The deadliest attack to occur on Norwegian soil since WWII happened nearly a year ago on July 22, 2011. First a car bomb exploded, killing eight people in Oslo. Then a few hours later, 69 young people were shot at an island summer camp about 19 miles outside Oslo. Anders Behring Breivik, a right-wing extremist, confessed to the attacks. Photographer Andrea Gjestvang has been photographing the survivors of the summer camp attack, more than half of which are under 18. Her portraits, along with some very powerful accounts from that day, ran in this week’s Newsweek International. You can see them here.