"Then for the first time we became aware that our language lacks words to express this offense, the demolition of a man. In a moment, with almost prophetic intuition, the reality was revealed to us: we had reached the bottom. It is not possible to sink lower than this; no human condition is more miserable than this, nor could it conceivably be so.....If we speak, they will not listen, and if they listen, they will not understand." - Primo Levi, Auschwitz survivor. | 📷: British dead at Albert, France, killed in March 1918 while covering the retreat of the British 5th Army in the face of the German spring offensive.