Ukraine

seen by Magnum photograper Chien-Chi Chang

UKRAINE. Lviv. 15 March 2022. At Saints Peter and Paul Garrison Church, four funerals are held for the soldiers killed in a military base.
UKRAINE. Lviv. 24 March 2022. Olena fled Kiev with her husband their daughter to Lviv. Here she attends a prayer at the Tsori Gilod Synagogue, also known as Beis Aharon V’Israel Synagogue, is the only functioning Jewish Orthodox synagogue in Lviv, Ukraine.

 

UKRAINE. Mostyska. 04 March 2022. Ukrainians escape war-torn hometowns in southern Ukraine via train from Odessa and make a stop for food before heading to Poland to seek shelter and protection.

 

“As a Taiwanese, I have felt compelled to come to Ukraine to document the invasion by Russia. Many believe that Taiwan could be the next country to be attacked by a more powerful neighbor.”

A father bids farewell to his wife and daughter at the Lviv-Holovnyi railway station. The train heads for Poland, where the mother and daughter will seek shelter and protection. The man is staying behind to defend his country. Lviv, Ukraine. March 13th, 2022.

 

UKRAINE. Lviv. 15 March 2022. At Saints Peter and Paul Garrison Church, four funerals are held for the soldiers killed in the military base on a large Ukrainian military facility outside the western city of Lviv near the Polish border.

“Yesterday at the Saint Peter and Saint Paul Garrison Church in Lviv, four funerals are held for the soldiers killed at a large Ukrainian military facility outside Lviv, not far from the Polish border. It’s the saddest thing in life for parents to bury their children. As a parent, I cannot imagine how these people are coping.”

UKRAINE. Lviv. 15 March 2022. At Lychakiv Cemetery, three funerals are held for the soldiers killed in the military base on a large Ukrainian military facility outside the western city of Lviv near the Polish border.