WW2 - HUGO JAEGER EXPOSITION
Haunting smile of girl facing the Holocaust: How Hitler's PERSONAL photographer captured for history the plight of the Jews in Nazi-occupied Poland
An elderly Jewish woman bends over outdoor rubble that serves as a kitchen while a man, his Star of David badge visible, watches over her in the Kutno Ghetto
Messerschmitt engine change image by Hugo Jaeger. Hugo Jaeger. He did work for Life magazine before America's entry into the war. He took some extraordinary colour images of prewar Germany and the war in Poland. A lot of his pictures survived ,most of his negatives stored in a jam jar come out intact , and printed in the 1970s.