Two albums related to the topic explored in “After Rwanda.” The rationale for these albums is included in the introduction of the book.


My aunt France Audoul Martinon was a member of the French Resistance. She was deported from Compiègne in France to the concentration camp of Ravensbrück sixty miles north of Berlin on 31 January 1944. On the 9 April 1945, a month before the camp was liberated by the Russians, she managed to escape (with the sketches below) by joining a Swedish and Danish Red Cross convoy as it was leaving the camp. She was prisoner No. 27,933.

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This second album simply presents a collection of images taken in 2006 in Rwanda.

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