When people speak, they may succeed in hiding their feelings, but eyes are the windows to the soul. They never hide any feelings. The eyes you will see in this gallery are just beyond words.
1. Astonishment: The reaction of Harold Whittles', who was deaf from birth, when he heard something for the first time after getting a hearing aid.
2. Courage: This Afghan woman was sold to her husband by her father. When she ran away from her husband, her ears and nose were cut as a punishment and she was sent back to her husband again.
3. Insanity: A shell-shocked soldier after a cannon ball fell right next to him. (Courcelette, September 1916)
4. Panic: 96 died and 766 got injured because of the stampede in a football game in England in 1986.
5. Jealousy: Sophie Loren can't take her eyes off Jayne Mansfield during a party thrown for her on 12th April, 1957.
6. Hatred: When Dr. Paul Joseph Goebbels, who was one of Adolf Hitler's closest friends and loyal fellows, as well as the the minister of Public Enlightenment and Propaganda between 1933 and 1945, learned that the photographer was Jewish.
7. Defeat: While a Red Army soldier was forcing a German soldier to walk.
8. Shame: The French women who had intercourse with Germans after the WWII are getting marked.
9. Pain: Nguyen Thi Ly, 9 years old and a ''Agent Orange'' victim
10. Peace: The name of the soldier in this photo is still unknown. We do know that he fought in 173 Air Regiment in Vietnam.
11. Terror: The children who are watching the St. George and the Dragon Story in a puppet show in Paris, 1963.
12. Exhaustion: An American solider who was saved from a German military prison by the allied forces.
13. Fear: 15-year old German soldier Hans-Georg Henke was taken prisoner by the Allied Forces (3rd April, 1945)
14. Joy: A woman released from captivity in 1945
15. Innocence: First of all, the photo hasn't been edited. Blue eyes and dark skin are signs of ocular albinism. This causes eye pigments to be less intense.
16. Cautiousness: Sharbat Gula, who became an orphan during the attacks of the Soviet Union on Afghanistan and sent to a refugee camp in Nasir Bagh, Pakistan.
17. Acceptance: 28.000 Jews accepted what was coming before being buried in mass graves around Vinnitsa, just like this man.
18. Lost Innocence: This 8-year old Syrian insurgent doesn't look like a child anymore.
19. Relief: After a successful heart transplant operation that lasted for 23 hours. The surgeon's tired assistant fell asleep in the corner.
20. Despair: A woman about to die of starvation in Warsaw.