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At "Der ewige Jude" (The Eternal Jew), a Nazi anti-Jewish propaganda exhibition, a case features "typical Jewish external featu
Antisemitic isolationist publication.
Antisemitic propaganda. United States, date uncertain.
Nazi propaganda poster warning Germans about the dangers of east European "subhumans." Germany, date uncertain.
This photo originates from a film produced by the Reich Propaganda Ministry.
This image originates from a film produced by the Reich Propaganda Ministry.
An antisemitic illustration from a Nazi film strip.
Slide taken from a Nazi propaganda filmstrip, promoting "euthanasia," prepared for the Hitler Youth.
Photograph with the caption: "...because God cannot want the sick and ailing to reproduce." This image originates from a film,
Propaganda poster advertising the antisemitic film "Der ewige Jude" (The Eternal Jew).
A Nazi recruitment poster encourages young women to join the League of German Girls (Bund Deutscher Maedel).
A Nazi recruitment poster calling on German women to join the air defense.
Danish fascists demonstrate their solidarity with the occupying Germany powers.
The Danish Freedom Council, Denmark's unofficial government-in-exile from July 1944 to May 1945, was made up of leaders of the f
Two survivors prepare food outside the barracks.
African Americans were among the liberators of the Buchenwald concentration camp.
Jewish youth attend a class on transplanting seedlings, part of a general course in farming sponsored by the American Jewish Joi
Ruined buildings in a French town destroyed by German forces during the Western Campaign.
A hospital ward in Kielce after a postwar pogrom.
A deserted street in the area of the Sighet Marmatiei ghetto.
Horia Sima, leader of the Iron Guard and deputy prime minister of the Romanian government in 1940.
Entrance gate to the Riga ghetto.
A group of Hungarian Jews rescued from deportation by Swedish diplomat Raoul Wallenberg.
Joseph Schwartz, director of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee in Europe, speaks with a Jewish child survivor dur
An agricultural training farm to prepare Jewish refugees for life in Palestine, sponsored by the Joint Distribution Committee.
A Jewish youth on a Zionist agricultural training farm, sponsored by the Joint Distribution Committee.
Boxes of matzah in a Joint Distribution Committee warehouse before distribution to Jewish survivors in displaced persons camps.
An SS officer stands in front of Jews assembled for deportation.
William Bein, director of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC) in Poland, with children at the Srodborow home
Deportation of Jews by Bulgarian occupation authorities.
Jewish residents of the Szeged ghetto assemble for deportation.
A boat used by Danish fishermen to transport Jews to safety in Sweden during the German occupation.
Deportation of the Jews of Wuerzburg.
Members of the German Jewish community meet with David Wodlinger (left) of the Joint Distribution Committee.
David Wodlinger, a Canadian Joint Distribution Committee representative, meets with members of the Central Jewish Committee of d
The American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee pharmacy in the displaced persons camp at Bergen-Belsen.
Harry Weinsaft, Joint Distribution Committee representative, gives aid packages to Jewish refugees.
Harry Weinsaft of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee gives food to a Jewish refugee.
Deportation of Jews from Bielefeld to Riga, Latvia.
Deportation of Jews to Riga, Latvia.
Deportation of German Jews from Hanau to Theresienstadt.
Deportation of German Jews from the train station in Hanau to Theresienstadt.
Jews in the German town of Kitzingen, northwest of Munich, assembled for deportation.
A Ustasa (Croatian fascist) guard stands amid corpses at the Jasenovac concentration camp, Yugoslavia, 1942.
Jews in the town of Coesfeld, in northwestern Germany, assembled for deportation to the Riga ghetto.
High-ranking Arrow Cross Party members with Nazi officers.
Victims of German SS and Hungarian Arrow Cross terror in the ghetto, found in the courtyard of the Pestor synagogue on Dohany St
At the Jozsefvarosi train station in Budapest, Raoul Wallenberg (at right, with hands clasped behind his back) rescues Hungarian
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