Photographs: Mass-Starvations in North Korea
The following photographs depict Mass-Starvations in North Korea.
These photographs are from the World Food Programme and from the North Korea Genocide Exhibit, which opened in Seoul, South Korea in November 2004 and moved to Washington DC and LA in the United States. Many of the photographs from the Exhibit were taken by Dr. Norbert Vollersten, a German Physician who worked in North Korea for 18 months. Dr. Vollersten treated North Korea’s severely malnourished, hungry, and starving child population. He was expelled in December 2000 for exposing North Korea’s mass-starvations to the outside world.
The following photographs depict North Korean children in orphanages in North Korea. One thing to note is that while the children in these photographs may look like infants, severe malnutrition and starvation stunt growth and development.
The following photograph is of four North Korean boys – and two boys within the home – who are severely starved.