Men play soccer in front of residential houses at the Sumte refugee shelter in Sumte, Amt Neuhaus, Germany, May 2, 2016. The village of 102 people housed up to 1,000 migrants. Six months after the first arrivals, not only have fears of violence and overtaxed utilities not materialized, but the shelter has brought benefits including dozens of jobs to the village and the isolated rural region of northern Germany where it is located.
The original caption for this photo, taken in Weimar Germany during the Great Depression, reads: "When night comes! Picture taken in the municipal refuge for the homeless. View of one of the dormitories which can house up to 100 people."
The original caption for this photograph, taken during the Great Depression in Weimar Germany, reads: "A refuge for homeless women. After the women have put on their long gowns, which are the refuge's uniform, they are given soup and bread for supper." (date unknown)