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The Collection of War Photos

People in wartime

“Train War – Kyiv”. The railway station in Kramatorsk is a meeting place for Ukrainian defenders and their relatives. Soldiers have several days, or even hours, to see their families or friends there. At this railway station, people share moments of joy while meeting and sadness while saying goodbye. Kramatorsk, the Donetsk region. February 4, 2024.

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A child lies on a bed at a bomb shelter during an air raid alert in Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine. A group of internally displaced persons (IDPs), 81 persons, including 21 children, live in a residential building equipped with a bomb shelter where they hide children during the air-raid siren and shelling. January 17, 2023.

Since the beginning of Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine, Zaporizhzhia became the closest large city for many people escaping the Russian occupation. One hundred thousand internally displaced persons (IDPs) live there.

photo: Elena Tita
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Kherson region, June 10, 2023

photo: Pavlo Petrov
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Internally displaced Ukrainians in the new quarter of temporary modular housing in Lviv. May 5, 2023.

photo: Roman Baluk
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A girl hugs her dog at the refugee hub in Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine. April 4, 2022.

Since the beginning of Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine, Zaporizhzhia became the closest large city for many people escaping the Russian occupation. A large logistics hub was created in the city, which receives, registers, and helps internally displaced persons (IDPs). Many people are coming with their domestic animals; most pets are scared and hungry. The hub always has food for animals; sometimes, there are also medicines and cardboard carriers. 

photo: Elena Tita
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A woman holds a baby in her arms at the refugee hub in Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine. April 4, 2022.

Since the beginning of Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine, Zaporizhzhia became the closest large city for many people escaping the Russian occupation. A large logistics hub was created in the city, which receives and registers internally displaced persons (IDPs), provides free medical and psychological assistance, clothes, hygiene products, and helps with shelter or transfer to other regions in Ukraine or abroad.

photo: Elena Tita
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A little boy is sitting in a car with a broken windshield at the refugee hub in Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine. May 2, 2022.

Since the beginning of Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine, Zaporizhzhia became the closest large city for many people escaping the Russian occupation. A large logistics hub was created in the city, which receives and registers internally displaced persons (IDPs), provides free medical and psychological assistance, clothes, hygiene products, and helps with shelter or transfer to other regions in Ukraine or abroad.

photo: Elena Tita
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Portrait of a girl at the refugee hub in Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine. March 23, 2022

Since the beginning of Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine, Zaporizhzhia became the closest large city for many people escaping the Russian occupation. A large logistics hub was created in the city, which receives and registers internally displaced persons (IDPs), provides free medical and psychological assistance, clothes, hygiene products, and helps with shelter or transfer to other regions in Ukraine or abroad. 

photo: Elena Tita
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Rescuers help an elderly woman on her way out of the destroyed residential building in Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine. Russian missile attack on a residential building on October 10 left an entire section in ruins. Rescuers work 24/7 at the site and evacuate the survivors. October 10, 2022.

photo: Elena Tita
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A boy is posing in front of a heavily damaged residential building: his apartment survived, but it is unhabitable now. Zaporizhzhia, like other frontline cities of Ukraine, has been regularly shelled by Russian troops since the beginning of the full-scale invasion. On October 9, 2022, a missile hit completely destroyed a section of the apartment building, killing 14 people. October 11, 2022.

photo: Elena Tita
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Children hide at a bomb shelter during an air raid alert in Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine. A group of internally displaced persons (IDPs), 81 persons, including 21 children, live in a residential building equipped with a bomb shelter where they hide children during the air-raid siren and shelling. January 17, 2023.

Since the beginning of Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine, Zaporizhzhia became the closest large city for many people escaping the Russian occupation. One hundred thousand internally displaced persons (IDPs) live there.

photo: Elena Tita
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A girl rides a bike past a damaged residential building in Irpin, the Kyiv region. Towns near the Ukrainian capital – Irpin, Borodianka, Hostomel, and Bucha – suffered the greatest destruction of civilian infrastructure at the beginning of Russia’s full-scale invasion. August 4, 2022.

photo: Elena Tita
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