Hermann Graebe, manager of a German construction firm, defended the lives of dozens of his workers in a startling & perilous tranformation from one-time Nazi to rescuer of Jews. As an eyewitness to SS executions Graebe later provided vital testimony in Nuremberg trials. In 1942, by accident, Graebe came upon an Einsatz execution squad killing Jews from Dubno, Ukraine. Mass shooting, was described with classic simplicity by Graebe before the International Military Tribunal. This is his…
Don't shoot until you see the whites of their eyes. Not exactly the Battle of Bunker Hill, but a tee shirt with a Colonial flare.
Phineas Gage, Neuroscience’s Most Famous Patient http://www.slate.com/articles/health_and_science/science/2014/05/phineas_gage_neuroscience_case_true_story_of_famous_frontal_lobe_patient.html Phineas P. Gage holding the tamping iron which injured him.
134 Broadway, Cincinnati, Ohio. Harry McShane, 16 yrs. of age on June 29, 1908. Had his left arm pulled off near shoulder, and right leg broken through kneecap, by being caught on belt of a machine in Spring factory in May 1908. Had been working in factory more than 2 yrs. Was on his feet for first time after the accident, the day this photo was taken. No attention was paid by employers to the boy either at hospital or home according to statement of boy's father. No compensation.