now united in their fate as blind people and victims of war.
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