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Deportation of Jews from Pulheim, Germany

German children, such as the girl with the umbrella in the town of Pulheim, saw their Jewish friends and neighbors being taken from their homes and deported, circa 1943. The last 31 Jews of Kerpen, a suburb of Pulheim, are loaded onto trucks outside the assembly centre in the Hindenburgstrasse during a deportation action.

Stadtarchiv Pulheim

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