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Jewish lawyers line up to apply for permission to appear before the Berlin courts.
German Jewish refugees disembark in the port of Shanghai, one of the few places without visa requirements.
Jewish children gathered for a sporting event in a summer camp organized by the Reich Union of Jewish Frontline Soldiers.
The Reich Union of Jewish Frontline Soldiers organized summer camps and sports activities for Jewish children.
Lithuanian librarian Ona Simaite took food to Jews in the Vilna ghetto, helped hide many Jews outside the ghetto, and saved valu
An author and actor who was imprisoned in 1937 for 27 months for homosexuality.
Polish babies, chosen for their "Aryan" features, to be adopted and raised as ethnic Germans.
Two survivors at one of the human-ash pits in the Dora-Mittelbau concentration camp, located near Nordhausen.
Arrival of Jews at the Westerbork transit camp.
Arrival of a transport at the Westerbork camp.
Deportation from the Westerbork transit camp.
Train station in the Westerbork camp.
Roll call of the camp Jewish police.
Memorial to Raoul Wallenberg, Swedish diplomat who rescued Jews in Budapest by issuing protective passes.
German officers examine Polish children to determine whether they qualify as "Aryan." Poland, wartime.
A homosexual couple. Berlin, Germany, ca.
An official order incarcerating the accused in the Sachsenhausen concentration camp for committing homosexual acts.
Interior designer from Duesseldorf who was charged with homosexuality and imprisoned for 18 months.
Memorial sculpture in honor of Swedish diplomat Raoul Wallenberg, who helped rescue Jews from the Nazis.
In August 1943 a gas chamber was installed in this building, seen here after the liberation of the camp, in the Natzweiler-Strut
Located on Ulica Stara (Old Street), outside the Vilna ghetto, this building was used as a safe house by the ghetto resistance.
An African American soldier is among those members of the Soviet and US armed forces posing here upon the historic meeting of th
A Jewish Brigade soldier with two members of "Kibbutz Buchenwald," a group of survivors from the Buchenwald concentration camp p
The valuables displayed here were confiscated from prisoners by German guards at the Buchenwald concentration camp and later fou
American soldiers and liberated prisoners at the main entrance of the Buchenwald concentration camp.
Jews from the Lodz ghetto are loaded onto freight trains for deportation to the Chelmno killing center.
Belgian officials at the gangplank of the "St.
Class photo of students and a teacher at a Jewish school in prewar Karlsruhe.
Prisoners at Gurs detention camp.
A woman (right) imprisoned in the Gurs camp stands with two Quaker delegates who worked for the American Friends Service Committ
Quaker delegates of the American Friends Service Committee who set up a relief and rescue operation in Toulouse.
View of the Gurs camp as photographed from a water tower.
Human remains found in the Dachau concentration camp crematorium after liberation.
Refugees in the Soviet Union, following the German invasion of Soviet territory on June 22, 1941.
A column of refugees in the Soviet Union, following the German invasion of Soviet territory on June 22, 1941.
Soviet officials view stacked corpses of victims at the Klooga camp.
Jewish prisoners at forced labor in the Plaszow camp.
Jewish women prisoners in the Gurs camp.
Women prisoners standing in front of barracks at the Gurs camp.
Women prisoners in the Gurs camp.
Young children in the Gurs camp.
Spanish refugee children interned in the Gurs camp.
Vegetable gardens administered by the American Friends Service Committee as part of a Quaker relief effort for prisoners at the
Prisoners in the Gurs camp work in gardens set up by the American Friends Service Committee.
Jewish refugee boys at the Maison des Pupilles de la Nation children's home in Aspet.
Street scene following the German occupation of the city of Lvov.
Jews from Przyrow are deported to the Treblinka killing center.
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