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Sierociniec z czasów Wielkiego Kryzysu w USA (16)

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USA: A nursery set up in an abandoned mine building in West Virginia. All of the children's parents are unemployed due to job cuts following the Great Depression. HEARTBREAKING photos show the squalid conditions children were forced to live in during the height of The Great Depression in the United States. Striking images, taken in the 1930s, show a shivering child sitting barefoot in the snow as he digs for scraps of coal to fend off the cold, a dejected mother clinging to her child in a ramshackle hut in a poor state of repair, and the hopeless faces of the children of miners with little or no hope of employment. The upsetting snapshots were captured by humanitarian photographer Lewis Hine, a pioneer of photography in the United States who used his talents to document the life and times of the country???s most vulnerable people and used his eye-catching shots to call for social reform. Mediadrumimages/PublicDomain
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USA: A family huddle around a fire for warmth. Music and drawing are cheap ways to keep everyone distracted from the cold. HEARTBREAKING photos show the squalid conditions children were forced to live in during the height of The Great Depression in the United States. Striking images, taken in the 1930s, show a shivering child sitting barefoot in the snow as he digs for scraps of coal to fend off the cold, a dejected mother clinging to her child in a ramshackle hut in a poor state of repair, and the hopeless faces of the children of miners with little or no hope of employment. The upsetting snapshots were captured by humanitarian photographer Lewis Hine, a pioneer of photography in the United States who used his talents to document the life and times of the country???s most vulnerable people and used his eye-catching shots to call for social reform. Mediadrumimages/PublicDomain
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USA: It promises to be a bare Christmas but this community enjoys a carol in 1937. HEARTBREAKING photos show the squalid conditions children were forced to live in during the height of The Great Depression in the United States. Striking images, taken in the 1930s, show a shivering child sitting barefoot in the snow as he digs for scraps of coal to fend off the cold, a dejected mother clinging to her child in a ramshackle hut in a poor state of repair, and the hopeless faces of the children of miners with little or no hope of employment. The upsetting snapshots were captured by humanitarian photographer Lewis Hine, a pioneer of photography in the United States who used his talents to document the life and times of the country???s most vulnerable people and used his eye-catching shots to call for social reform. Mediadrumimages/PublicDomain
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USA: Threadbare clothes and a sullen look. These young men, pictured in 1937, have faced some trying years. HEARTBREAKING photos show the squalid conditions children were forced to live in during the height of The Great Depression in the United States. Striking images, taken in the 1930s, show a shivering child sitting barefoot in the snow as he digs for scraps of coal to fend off the cold, a dejected mother clinging to her child in a ramshackle hut in a poor state of repair, and the hopeless faces of the children of miners with little or no hope of employment. The upsetting snapshots were captured by humanitarian photographer Lewis Hine, a pioneer of photography in the United States who used his talents to document the life and times of the country???s most vulnerable people and used his eye-catching shots to call for social reform. Mediadrumimages/PublicDomain
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USA: A miner's child, whose father is listed as 'unemployable', puts a brave face on a dire situation. HEARTBREAKING photos show the squalid conditions children were forced to live in during the height of The Great Depression in the United States. Striking images, taken in the 1930s, show a shivering child sitting barefoot in the snow as he digs for scraps of coal to fend off the cold, a dejected mother clinging to her child in a ramshackle hut in a poor state of repair, and the hopeless faces of the children of miners with little or no hope of employment. The upsetting snapshots were captured by humanitarian photographer Lewis Hine, a pioneer of photography in the United States who used his talents to document the life and times of the country???s most vulnerable people and used his eye-catching shots to call for social reform. Mediadrumimages/PublicDomain
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USA: This 100-year-old cabin looks in need of repair as a desperate mother hugs her child closely. HEARTBREAKING photos show the squalid conditions children were forced to live in during the height of The Great Depression in the United States. Striking images, taken in the 1930s, show a shivering child sitting barefoot in the snow as he digs for scraps of coal to fend off the cold, a dejected mother clinging to her child in a ramshackle hut in a poor state of repair, and the hopeless faces of the children of miners with little or no hope of employment. The upsetting snapshots were captured by humanitarian photographer Lewis Hine, a pioneer of photography in the United States who used his talents to document the life and times of the country???s most vulnerable people and used his eye-catching shots to call for social reform. Mediadrumimages/PublicDomain
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USA: Squatter's home on Andersonville Road, Tennessee. The house is a made-over houseboat. Shanty towns appeared throughout the States during the Great Depression. HEARTBREAKING photos show the squalid conditions children were forced to live in during the height of The Great Depression in the United States. Striking images, taken in the 1930s, show a shivering child sitting barefoot in the snow as he digs for scraps of coal to fend off the cold, a dejected mother clinging to her child in a ramshackle hut in a poor state of repair, and the hopeless faces of the children of miners with little or no hope of employment. The upsetting snapshots were captured by humanitarian photographer Lewis Hine, a pioneer of photography in the United States who used his talents to document the life and times of the country???s most vulnerable people and used his eye-catching shots to call for social reform. Mediadrumimages/PublicDomain
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USA: This photo was taken in 1936, seven years after the Wall Street Crash. It seemly likely that all three children have known nothing but poverty. The tattered patchwork quilt and ripped clothes are most likley hand me downs. HEARTBREAKING photos show the squalid conditions children were forced to live in during the height of The Great Depression in the United States. Striking images, taken in the 1930s, show a shivering child sitting barefoot in the snow as he digs for scraps of coal to fend off the cold, a dejected mother clinging to her child in a ramshackle hut in a poor state of repair, and the hopeless faces of the children of miners with little or no hope of employment. The upsetting snapshots were captured by humanitarian photographer Lewis Hine, a pioneer of photography in the United States who used his talents to document the life and times of the country???s most vulnerable people and used his eye-catching shots to call for social reform. Mediadrumimages/PublicDomain
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USA: Just two days before Christmas, this young boy was out barefoot in the snow trying to find some usuable coal for the family fire. HEARTBREAKING photos show the squalid conditions children were forced to live in during the height of The Great Depression in the United States. Striking images, taken in the 1930s, show a shivering child sitting barefoot in the snow as he digs for scraps of coal to fend off the cold, a dejected mother clinging to her child in a ramshackle hut in a poor state of repair, and the hopeless faces of the children of miners with little or no hope of employment. The upsetting snapshots were captured by humanitarian photographer Lewis Hine, a pioneer of photography in the United States who used his talents to document the life and times of the country???s most vulnerable people and used his eye-catching shots to call for social reform. Mediadrumimages/PublicDomain
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USA: A family sits down for supper. There's not much to go around and it appears newspaper has been put up in lieu of wallpaper. HEARTBREAKING photos show the squalid conditions children were forced to live in during the height of The Great Depression in the United States. Striking images, taken in the 1930s, show a shivering child sitting barefoot in the snow as he digs for scraps of coal to fend off the cold, a dejected mother clinging to her child in a ramshackle hut in a poor state of repair, and the hopeless faces of the children of miners with little or no hope of employment. The upsetting snapshots were captured by humanitarian photographer Lewis Hine, a pioneer of photography in the United States who used his talents to document the life and times of the country???s most vulnerable people and used his eye-catching shots to call for social reform. Mediadrumimages/PublicDomain
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USA: Not a drop of food wasted. The children of out-of-work miners play with bricks as there's no money for toys. HEARTBREAKING photos show the squalid conditions children were forced to live in during the height of The Great Depression in the United States. Striking images, taken in the 1930s, show a shivering child sitting barefoot in the snow as he digs for scraps of coal to fend off the cold, a dejected mother clinging to her child in a ramshackle hut in a poor state of repair, and the hopeless faces of the children of miners with little or no hope of employment. The upsetting snapshots were captured by humanitarian photographer Lewis Hine, a pioneer of photography in the United States who used his talents to document the life and times of the country???s most vulnerable people and used his eye-catching shots to call for social reform. Mediadrumimages/PublicDomain
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USA: The whole family help out on this Tennessee farm to make molasses. HEARTBREAKING photos show the squalid conditions children were forced to live in during the height of The Great Depression in the United States. Striking images, taken in the 1930s, show a shivering child sitting barefoot in the snow as he digs for scraps of coal to fend off the cold, a dejected mother clinging to her child in a ramshackle hut in a poor state of repair, and the hopeless faces of the children of miners with little or no hope of employment. The upsetting snapshots were captured by humanitarian photographer Lewis Hine, a pioneer of photography in the United States who used his talents to document the life and times of the country???s most vulnerable people and used his eye-catching shots to call for social reform. Mediadrumimages/PublicDomain
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USA: The building used to house miners and their equipment. Now it serves as a creche as parents do whatever it takes to earn some food or money. HEARTBREAKING photos show the squalid conditions children were forced to live in during the height of The Great Depression in the United States. Striking images, taken in the 1930s, show a shivering child sitting barefoot in the snow as he digs for scraps of coal to fend off the cold, a dejected mother clinging to her child in a ramshackle hut in a poor state of repair, and the hopeless faces of the children of miners with little or no hope of employment. The upsetting snapshots were captured by humanitarian photographer Lewis Hine, a pioneer of photography in the United States who used his talents to document the life and times of the country???s most vulnerable people and used his eye-catching shots to call for social reform. Mediadrumimages/PublicDomain
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USA: The glum Johnson family. Their father has no job, like millions of other Americans. HEARTBREAKING photos show the squalid conditions children were forced to live in during the height of The Great Depression in the United States. Striking images, taken in the 1930s, show a shivering child sitting barefoot in the snow as he digs for scraps of coal to fend off the cold, a dejected mother clinging to her child in a ramshackle hut in a poor state of repair, and the hopeless faces of the children of miners with little or no hope of employment. The upsetting snapshots were captured by humanitarian photographer Lewis Hine, a pioneer of photography in the United States who used his talents to document the life and times of the country???s most vulnerable people and used his eye-catching shots to call for social reform. Mediadrumimages/PublicDomain
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USA: Young helpers do what they can with what they've got at a local community centre in West Virginia. HEARTBREAKING photos show the squalid conditions children were forced to live in during the height of The Great Depression in the United States. Striking images, taken in the 1930s, show a shivering child sitting barefoot in the snow as he digs for scraps of coal to fend off the cold, a dejected mother clinging to her child in a ramshackle hut in a poor state of repair, and the hopeless faces of the children of miners with little or no hope of employment. The upsetting snapshots were captured by humanitarian photographer Lewis Hine, a pioneer of photography in the United States who used his talents to document the life and times of the country???s most vulnerable people and used his eye-catching shots to call for social reform. Mediadrumimages/PublicDomain
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USA: Reverend Lovelace and some children from an orphanage conduct the Sunday afternoon service, October 1933 in Tennessee. HEARTBREAKING photos show the squalid conditions children were forced to live in during the height of The Great Depression in the United States. Striking images, taken in the 1930s, show a shivering child sitting barefoot in the snow as he digs for scraps of coal to fend off the cold, a dejected mother clinging to her child in a ramshackle hut in a poor state of repair, and the hopeless faces of the children of miners with little or no hope of employment. The upsetting snapshots were captured by humanitarian photographer Lewis Hine, a pioneer of photography in the United States who used his talents to document the life and times of the country???s most vulnerable people and used his eye-catching shots to call for social reform. Mediadrumimages/PublicDomain

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