Remembering Ruth Gruber, Who Photographed The 20th Century's Darkest Moments The photographer and author documented life in Nazi Germany and in Josef Stalin's gulags, as well as the arrival of Jews in Israel. She died Thursday at the age of 105.
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Remembering Ruth Gruber, Who Photographed The 20th Century's Darkest Moments

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Remembering Ruth Gruber, Who Photographed The 20th Century's Darkest Moments

Remembering Ruth Gruber, Who Photographed The 20th Century's Darkest Moments

Remembering Ruth Gruber, Who Photographed The 20th Century's Darkest Moments

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The photographer and author documented life in Nazi Germany and in Josef Stalin's gulags, as well as the arrival of Jews in Israel. She died Thursday in New York, at the age of 105. You can see several of her photographs here.