Austro-Hungarian soldiers with arrested Ukrainian peasant (suspected for spying for Russians), Galicia, 1915

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A smiling Alexei Nikolaevich Romanov and his teacher in captivity in Tobolsk, Siberia about one year before his death - ca. 1917

After being disfigured during WWI, many soldiers thought they would be outcasts forever.Then, they were given new life by Anna Coleman Ladd, a sculptor who created lifelike porcelain masks for veterans that recreated facial features and hair&along with it, a renewed sense of normalcy. Lest we forget

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A smiling Alexei Nikolaevich Romanov and his teacher in captivity in Tobolsk, Siberia about one year before his death - ca. 1917

After being disfigured during WWI, many soldiers thought they would be outcasts forever.Then, they were given new life by Anna Coleman Ladd, a sculptor who created lifelike porcelain masks for veterans that recreated facial features and hair&along with it, a renewed sense of normalcy. Lest we forget