Stunning War Photographs Of Youngsters Transformed Into Cheerful Representations

The painter sentences the individuals who need to make youngsters some portion of their messy play. Youngsters are blameless and we need to give our for their future. We need to make an effort not to rehash our past sins. How about we make the world as impeccable as kids, for kids.

Gunduz Aghayev modified notable photographs. He drew the little casualties of tragedies in a manner he would have jumped at the chance to see them.

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Vietnam War’s “Napalm Girl”

Vietnam War’s “Napalm Girl”

Vietnam War’s “Napalm Girl”1

Kevin Carter’s Pulitzer Prize-winning photo (1993)

Kevin Carter’s Pulitzer Prize-winning photo (1993)

Kevin Carter’s Pulitzer Prize-winning photo (1993)1

Children in Vietnam

Children in Vietnam

Children in Vietnam1

Death of Aylan Kurdi (Syria)

Death of Aylan Kurdi (Syria)

Death of Aylan Kurdi (Syria)1

A Japanese boy standing at attention after having brought his dead younger brother to a cremation pyre, 1945

A Japanese boy standing at attention after having brought his dead younger brother to a cremation pyre, 1945

Killed azerbaijani journalist Elmar Huseynov’s son

Killed azerbaijani journalist Elmar Huseynov’s son

Killed azerbaijani journalist Elmar Huseynov’s son1

Child brides Tehani (in pink) and Ghada in Afghanistan

Child brides Tehani (in pink) and Ghada in Afghanistan

Child brides Tehani (in pink) and Ghada in Afghanistan1

Rendered homeless by German bombs during the Blitz, a London boy points out his bedroom to friends in 1940

Rendered homeless by German bombs during the Blitz, a London boy points out his bedroom to friends in 1940

Rendered homeless by German bombs during the Blitz, a London boy points out his bedroom to friends in 19401

Doctor Janusz Korczak with children

Doctor Janusz Korczak with children

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