[Above: Children at a 'Kinderlandverschickung' (Child Land Dispatch - KLV) camp. The KLV was originally a welfare program, which would offer children summer vacations. But with the coming of war and the Allies bombing of civilian cities the organization was used to evacuate millions of children to safe rural areas. An estimated 2.5 million children were sent to 9,000 camps until the end of the war.]

[Above: A school in Gräfelfing (one mile outside of Munich), 1944.]

[Above: I'm not sure where this was taken, perhaps someone's home, but the home is where many of the most fundamental lessons are taught. The words on the wall, extolling the virtues of honest work, says something like 'As long as a German plow breaks Germany does not'.]