This series of 10 portraits is Part 1 of a total of 41, with the possibility of including more survivors who arrived in Latin America.
About this project:
In the history of mankind no other crime can be found as heinous or as coldly calculated as that which annihilated millions of human beings in the Nazi concentration camps. Reduced to the lowest, subjected to the most appalling moral and physical degradation, men, women, and children were savagely tortured and dragged to the gas chambers for the sole reason of belonging to a race considered inferior or having religious or political beliefs opposed to those of the "Race of the Lords".
This series brings together portraits, biographies and testimonies of survivors of Nazism and the Shoah. They are heart-wrenching accounts of people who lost their entire families to the Nazis simply because they were Jews.
Some survivors tell their stories for the first time by agreeing to be portrayed for this project.
Many of these exiles and survivors came to Latin America many years ago to start a new life... See more
Aaron Sosa is a freelance photographer and visual artist currently living in Montevideo, Uruguay, where he works for agencies, international editorials and corporate clients... See more