Henry took these pictures at Nuremberg in 1945. He wrote the captions on the back of the photos. He was drafted into the army in spring 1943. He spent most of the year on the East Coast, then shipped to England. He spoke German pretty well and he stayed in Germany after the war until April 1946. He told me he would buy up the GI issued cigarettes from the soldiers who didn't smoke and sell them to the local people. He photographed the bombed out city and wrote home to his mom how awful and depressing was the destruction of buildings hundreds of years old.