Photojournalism has a long tradition of showing atrocities. We have seen images of wounded soldiers, bombed-out civilians, human remains, and sometimes, imminent death. Since February, we have seen many more. The first I remember is that of four Ukrainians lethally shot while trying to escape from the city of Irpin. They were hit by Russian mortars and died on the spot: a mother, her teenage son, her eight-year-old daughter, and a friend, who had accompanied them. On March 7, the New York Times published a photo of the scene on its front page, which shows the four bodies on the street and three Ukrainians in uniform, rushing to help. In the background there is a World War II memorial, reminding us that the country has a long history of being attacked—in 1941, it was the German Wehrmacht that occupied the country and left behind scorched earth.